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Appellate advocate; partner at ; former DOJ Civil Appellate; alum. Disclaimers:
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Bob Loeb 10h
Replying to @RuthanneDeutsch
Nice question at the end.
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Bob Loeb 16h
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See you tonight!
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Bob Loeb 16h
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The new appellate version of farm to table.
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Shared love of is a solid start to a relationship in my book. It shows good character. Congrats!!!
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Shared love of is a solid start to a relationship in my book. It shows good character. Congrats!!!
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Matthew Collette May 21
Seems like a good time to share my list of demands when I joined DOJ in 1988: 1) My own office (granted-9 years later); 2) An underground train to take me within walking distance of work (granted); 3) a salary 1/3 of what my law school classmates were making (happily granted);
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Bob Loeb May 21
And then you need to learn the secret recipe
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Daniel W. Linna Jr. May 19
Lots to learn abt innovation from Wendy Butler Curtis, CINO at in this podcast. named Orrick most innovative North American firm three years running & Wendy 2018 most innovative NA lawyer.
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Bob Loeb May 17
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Raffi Melkonian May 14
Thank you . It’ll be a great honor working on this with you.
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Brad Heath May 14
Replying to @bradheath
President Trump's lawyers told a judge today that Congress didn't have the power to investigate him for corruption, and suggested that both the Whitewater and Watergate investigations were invalid attempts at "law enforcement."
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Tal Kopan May 13
A group of former immigration judges and appellate immigration judges call DOJ’s “myths” handout last week “political pandering.” "American courts do not issue propaganda implying that those whose cases it rules on for the most part have invalid claims,” they write.
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Athul K. Acharya May 13
Replying to @AthulKAcharya
Foreshadowing? (Spoiler: Probably not.)
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Bob Loeb May 13
California Department of Justice is seeking applicants for two Deputy Solicitor General positions.
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Bob Loeb May 13
Replying to @BobLoeb
Justice Breyer in dissent: "Today’s decision can only cause one to wonder which cases the Court will overrule next. "
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Bob Loeb May 13
From the conservative majority today in overruling Nevada v. Hall: "Stare decisis does not compel continued adherence to this erroneous precedent."
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Bob Loeb May 13
Justice Kavanaugh joins the liberals in allowing this antitrust suits against Apple (re the price of apps) to go forward.
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Saad Gul May 10
This is really in “the finest traditions of the bar.” There is that other Shakespeare line “Do as adversaries do in law, strive mightily, but eat and drink as friends” Taming of the Shrew, Act I, Sc. 2.
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Bob Loeb May 10
Replying to @nicholas_bagley
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docnad May 5
Nurit Karlin (1940-2019) The Pioneering Cartoons of
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