Law.com: Trump Watch – The News You Missed While DC Was Impeaching

2월 07, 2020

This article reported O’Melveny associate Ephraim McDowell and partner Jonathan Hacker succeeded in reversing a decision for humanitarian aid workers convicted of leaving supplies along the border.

“U.S. District Judge Rosemary Márquez last week threw out the convictions of four members of the Unitarian Universalist Church who were found to have violated restrictions at a wildlife refuge by leaving food and water for migrants in a part of the Arizona desert where people have frequently died,” Law.com wrote. “On the legal team for the church members were O’Melveny & Myers’ Ephraim McDowell and Jonathan Hacker, as well as Arizona-based attorneys Anne Chapman with Mitchell Stein Carey Chapman; Christopher Dupont with Trautman Dupont; and Louis Fidel with Piccarreta & Davis.

Read the full article here.