Category: Cases

Unaccompanied Child Lawsuit Gets Federal Hearing, And It’s A Mess

Politico’s David Rogers has one of the better reports on that federal court hearing in Seattle over the issue of providing legal counsel to the unaccompanied children migrating to the U.S. from nations other than Mexico, and it… Read More

AGs Sue Firms Over Fake Lawsuits

Attorneys general from Connecticut and Florida are suing five law firms in Federal Court on claims that the lawyers took millions of dollars in fees for “mass-joinder” lawsuits that they did little or nothing to advance, according to… Read More

Finally: Capacity Cited In Immigration Courts Crisis

For the “about time” file, discussion of the ongoing crisis of unaccompanied Central American children seeking refuge in the U.S. is moving beyond theories and finger-pointing to address the capacity issue. And that issue is that there’s not… Read More