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9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals

Sep. 15, 2017

9th Circuit Bounds?

Ryan Bounds’ colleague and chair of the 9th Circuit Appellate Lawyer Representatives, James Azadian, discusses the nominee’s credentials, qualities, and impending confirmation gauntlet; plus, Peter Henning (Wayne State Law) discusses how insider trading prosecutions just became appreciably easier, and Eric Segall (Georgia State Law) offers a temperate take on the exchange between Dianne Feinstein and Seventh Circuit nominee Amy Coney Barrett


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As Oregon Assistant U.S. Attorney Ryan Bounds hopefully awaits confirmation hearings to fill Diarmuid O'Scannlain's former 9th Circuit post, his colleague on the court's lawyer representative panel, James Azadian (Enterprise Counsel Group) joins our show to chat about Ryan Bounds' experience, credentials, and the confirmation battle he'll meet.
Also, Peter Henning, from Wayne State Law will visit to chat a recent 2nd Circuit ruling that he says is a boon to prosecutors and appreciably widens the scope of criminal liability for insider trading cases.
And Eric Segall, of Georgia State University College of Law will discuss the exchange between Senator Dianne Feinstein and Professor Amy Coney Barrett that's drawn intense criticism.

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Brian Cardile

Daily Journal Staff Writer
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