Publications

Meeting the U.S. immigration needs of clients worldwide

In preparing trial memoranda, waiver applications, and post-trial motions and appellate briefs, Singer Immigration Law strives to bring the same rigor and thoughtfulness that appear in many published law review, legal magazine, and trade journal articles authored by Mr. Singer.  Some of them are listed here.

 

The Rule 2-341 Certificate: Way More than a Formality, Maryland Bar Journal, May 2013.  

Warning: This Article May Better Inform Your About Strickland’s Prejudice Prong in Post-Conviction Relief Cases After Padilla v. Kentucky, 18 Bender’s Immigration Bulletin 89 (Jan. 15, 2013)

Guess Who’s Coming to the Deposition, Maryland Bar Journal (Nov. 2012) 

The Muddle of Determining Moral Turpitude after Silva-Trevino, 17 Bender’s Immigration Bulletin 271 (Mar. 1, 2012)

Unconscionably Disparate” Indefinite Alimony Awards: Challenge the Standard of Review!, MSBA Family Law Newsletter (Oct. 2011) 

Vacating Affidavit Judgments under Rule 3-306(d): The Notice is Wrong, Maryland Bar Journal (September/October 2011)

Practice Pointer: Don’t Forget Matter of Cavazos and Matter of Ibrahim, AILA-DC Newsletter  (Sept. 2011)

Iranian Dress Designer Denied Asylum: Hard Lessons on Motions to Reopen, Maryland Bar Bulletin (Feb. 2011) 

Till Asylum Do We Part, Maryland State Bar Bulletin (Aug. 15, 2010) 

Expenditures on the Paramour: Maryland’s Wooly Doctrine of Dissipation, MSBA Family Law Newsletter (Dec. 2006) 

Product Promotions May Nullify Product Warnings, Sporting Goods Business (Feb. 12, 2004)  

Maryland Consumers Can’t Sue Against Junk Fax – Yet, Maryland State Bar Association Bulletin (Aug. 15, 2003)  

Does Materiality Still Matter? Literally False Advertising under the Lanham Act, For the Defense (June 2003). 

Re-reading Smiley v. Citibank: What Constitutes “Official Agency Position”? Administrative Law and Regulatory News (Nov. 2001) 

The Consumer Product Safety Act and Common Law Product Liability, For the Defense (Feb. 2000) 

Inadmissibility and Unlawful Reentry After Deportation – Still Confused After All These Years, 29 Sw. U. L. Rev. (2000) 

Setting Limits on Spousal Privileges in Maryland’s Federal Courts: The Virtues and Vices of Bright Line Rules, 30 U. Balt. L.F. 65 (1999) 

Covert Action and the Law: Have the Waters Settled? 7 Suffolk Trannat’l L.J. 350 (1994) 

Terrorist Attacks on Nationals: The Lawful Use of Force Against Terrorist Bases on Foreign Soil, 1 Terrorism and Pol. Violence. 435 (1989)  

Terrorism, Extradition, and FSIA Relief: The Letelier Case, 19 Vand. J. Transnat’l L. 57 (1986)

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