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Matthew Kaiser Teaches Lawyers about the Ethics of Lobbying

Matt Kaiser, with a panel of other experts, led a talk on Tuesday, April 5th, to discuss and distinguish the types of professional responsibility requirements that apply to a lawyer when lobbying.  These include the...

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Bill Pittard Teaches a DC Bar CLE on “Representing Clients in Congressional Investigations”

KaiserDillon partner Bill Pittard taught other lawyers in the District of Columbia about assisting individuals and companies in responding to congressional requests, or demands, for testimony and documents. Attendees learned how to assist clients from...

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Title XI Due Process – Article From The Chronicle

More accused students are filing complaints — and winning By Sarah Brown FEBRUARY 26, 2017 Since 2011, colleges have faced greater pressure to conduct prompt, thorough investigations each time they receive a sexual-assault report. That’s because...

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Law360 and NorthJersey.com quote Bill Pittard regarding amicus brief, filed on behalf of former General Counsels of the U.S. House of Representatives in the Supreme Court of the United States

On January 11, 2017, KaiserDillon partner Bill Pittard filed an amicus brief in the Supreme Court of the United States, supporting a request by Robert Menendez, U.S. Senator from New Jersey, to have the Supreme Court...

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Partner Bill Pittard Files Supreme Court Brief on Behalf of Former General Counsels of the U.S. House of Representatives

KaiserDillon partner Bill Pittard has filed an amicus brief in the Supreme Court of the United States, supporting a request by Robert Menendez, U.S. Senator from New Jersey, to have the Supreme Court hear the case....

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Matt Kaiser Teaches a DC Bar CLE on “Ethics and Criminal Defense”

KaiserDillon partner Matt Kaiser taught other lawyers in the District of Columbia about their ethical obligations when representing people under investigation for, or accused of, criminal conduct. Attendees learned about unique issues in representing someone...

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Above The Law
Justin Dillon Poses the Question “When Should Prosecutors Act Like People?”

In this Above the Law article, KaiserDillon partner Justin Dillon poses the question “When should prosecutors act like people?” and explores the issue using a recent District of Columbia case.

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