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Greg Beck
Washington, DC
Appellate Lawyer at Gupta Beck PLLC
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by Greg Beck As Brian Wolfman previously noted on this blog, the Supreme Court's holding in Genesis HealthCare v. Symczyk—that a defendant's settlement offer to a named plaintiff defeated certification of a collective action—was based on an highly questionable assumption:... Continue reading
Posted May 10, 2013 at CL&P Blog
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By Greg Beck As Brian Wolfman noted, the DC Circuit this morning held that the FDA's required tobacco warnings violate the First Amendment. In a 2-1 decision, the court rejected the FDA's argument that the graphic images were subject to... Continue reading
Posted Aug 24, 2012 at CL&P Blog
President Obama is right that discriminating based on joblessness makes "absolutely no sense." In fact, it's such an illogical and counterproductive thing to do that it's kind of hard to believe this could really be a widespread problem. But I guess other forms of discrimination aren't based on logic either.
Ill be out of the office until Tuesday, April 20. If you need immediate assistance, please call 202-588-1000.
Ill be out of the office until Tuesday, April 20. If you need immediate assistance, please call 202-588-1000.
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by Greg Beck The Second Circuit today affirmed a district court decision holding many of New York's 2007 lawyer advertising amendments unconstitutional under the First Amendment. Public Citizen challenged the rules on the ground that they served no legitimate consumer-protection... Continue reading
Posted Mar 12, 2010 at CL&P Blog
Jim, nobody is arguing that extortion is protected by the First Amendment. The complaint discussed in this post was filed long after Justin Leonard sold his site, and the activities alleged have nothing to do with him.