Columbus Event on HHS Mandate Litigation

Next Thursday, February 27, I’ll be in Columbus to discuss the HHS mandate litigation at an event organized by the Columbus lawyers chapter of the Federalist Society. I’ll be discussing the religious-liberty challenges brought by for-profit entities and their owners, and Matthew A. Kairis of Jones Day, who represents various religious non-profits (including the University of Notre Dame), will be discussing their challenges. I will then invite Matthew to join me in a private meeting of the Richard Posner Fan Club

The event takes place at noon at the Athletic Club of Columbus and includes lunch. (Price is $20 for members of the public, $15 for chapter members, and $5 for students.) To RSVP, or to obtain further information, write to

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