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Debating the Constitutionality of the Federal Health Care Legislation 11-18-10

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Uploaded on Nov 19, 2010

The Federalist Society's Litigation Practice Group hosted this panel discussion on "Debating the Constitutionality of the Federal Health Care Legislation" at the 2010 National Lawyers Convention on Thursday, November 18, 2010. Panelists included Prof. Randy E. Barnett of the Georgetown University Law Center; Ohio Attorney General Richard Cordray; Prof. Charles Fried of Harvard University Law School; Mr. David B. Rivkin, Jr., of Baker & Hostetler LLP; and Hon. David R. Stras of the Minnesota Supreme Court as the moderator.


THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18

Litigation: Debating the Constitutionality of the Federal Health Care Legislation

--Prof. Randy E. Barnett, Carmack Waterhouse Professor of Legal Theory, Georgetown University Law Center
--Hon. Richard Cordray, Ohio Attorney General
--Prof. Charles Fried, Beneficial Professor of Law, Harvard University Law School and former Justice, Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts
--Mr. David B. Rivkin, Jr., Partner, Baker & Hostetler LLP
--Moderator: Hon. David R. Stras, Minnesota Supreme Court

The Mayflower Hotel
Washington, DC

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