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Supreme Court Issues Stay in Yeshiva University Case Supported by Boyden Gray & Associates Amicus Brief

On September 9, 2022, Justice Sonya Sotomayor issued a stay of a New York state trial court’s ruling against Yeshiva University that would have required the school violate its religious convictions by “immediately” granting official approval to a student club called “YU Pride Alliance.” Boyden Gray & Associates submitted an amicus brief in support of Yeshiva University’s application for the…

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BERRY: Nasdaq’s board-diversity rule pits corporate elites against the Constitution

Boyden Gray & Associates partner Jonathan Berry published an editorial in the New York Post on September 11, 2022, arguing that Nasdaq’s board-diversity rule is unconstitutional and driven by elitism. He writes,  Today a new elite club that wants to set itself apart from the rest of America: progressive activists and their friends in the business world. They are highly…

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BG&A Presents Argument on SEC Endorsement of Nasdaq Board Diversity Quotas

On August 29, 2022, Boyden Gray & Associates partner Jonathan Berry argued On August 29, 2022, Boyden Gray & Associates partner Jonathan Berry argued before the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit in Alliance for Fair Board Recruitment v. SEC. The case involves a challenge to the SEC’s endorsement of a new rule requiring almost every Nasdaq-listed…

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Amicus Briefs by Boyden Gray & Associates in Two Recent Supreme Court Decisions

Amicus briefs filed by Boyden Gray & Associates tracked the reasoning in two recent Supreme Court decisions: West Virginia v. EPA and Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization. In West Virginia v. EPA, the Court considered the legality of the Clean Power Plan—an Obama era regulation that pointed to EPA’s authority under the Clean Air Act to impose emission limits on…

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Doctors Sue FDA Over Unlawful Attempts to Prohibit Ivermectin Use

Today, a group of doctors represented by Boyden Gray & Associates PLLC filed a lawsuit against the Department of Health and Human Services, Xavier Becerra in his official capacity as Secretary of Health and Human Services, the Food and Drug Administration, and Robert M. Califf in his official capacity as Commissioner of Food and Drugs, over the FDA’s unlawful attempts…

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American Conservative quotes Jonathan Berry on ESG in State Pension Funds, Apr. 15, 2022

Kevin Stocklin at the American Conservative writes on the use of so-called “ESG” in state pension funds. He explains, State pension fund managers who have declared that they will include environmental and social justice goals in their investment decisions collectively control more than $3 trillion in retirement assets and include the five largest public pension plans in the U.S. Among them are…

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BERRY: OSHA, Title VII, and Limits on Vaccine Mandates

Boyden Gray & Associates (BG&A) partner Jonathan Berry was recently interviewed on the National Catholic Bioethics Center’s (NCBC) podcast, Bioethics on Air, to discuss the Biden Administration’s vaccine mandates. In a two-part interview, Berry explained to NCBC ethicist Jozef Zalot the government’s authority to impose vaccine mandates generally, BG&A’s specific challenge to the OSHA ETS vaccine mandate, and the Title…

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BERRY: New ERISA Proposal Pushes ESG Over Workers’ Retirement Security, Dec. 13, 2021.

Boyden Gray & Associates partner Jonathan Berry, formerly head of rulemaking at the United States Department of Labor, filed a letter commenting on the DOL’s proposed Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) regulation on December 13, 2021. In the letter, Berry decries the rule’s privileging of so-called “Environmental, Social, Governance (ESG)” factors as unlawful and undermining the retirement security of…

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GRAY & BERRY: For True Equality, Reject Misguided Notions of ‘Equity’, Newsweek, May 4, 2021

C. Boyden Gray and Jonathan Berry published an editorial in Newsweek on May 4, 2021 arguing that to establish true equality we must reject notions of “equity”. They write, The idea that equal outcomes—or “equity”—should be achieved at the expense of equal opportunity has come to be the dominant view of the American intelligentsia, especially with regard to race. Vice…

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