U.S. Supreme Court: Landmark Decisions of the 2007-08 Term
The U.S. Supreme Court debated high-profile cases on gun control, Guantanamo Bay detentions, employment discrimination, the death penalty and other subjects of national controversy during its 2007-2008 term.
On June 27, Brookings Fellow Benjamin Wittes moderated a Judicial Issues Forum that included a panel of distinguished legal experts to assess the key rulings and developments of the term. Panelists included Stuart Taylor, Brookings nonresident senior fellow and National Journal columnist; Miguel Estrada of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP; and Randolph Moss of WilmerHale.
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[The high-profile announcement of U.S. charges against Huawei] may end up raising the asking price of what the Chinese believe they need to secure from negotiations [with the United States over trade] in order to demonstrate to a domestic audience that they achieved an equitable and fair deal.