July 30, 2015

Meeting Materials

Thursday, July 30

Is Sharing Really Caring? The Laws of Transportation Sharing, Uber, Lyft, etc.

Moderator: Robert H. Thomas, Diamond Key Leong Kupchak Hasert, Honolulu, HI


Jacob Huebert, Liberty Justice Center, Chicago, IL
Michael Kamprath, Assistant General Counsel, Hillsborough County Aviation Authority, Tampa International Airport, Tampa, FL
Stephen R. Miller, Professor and Director, Univeristy of Idaho College of Law, Boise, ID
Jon Riches, Goldwater Institute, Phoenix, AZ


Is Sharing Really Caring? Part 2: The Laws of Sharing Residential Properties (Airbnb, etc)

Moderator: Karl Camillucci, Holland and Knight, Chicago, IL

Nicole DuPuis, Senior Associate, Infrastructure National League of Cities (NLC), Washington, DC
Jesse Hathaway, Heartland Institute, Chicago, IL
Stephen R. Miller, Associate Professor and Director, Economic Development Clinic, University of Idaho College of Law, Boise, ID
Marc Gordon, President and CEO, Illinois Hotel and Lodging Association, Chicago, IL


Friday, July 31

The 2014 Supreme Court Term in Review

Moderator: William Hurd, Troutman Sanders, Richmond, VA

Marcia Coyle, Chief Washington Correspondent, National Law Journal, Washington, DC
Dan Schweitzer, Director and Chief Counsel, National Association of Attorneys General, Washington, DC
Jeffrey B. Wall, Co-Head of Appellate Litigation Practice, Sullivan and Cromwell, Washington, DC


The New Normal in Electoral Access & Political Participation: Challenges Facing the 2016 Election Cycle

Moderator: Benjamin E. Griffith, Griffith Law Firm, Oxford, MS

Nancy Abudu, Legal Director, ACLU of Florida: Voting Rights, Citizenship and Immigration, Miami, FL
Nicole Austin-Hillery, Director & Counsel, The Brennan Center for Justice at NYU School of Law, Washington, DC
Roger Clegg, President & CEO of Center for Equal Opportunity: The Legal & Political Landscape in 2016, Falls Church, VA
C. Robert Heath, Bickerstaff Heath Delgado Acosta LLP: Applying a Biracial Jurisprudence in a Tri-ethnic World, Austin, TX
Tanya Clay House, Director of Public Policy, Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights Under the Law: Voter ID and Voter Suppression, Washington, DC
Ellen Weintraub, Commissioner, Federal Election Commission: Current Issues Before the FEC, Washington, DC