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Firm To Argue Two Cases In Supreme Court In February

The firm’s partners will argue two cases at the Supreme Court in February.  On February 21, Kevin Russell will argue on behalf of the petitioners in Freeman v. Quicken Loans, a case involving interpretation of the Real Estate Settlement Proced… Read More
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Court Grants Firm Petition in RESPA case

In October, the Supreme Court granted the firm’s petition in Freeman v. Quicken Loans, a case involving the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA).  The petition presents the question whether a settlement services provider violates RESP… Read More
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Successful Term at the Supreme Court Comes to a Close

The 2010 Term of the Supreme Court came to a close at the end of June, with the firm and the Stanford Clinic representing parties in five merits cases and winning four of them.  Sorrell v. IMS — Tom Goldstein argued successfully on behalf of… Read More
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Court Rules in Firm's Favor in First Amendment Case

On June 23, 2011, the Supreme Court ruled in favor of the firm’s client in Sorrell v. IMS Heath Inc., a First Amendment case Tom Goldstein argued in April.  The Court ruled that the sale and dissemination of data is entitled to full First Amen… Read More
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Court Calls for Government's Views on Firm Petition

On May 16, 2011, the Court requested that the United States file a brief advising the Court whether to accept the firm’s petition in Freeman v. Quicken Loans, a case involving the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act’s protection for mortgage cu… Read More
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Court Grants Certiorari In Firm Cases

April 4, 2011: Court grants Stanford clinic’s petition for certiorari in Florence v. Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Burlington, which presents the issue whether a jail may conduct suspicionless strip searches of all admittees n… Read More
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Recent Oral Argument

In April, Tom Goldstein argued in the Supreme Court on behalf of the respondents in Sorrell v. IMS Health Inc.  The case involves a First Amendment challenge to state law restricting use of prescription-history information for drug marketing. Read More
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Two Stanford Clinic Cases Argued In February and March

In February and March, the Supreme Court heard oral argument in two Stanford clinic cases: United States v. Tinklenberg and Bullcoming v. New Mexico. Read More
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GHR Argues on Behalf of Inmate In Religious Freedom Case

In November, Kevin Russell argued before the Supreme Court on behalf of the petitioner in Sossamon v. Texas, a case concerning states’ Eleventh Amendment immunity to damages claims under the Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act. Read More
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Firm Represents Parties In Seven Merits Cases in OT09

In the 2009 Term, lawyers in the firm were counsel to parties in seven merits cases.  Of particular note, in January, 2010, Amy Howe successfully argued on behalf of the petitioner in Abbott v. Abbott, a case involving the proper interpretation of t… Read More
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Areas Of Practice

Goldstein & Russell, P.C. specializes in representing clients at all stages before the U.S. Supreme Court.  Collectively, the firm’s lawyers have argued 75 cases on the merits and have filed in… Read More
While focused on representing clients in the Supreme Court, the firm also serves as counsel to clients in the federal courts of appeals.  Like its Supreme Court practice, the firm’s experience in t… Read More
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