The California Appellate Law Group’s Ben Feuer and Anna-Rose Mathieson have been in the news extensively this February with commentary about 9th Circuit issues in the ongoing legal fight over President Trump’s immigration order, as well as other appellate and constitutional law matters driving the national dialogue.
KGO Radio featured Ben in an hour-long, in-studio program in San Francisco that discussed all angles of the immigration order, including the possibility that the President may simply rewrite the order. (Pat Thurston Show, Feb. 9, 2017.) The Mercury News asked Ben to outline the various paths forward in the case after the Ninth Circuit ruled against the government. (Court Rules Against Trump: What Happens Next, Feb. 9, 2017.) The Easy Bay Times made Ben its featured commentator on the immigration ruling. (An Expert’s Guide to the Court Ruling on the Trump Travel Ban, Feb. 10, 2017).
Voice of America also featured Ben in a piece discussing the nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch to fill Justice Antonin Scalia’s seat on the U.S. Supreme Court. (VOA International Edition, Feb. 1, 2017.)
Anna-Rose provided expert commentary for a Reuters article discussing the Washington State Attorney General’s promises to uncover “what truly motivated” the immigration order. (Courts likely to probe Trump’s intent in issuing travel ban, Feb. 13, 2017.) She also appeared on WHDT-TV News in Boston and Chicago to discuss the Ninth Circuit’s ruling, and gave extensive on-air commentary to Voice on America about it. (VOA International Edition, Feb. 9, 2017.)
Ben and Anna-Rose appeared in other news media, including:
- Ben and Anna-Rose both discussed why the Ninth Circuit should not be split in The Recorder. (Why the Ninth Circuit Shouldn’t Be Split, Feb. 9, 2017.)
- The Mercury News asked for Ben’s thoughts on the immigration order oral argument just after it took place. (Trump immigration order faces tough questions from appellate judges, Feb. 7, 2017.)
- The East Bay Times asked for for Ben’s thoughts on the immigration order oral argument shortly before it took place. (Oral arguments set for Tuesday in Trump immigration case, Feb. 6, 2017.)