Archive for the ‘Uncategorized’ Category

September 24, 2018

The ADA and Cyberpsace

I recently drafted an article for the Washington Legal Foundation on the topic of how the Americans with Disabilities Act READ FULL POST » »

November 22, 2016

Income Inequality and the Trump Moment

See my recent post in The Hill: Reducing immigration and changing trade deals will support worker income and reduce READ FULL POST » »

October 16, 2015

Did Bankruptcy Reform Work? A view from 10 years out

September 28, 2015

Do Companies “Shop” for Friendly Courts When Filing Bankruptcy?

See my post in the Congress Blog for The Hill newspaper:

March 27, 2015

Student Loans and Bankrupty: A Better Way

If you are interested in the topic of student loan debt, please see my recent blog in the American Banker. READ FULL POST » »

February 18, 2015

See my piece on the Attorney General nominee

Members of the Senate Judiciary Committee push back against aggressive enforcement under Operation Chokepoint.  Follow the link below

February 8, 2015

Turn About Fair Play for Trial Lawyers

The Congress Blog of the Hill Newspaper recently ran my opinion piece on whether trial lawyers – long opponents of READ FULL POST » »

JDM Public Strategies in the News

Recently, the well-respected publication The Hill mentioned JDM Public Strategies and how our firm might fare in the new Republican READ FULL POST » »

February 1, 2015

Stealth Bankruptcy Tax

With little or no attention, the federal judiciary has imposed a financial transaction tax on the sale of certain financial READ FULL POST » »

Free Markets and Bankruptcy

Below is a link to my recent entry in The Congress Blog of the The Hill Newspaper.  I hope in READ FULL POST » »