Topic: Robert Peck
General Services Administration executives were in the hot seat for a second day of Congressional hearings as they faced scrutiny over misconduct.
Critics of the huge federal bureaucracy have a history of missteps to cite, from well before the latest GSA scandal, in which Jeffrey Neeley authorized $823,000 for a conference in Las Vegas.
The regional executive for the Western Regions Conference's chair was empty for the rest of the hearing after he invoked his privilege against self-incrimination.
The case was considered one of the most important of the current term because it suggested the justices were headed into a showdown with the Supreme Court of Oregon.
03/31/2009 01:00 am
The case involves an ongoing tug of war between the high court and the highest court in Oregon.
12/04/2008 12:00 am
The U.S Supreme Court agreed Monday to hear – again – a case in which Philip Morris is disputing the size of a damage award.
06/10/2008 01:00 am