UPDATED Blog Post: Chris Gober discusses the 9th Circuit litigation over Trump’s travel ban
The following is an update to my original blog post discussing the 9th Circuit litigation over President Trump’s controversial Executive Order entitled “PROTECTING THE NATION FROM FOREIGN TERRORISTS ENTRY INTO THE UNITED STATES.” The original blog post, which was written prior to the 9th Circuit’s ruling, also appears below the update.
The Gober Group Ranked on Prestigious Inc. 5000 List for Fastest-Growing Companies in America
Inc. magazine has ranked The Gober Group #2455 (#2 law firm in the country) on its 35th annual Inc. 5000 list, the prestigious ranking of the fastest-growing private companies in the United States based on revenue growth.
New Executive Director Installed at Texas Ethics Commission: Wholesale Turnover at Agency is Halfway Through
With the Texas legislature in session, a new Executive Director (hired from outside the agency) on board, three relatively new commissioners, and five commissioners facing replacement this year, 2017 has to potential to be a transformative year for the Texas Ethics Commission.
Texas “Ethics Reform” Legislation Filed and Moving Quickly
Senate Bill 14, authored by Senator Van Taylor (R-Plano) and filed on January 25th, was considered at a public hearing a week later and unanimously voted out of the Senate State Affairs Committee on February 2nd.
Federal Election Commission Announces New Limits For 2017-18 Election Cycle
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Chris Gober discusses the 9th Circuit litigation over Trump’s travel ban
Earlier this week, I appeared on several Fox News programs to explain the current 9th Circuit litigation over President Trump’s controversial Executive Order entitled “PROTECTING THE NATION FROM FOREIGN TERRORISTS ENTRY INTO THE UNITED STATES.” You can watch my Fox and Friends First segment on February 8.
The Gober Group Wins Dismissal and Fee Award in High-Profile Defamation Suit Brought by Father of Former Irving, TX Student Known as “Clock Boy”
Pre-Semi-Annual Report Reminders (and Rule Summaries) for State/Local Candidates and Committees in Texas
As we enter 2017—and in preparation for the Semi-Annual reports due on January 17—it is worth reminding Texas candidates and committees of a couple of rules recently adopted by the Texas Ethics Commission.