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GRAY: When Your Client is the President, Law360, Oct. 27, 2016

Former White House Counsel C. Boyden Gray reflects on his experience of advising a U.S. president on Law360. The complete article is available here. C. Boyden Gray There are three fundamental lessons I learned serving for 12 years in the White House — the need to recognize the paramount importance of media relations, delegation and White House legislative drafting. There…

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Wall Street Journal Recognizes BG&A Founding Partner C. Boyden Gray and Of Counsel Adam J. White For Their Role in Articulating the CFPB’s Constitutional Flaws

On the heels of an opinion by the Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit holding the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau unconstitutional, the Wall Street Journal recognized BG&A Founding Partner C. Boyden Gray and Of Counsel Adam J. White for their role in articulating the Bureau’s constitutional flaws and bringing them to public attention. From the Wall Street Journal’s October 11,…

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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 something that had been well ventilated academically and in a sense all I did was take some suggestions and ask…

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Ambassador Gray Calls for Strategic Energy Policy in Response to Russian Aggression in the Ukraine

Ambassador Boyden Gray spoke on CNBC’s Kudlow Report about the U.S. response to Russia’s aggression in the Ukraine on Friday. Gray said beefing up the NATO military presence in Eastern Europe could be helpful but would require virtually unanimous support from Europe. The tough stance German Chancellor Angela Merkel has recently taken toward Russia gives hope for strong show of…

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Stephanie Condon, Is Obama Overstepping His Bounds with Executive Actions?, CBS News, Jan. 28, 2014

C. Boyden Gray, former White House Counsel under President George H.W. Bush, is representing groups that are challenging the constitutionality of Cordray’s appointment — made the same day as the NLRB appointments. Gray himself was recess-appointed to serve as U.S. ambassador to the European Union in 2006, but in a brief filed with the Supreme Court in the NLRB case,…

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Carle Hulse, Role Reversals Emerge in Dispute Over Obama’s Recess Appointments, New York Times, Jan. 10, 2014

C. Boyden Gray, the former White House counsel and ambassador, is among the conservative lawyers urging the Supreme Court to severely constrain the Obama administration’s ability to fill executive branch vacancies during a Senate recess. Mr. Gray is exceptionally well versed in the subject, having received his own recess appointment in 2006.

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