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The New York state prison system's policy of denying disabled inmates the use of mechanized wheelchairs does not violate prisoners' rights, a federal judge has ruled.
On Aug. 31, Venable LLP associate Elizabeth Lowe dined out with a client at the downtown Washington restaurant Fig & Olive. Her meal included croquettes with truffle oil. Two days later, she said, she fell violently ill and was hospitalized.
The U.S. Supreme Court announced Monday a series of policy changes that respond to public complaints about secret changes to the justices' decisions, hiring "line-standers" for high-profile oral arguments and "link rot" in the court's rulings.
The hour before King & Spalding associate Ethan Davis stood up to argue in the U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday was "the worst," he said.