|Joined advisory board for Chariots for Women
||A new organization planning to compete with Uber in the relevant market by using only female drivers and serving female customers, 2016.
||August 2016 - ongoing
|Retained as legal expert in proceeding involving the Constitution of the Republic of Ireland
||Expert / Consultant
||Anticipating giving testimony in Dublin in November 2016 opposing abuse by members of Ireland’s Parliament of their privileges under Ireland’s analogue of Speech & Debate Clause of U.S. Constitution. Client must remain confidential for now.
||July 2016 - ongoing
|FCC propsed rule to protect privacy of online customers
||Prepared white paper submitted May 27, 2016 to FCC making First Amendment objections to proposed rule as applied to several ISPs (Verizon, Comcast, AT&T, NCTA, CTIA, and US Telecom Ass’n); delivered speech to Media Institute in DC on July 21, 2016, elaborating the white paper’s analysis.
||April 2016 - ongoing
|American Clinical Laboratory Association (ACLA)
||FDA’s proposed regulation of LDTs as “devices” under the FDCA by way of issuing a “guidance.”
||November 2014 - ongoing
|Peabody Energy Corporation
||Submitted expert constitutional testimony supporting an ongoing challenge to EPA’s proposed Clean Power Plan pending on oversight in Congress; Writing a brief and arguing as intervenor supporting a challenge by Murray Energy Corporation in a case, In re Murray Energy Corp. v. EPA, in the D.C. Circuit on April 16, 2015; Writing a brief as amicus curiae on behalf of petitioners in Michigan v. EPA, Nos. 14-46, 14-47, and 14-49, decided by SCOTUS in June 2015 in accord with the position taken in that amicus brief. Continuing to advise Peabody.
||August 2014 - ongoing
||Member, Board of Directors
New Internet Company
||April 2014 - ongoing
|Gregory Valentini and a putative class of homeless veterans
||No. CV-11-04846 (C.D. Cal.), Valentini v. Shinseki
Right of homeless veterans to receive disability benefits
||June 2011 - ongoing
|Participated with Alliance for Justice
||Fundraising effort in Southampton, N.Y., on August 21, 2016, aimed at raising public consciousness of issues posed by stalled confirmation of Chief Judge Merrick Garland and threat to progressive constitutional values posed by possible election of Donald J. Trump as POTUS.
||August 2016 - August 2016
|Obergefell v. Hodges, decided by SCOTUS in June 2015
||pro se amicus on behalf of challengers to state laws barring same-sex marriage
||March 2015 - June 2015