Ted Boutrous

Gibson Dunn

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Partner of Gibson Dunn & Crutcher, co-chair Appellate and Constitutional Law Group and Transnational Litigation Group

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On today's  To the Point  we heard about today's arguments before the US Supreme Court, which is being asked to throw out laws against same-sex marriage in four states.

A Look Back at the Legal Battle over Prop 8

On today's To the Point we heard about today's arguments before the US Supreme Court, which is being asked to throw out laws against same-sex marriage in four states.

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It's now up to Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Rolf Treu to decide a  case brought by Students Matter , a group funded by Silicon Valley businessman David Welch.

Bad Teachers, Minority Students and the Constitution

It's now up to Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Rolf Treu to decide a case brought by Students Matter , a group funded by Silicon Valley businessman David Welch.

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