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Chief Justice Roberts Tells Syracuse Students to Use Free Speech Wisely The biggest danger to the First Amendment comes from those who use it irresponsibly, Chief Justice John Roberts Jr., said Sept. 19. “Don’t blow it,” he admonished students at Syracuse University. Roberts also linked the health of the First Amendment to the independence of the judiciary. • Carlyle’s Catch: Firm Hires Marchick as Managing Director The Washington-based Carlyle Group has lured partner David Marchick, 41, from Covington & Burling to the firm as a managing director and global head of regulatory affairs. • Guyana Gusher: Foley Hoag Partner Wins Maritime Boundary Dispute Foley Hoag partner Paul Reichler won a maritime boundary dispute between Guyana and neighboring state Suriname over a potentially oil-rich chunk of the Atlantic Ocean. • Finnegan’s Equity Equation: Firm to Make Equity Partners More Extraordinary Earlier this month, Finnegan leaders held a firmwide associate meeting to inform the lower-class denizens that making equity partner would become less routine and more extraordinary. • No Man’s Land: Jerusalem Still Not a Part of Israel According to District Court Ruling If you were born in Jerusalem, where exactly were you born? Hint: Not Israel — or, at least, that’s the State Department’s policy when it comes to passports for the children of American citizens born there. And the policy was upheld in court last week… • Crossing the Line? Department of Defense Sued Over Mount Soledad Cross Last week, Judge John Bates ordered three California congressmen who sponsored a 2004 bill naming Mount Soledad a national memorial to turn over records to the Jewish War Veterans of the United States of America, which is suing the Department of Defense for displaying the cross.

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