Larry Joseph has appeared in most major media outlets, from National Public Radio to Fox News, as well as local news and the legal media. Mr. Joseph speaks frequently with the press on his firm's regulatory and litigation work, including federal preemption and administrative law generally and a wide variety of substantive topics ranging from vehicular emissions standards to sex discrimination in intercollegiate and interscholastic athletics.
Prof. Randy Barnett, Erik Jaffee, and Larry Joseph file amicus brief for two U.S. Senators on the Origination Clause's application to the Affordable Care Act
Washington Post online
Prof. Randy Barnett blogged about a brief filed by himself, Erik Jaffee, and Larry Joseph on behalf of U.S. Senators Cornyn and Cruz of Texas on the application of the Origination Clause to the Affordable Care Act (i.e., ObamaCare).
Larry Joseph appeared on Constitutionally Speaking to discuss the Origination Clause's application to the Affordable Care Act
Radio host David Shestokas interviews Mr. Joseph on the legal challenges to the Affordable Care Act (i.e., ObamaCare) under the Origination Clause.
Petitions We're Watching/Petition of the Day: American Road & Transportaton Builders Ass'n v. EPA
Scotusblog.com has listed ARTBA v. EPA as a petition for a writ of certiorari to the U.S. Supreme Court that that blog is tracking. Mr. Joseph represents the petitioner, who is challenging EPA's criteria for finding preemption of vehicular standards and also the availability of renewed judicial review of prior Clean Air Act rules based on after-arising grounds. The filings to date are available here on the Scotusblog site and here.
Petitions We're Watching/Petition of the Day: Martin v. Blessing
Scotusblog.com has listed Martin v. Blessing as a petition for a writ of certiorari to the U.S. Supreme Court that that blog is tracking. Mr. Joseph represents the petitioner, who is challenging a class action settlement and class-certification order. The filings to date are available here on the Scotusblog site and here.
Immigration—Preemption; City Housing Ordinance Adopted to Address Influx of Latino Immigrants Isn't Preempted (subscription only; reprinted with permission)
U.S. Law Week (82 U.S.L.W. 56)
Editor Bernard Pazanowski quotes Mr. Joseph on the impact of the Keller v. City of Fremont litigation in the Eighth Circuit.
Title IX law scrutinized as universities cut teams: Federal law aims to guarantee equal opportunity for men and women
Reporter Jean Marbella quotes Mr. Joseph on Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 in connection with planned cuts in men's sports at Towson State University and the University of Delaware.
Martin Petitions Supreme Court to Challenge Sirius XM Radio Class-Action Settlement
Martin v. Blessing (August 2, 2013)
Working pro bono with the Center for Class Action Fairness, the firm petitioned the U.S. Supreme Court to review a proposed class-action settlement to pay $13 million to class counsel and $0 to the class.
ARTBA Petitions Supreme Court to Expand Judicial Review under Clean Air Act
American Road & Transportation Builders Ass'n v. Envtl. Protection Agency (July 29, 2013)
The firm petitioned the U.S. Supreme Court to review EPA's policies on federal preemption of state and local vehicular emission-control measures.