Can a sitting president be indicted? Two eminent constitutional scholars have tried in the past few days to answer that question. One, Chapman University’s Ronald Rotunda, said “yes.” The other, Harvard’s Cass R. Sunstein, said “no.” They both make good ...Read More »
WASHINGTON — As a businessman, Donald Trump has kept the courts busy. That’s hardly likely to change when he enters the Oval Office, creating an unusual and potentially serious problem for a sitting president. Only a handful of presidents have ...Read More »
Tracy R. Armstrong, who is director of communitywide marketing for the Rochester Riverside Convention Center and Visit Rochester, has been elected president of the Rochester Rotary Club. The term expires in June 2015. Armstrong manages and directs a $1.6 million ...
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WASHINGTON — The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday limited the president’s power to fill high-level administration posts with temporary appointments, ruling in favor of Senate Republicans in their partisan clash with President Barack Obama. But the justices stopped short of ...Read More »
Although he plans to continue efforts to lobby state legislators on the critical need for authorizing 20 new Family Court judges by the end of the month, David M. Schraver’s one-year term as president of the New York State Bar ...Read More »
Fatimat O. Reid, the new president of the Rochester Black Bar Association, is excited to lead the organization this year as it celebrates its 20th anniversary. Many events are being planned, she said, including a welcoming reception in February for ...Read More »
Michael J. Ryan, the new president of the Bar Association of Erie County, plans to formalize pro bono services, particularly to veterans. Having served in the Army during the Vietnam War, Ryan is empathetic to the special needs of veterans ...Read More »