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BG&A Wins Settlement in Judicial Pay Case

BG&A successfully represented active and senior judges of the United States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces in litigation against the Federal Government for lost compensation and annuity payments arising from cost-of-living adjustments that were ...

BG&A Files Federalism Brief in Supreme Court Healthcare Case

BG&A filed an amicus brief in the Supreme Court in King v. Burwell, on behalf of the Galen Institute, a non-profit health and tax policy research organization, as well as several state legislators. As with the briefs previously filed on behalf of the Galen ...

Adam White Previews Upcoming Supreme Court Term

On September 23, Boyden Gray & Associates counsel Adam White analyzed the upcoming Supreme Court term at a National Press Club event sponsored by the Federalist Society. The panel discussion -- moderated by New York Times Supreme Court correspondent Adam ...

Gray Discusses Origin and Benefits of Cap & Trade

Former White House Counsel C. Boyden Gray gave an interview yesterday on NPR on environmental regulation through government-created markets for emissions trading. Well, it's not a new idea, it's been kicking around economic circles for decades probably. So it was ...

Adam White Speaks on Congress and the Administrative State

On April 2, the Heritage Foundation hosted an event to mark the release of Red Tape Rising: Five Years of Regulatory Expansion. BG&A counsel Adam White spoke on the subject Congress's role in both facilitating and overseeing the administrative state. An audio ...

CMS Pulls Unlawful Medicare Part D Rule

In response to a tidal wave of public opposition, HHS's Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services informed Congress on Monday that the agency is shelving its proposal to participate in Medicare Part D prescription drug price negotiations. As Boyden Gray ...

BG&A Wins Settlement in Judicial Pay Case

BG&A successfully represented active and senior judges of the United States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces in litigation against the Federal Government for lost compensation and annuity payments arising from cost-of-living adjustments that were ...

BG&A Files Federalism Brief in Supreme Court Healthcare Case

BG&A filed an amicus brief in the Supreme Court in King v. Burwell, on behalf of the Galen Institute, a non-profit health and tax policy research organization, as well as several state legislators. As with the briefs previously filed on behalf of the Galen ...

Adam White Previews Upcoming Supreme Court Term

On September 23, Boyden Gray & Associates counsel Adam White analyzed the upcoming Supreme Court term at a National Press Club event sponsored by the Federalist Society. The panel discussion -- moderated by New York Times Supreme Court correspondent Adam ...

Gray Discusses Origin and Benefits of Cap & Trade

Former White House Counsel C. Boyden Gray gave an interview yesterday on NPR on environmental regulation through government-created markets for emissions trading. Well, it's not a new idea, it's been kicking around economic circles for decades probably. So it was ...

Adam White Speaks on Congress and the Administrative State

On April 2, the Heritage Foundation hosted an event to mark the release of Red Tape Rising: Five Years of Regulatory Expansion. BG&A counsel Adam White spoke on the subject Congress's role in both facilitating and overseeing the administrative state. An audio ...

CMS Pulls Unlawful Medicare Part D Rule

In response to a tidal wave of public opposition, HHS's Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services informed Congress on Monday that the agency is shelving its proposal to participate in Medicare Part D prescription drug price negotiations. As Boyden Gray ...