Former Solicitor General Paul Clement has not had much time to reflect on the fateful day two months ago when he rocked the legal world by resigning from King & Spalding and jumping to the far smaller Bancroft PLLC.

On that same day, April 25, the judge presiding over the National Football League labor dispute entered an injunction against the league’s player lockout. “That really triggered the appellate phase of that case, which is what I was hired to handle,” Clement said.

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