Federal Court Litigation Section Call (May 2016) - Recording (.MP3)
The AILA Federal Court Litigation Section (FCLS) hosted a quarterly conference call on Thursday, May 5th at 3pm eastern. Federal court litigators discussed hot topics in federal court litigation and provided updates from various courts before fielding questions from participants. Developed for AILA litigation section members, the call was open to all AILA members. Those members who have not joined the FCLS are encouraged to do so by completing a short application.
Topics include:General Section Updates: Maria Baldini-Potermin
AILA Amicus Committee Update (Starts at 2:05): Mark Barr
AIC Legal Action Center Update (Starts at 18:15): Melissa Crow
Litigation of Benefits Petitions in Federal Court
- Nuts and Bolts Issues: Standing, Exhaustion, and Bars: Bangura v. Hansen, 434 F.3d 487 (6th Cir. 2006) (Starts at 27:15): Michael Piston
- I-130 Cases: Simko v. Board of Immigration Appeals, Dkt No. 3:2015cv00036 (D. Conn. 2015) (Starts at 37:45): Justin Conlon
- I-140 Cases: Mantena v. Johnson, -- F.3d – Dkt. No. 14-2476 (2nd Cir. 2015) (Starts at 41:50): Joseph C. Hohenstein
- Devil’s Advocate: Understanding DHS Thought Process (Starts at 48:00): Bradley Banias
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