Donald Verrilli, who helped save Obamacare twice, is returning to private practice.
From his mouth to God's ears.
Solicitor General Donald Verrilli has been at the forefront of many of the country's hottest legal disputes.
Something is wrong when Supreme Court Justices wrestle this way with legal concepts. The problem is clearly not they. The law, regulations, and policies are the problem, as is the inertia that keeps them that way.
Commonwealth officials are not happy about a legal brief the U.S. filed in a little-noticed Supreme Court case.
The two states can't show a "direct injury" that requires the Supreme Court to get involved in the case, the U.S. solicitor general argued.
Solicitor General Donald B. Verrilli Jr. is this week's Most Impressive Democrat of the Week award-winner, for doing a much better job arguing the case for President Obama's interpretation of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act before the Supreme Court than he did the last time around.
5. This argument makes clear how important it is to have the right Justices on the Supreme Court. It's not just for the big-forest constitutional questions but for the in-the-trees statutory questions where a lot of our law is made, and where all of us have a very important stake.
Lynch's office did indict Republican Congressman Michael Grimm in April for fraud, and has worked with Justice Department
Holder, one of Obama's closest allies, announced last month that he would step down but remain in office until a successor
(Reuters) - The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday considers whether business owners can object on religious grounds to a provision of President Barack Obama's healthcare law that requires employers to provide health insurance that covers birth control.
The court will hear two consolidated challenges brought by closely held companies and their owners. The so-called "contraception
Before the U.S. Supreme Court today, Solicitor General Donald Verrilli Jr. vigorously defended the current overall cap on political contributions as a tool that helps prevent corruption and the appearance of corruption.
"Throughout history, we have seen the unjust consequences of decisions and policies rooted in discrimination," Holder said