2021 Litigation Year in Review: Does Suing Still Work?
December 14, 2021
2:00 PM (ET)
Suing the government became an essential tactic during the Trump administration. In 2021, lawsuits have remained a necessity as AILA lawyers have protected client rights and pushed back against a still-unfriendly immigration bureaucracy. This panel will provide an update on the critical ways in which immigration litigation has changed during the first year of the Biden Administration and will provide the practitioner with the key takeaways needed to advise clients on the correct course of action for dealing with delays and denials.
- How Has the Biden Administration Responded to Immigration Litigation Crisis?
- A Recap of Important Case Results by Agency
- Update on Ongoing Cases
- Common Government Strategies and How They Could Impact Your Client’s Case
- Federal Litigation Process Breakdown: How Quickly Can Suing Help These Days?
*H. Ronald Klasko (DL), AILA Federal Court Litigation Section Steering Committee Chair/High Impact Litigation Committee Chair/Past President, Philadelphia, PA
*Jeff Joseph, AILA Treasurer, Aurora, CO
*Bradley B. Banias, AILA High Impact Litigation Committee, Charleston, SC
*Kathleen Moccio, AILA Federal Court Litigation Section Steering Committee, Minneapolis, MN
*Jesse Bless, AILA Director of Litigation, Boston, MA
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|AILA Member/International Associates||$129|
|AILA Members’ Paralegals||$129|
|AILA Nonprofit Members||$129|
|AILA Law Student Members||$129|
|Nonmember Law Students||$199|
The 2021 Litigation Year in Review: Does Suing Still Work? web seminar takes place Thursday, December 14, 2021, at the times noted below:
- 2:00 pm–3:30 pm eastern time
- 1:00 pm–2:30 pm central time
- 12:00 pm–1:30 pm mountain time
- 11:00 am–12:30 pm pacific time
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