DavidRivkin`s Uploads

  • Introductory Remarks on President's Authority in Libya Recorded April 7, 2011.<br /> from a podcast by International and National Security Law Practice Group.<br /> <br /> To hear the whole hour long roundtable, go to The Federalist Society page:http://www.fed-soc.org/publications/detail/the-presidents-authority-in-libya-podcast
    DavidRivkin 00:00:00 674 1 Downloads 0 Comments
  • Mark Levin Show Conservative talk radio host, Mark Levin of the Mark Levin show focuses on Obamacare being struck down by a Florida judge and has David Rivkin - lead Counselor in Florida v. Sibelius on as a guest to speak about the ruling.<br /> <br /> For more information visit www.DavidRivkin.com
    DavidRivkin 00:00:00 1.27 K 3 Downloads 0 Comments
  • David Rivkin live with Laura Ingraham David Rivkin, lead attorney in the Florida and 26-state lawsuit against President Obama's Health Care Law, goes on live with Laura Ingraham discussing Judge Roger Vinson's ruling calling ObamaCare unconstitutional. The most important case in our history, Rivkin follows up on what's to come after the ruling including the Justices' role.
    DavidRivkin 00:00:00 1.06 K 1 Downloads 0 Comments
  • Terror Trials and Executive Power o what extent may the U.S. Congress, using its power of the purse, determine in which courts war terror detainees must be tried? Is the decision solely that of the President as a core executive power? Or does Congress have a measure of control, using its appropriations authority, to prohibit expenditure of funds for certain trials?<br /> Featuring:<br /> Mr. Andrew C. McCarthy, Senior Fellow, National Review Institute<br /> Mr. David B. Rivkin Jr., Partner, Baker & Hostetler LLP<br /> Moderator: Mr. Dean A. Reuter, Vice President & Director of Practice Groups, The Federalist Society
    DavidRivkin 00:00:00 44 0 Downloads 0 Comments
  • Terror Trials and Executive Power o what extent may the U.S. Congress, using its power of the purse, determine in which courts war terror detainees must be tried? Is the decision solely that of the President as a core executive power? Or does Congress have a measure of control, using its appropriations authority, to prohibit expenditure of funds for certain trials?<br /> Featuring:<br /> Mr. Andrew C. McCarthy, Senior Fellow, National Review Institute<br /> Mr. David B. Rivkin Jr., Partner, Baker & Hostetler LLP<br /> Moderator: Mr. Dean A. Reuter, Vice President & Director of Practice Groups, The Federalist Society
    DavidRivkin 00:00:00 34 0 Downloads 0 Comments
  • Terror Trials and Executive Power To what extent may the U.S. Congress, using its power of the purse, determine in which courts war terror detainees must be tried? Is the decision solely that of the President as a core executive power? Or does Congress have a measure of control, using its appropriations authority, to prohibit expenditure of funds for certain trials?<br /> <br /> Featuring:<br /> Mr. Andrew C. McCarthy, Senior Fellow, National Review Institute<br /> Mr. David B. Rivkin Jr., Partner, Baker & Hostetler LLP<br /> Moderator: Mr. Dean A. Reuter, Vice President & Director of Practice Groups, The Federalist Society
    DavidRivkin 00:00:00 34 0 Downloads 0 Comments
  • Terror Trials and Executive Power To what extent may the U.S. Congress, using its power of the purse, determine in which courts war terror detainees must be tried? Is the decision solely that of the President as a core executive power? Or does Congress have a measure of control, using its appropriations authority, to prohibit expenditure of funds for certain trials?<br /> <br /> Featuring:<br /> Mr. Andrew C. McCarthy, Senior Fellow, National Review Institute<br /> Mr. David B. Rivkin Jr., Partner, Baker & Hostetler LLP<br /> Moderator: Mr. Dean A. Reuter, Vice President & Director of Practice Groups, The Federalist Society
    DavidRivkin 00:00:00 394 1 Downloads 0 Comments
DavidRivkin
  • DavidRivkin
  • profile viewed 777 times
  • message share profile
Who to Follow
X