The firm offers a variety of legal services, which can be divided into four areas. On behalf of the Attorney-General, the Deputy Attorney-General in charge of the Legal Aid Service advises the President and all executive authorities. The Office prepares the legal opinions of the Attorney General and issues its own written and other advice in response to requests from the President`s Adviser, the various executive agencies and other parts of the Ministry of Justice. These requests generally involve particularly complex and important legal issues, or on which two or more organizations disagree. The Office is also responsible for reviewing and advising on the constitutionality of pending legislation. All implementing regulations and substantive proclamations to be issued by the President are reviewed as to form and legality by the Office of the Legal Counsel, as well as various other matters requiring the formal approval of the President. The Division of Law (DOL) is the principal legal counsel to the State of New Jersey government. In general, this work takes three forms: through legal advice to state departments and agencies, through state defense in civil lawsuits, and through civil lawsuits against individuals, businesses, and other entities that violate the law and harm New Jersey and its residents. With nearly 500 lawyers, the DOL`s responsibilities cover a wide range of legal matters, including banking, child protection, corrections, education, environment, finance, health, insurance, tax, and transportation. Under Florida law, email addresses are public records. If you do not want your email address to be shared in response to a request from a public record, do not send an email to this entity. Instead, contact this office by phone or in writing.
Attorney General Merrick B. Garland was sworn in as the 86th Attorney General of the United States on March 11, 2021. As the nation`s top law enforcement official, Attorney General Garland leads the 115,000 Justice Department employees who work in the United States and more than 50 countries around the world. Under his leadership, the Department of Justice is dedicated to upholding the rule of law, keeping our country safe, and protecting the civil rights of all Americans. The legal aid service is not authorized to provide legal advice to individuals. • Potential Litigation between the Department of Labor and the United States Postal Service, 35 op. cit. O.L.C.
152 (2011) • Appointment of a U.S. Trade Representative (March 13, 2017). • Committee Resolutions under 40 U.S.C. § 3307(a) and Availability of Forgone Funds (January 6, 2018) • Enforcement of the Federal Employee Conduct Related Crimes Act (August 12, 2022) Attorney General Ashley Moody activated Florida`s National Predatory Price Helpline following Ian`s emergency declaration. • Obligation to transfer funds in violation of the OMB zero-dollar levy rule, 40 op. cit. O.L.C. 90 (2016) • Constitutionality of Security of the Office of the Social Security Commissioner (July 8, 2021) • Legal Effect of the Federal Judge`s Order as Hearing Officer under the Court`s Labour Dispute Resolution Plan, 34 op. cit.
25 (2010) • Power of the Department of Health and Human Services to Pay a Private Lawyer to Represent an Employee before Congressional Committees (January 18, 2017) • Appointment of an Executive Director of National Intelligence (November 15, 2019) • Legal Restrictions on the PLO`s Washington Office (September 11, 2018) The individual opinions of 40 op. O.L.C. (2016), as soon to be published in printed form, are available on the Available Returns by Date and Title page. Volume 40 contains five statements previously published online in sheet form, as well as the following two statements that have not yet been published online: • Authority of Acting FBI Officials to Sign National Security Letters, 33 op. O.L.C. 146 (2009) • Consider whether the Wire Act applies to non-sports betting (2. November 2018) • Applicability of Section 410 of the Amtrak Reform and Accountability Act of 1997 to the Gateway Development Commission (February 13, 2020) • Reappointment of a member of the Board of Directors of the National Credit Union (December 10, 2021) • The authority of the Department of Defense to conduct background investigations of its personnel (February 7, 2018). • Power of House Committees to Investigate Impeachment (January 19, 2020) • Letter to Pat A. Cipollone, Advisor to the President, by Steven A. Engel, Assistant Attorney General, Office of the General Counsel, Re: Immunity of Former Assistant to the President and Deputy Chief of Staff for Policy Implementation before Congress (September 16, 2019) 12.
September 2022 | Consumer Protection, Consumer Department, Legal Department, Press Release, Victims of Sexual Assault • Mandatory disclosure of unresolved civil rights cases (4 February 2019) • Assistance to the lawyer in the referral procedure (I), 33 op. cit. O.L.C. 1 (2009) • Constitutional concerns of the proposed body for the Orderly Liquidation Authority (19 April 2010) In accordance with 28 CFR 35.107, persons who have filed a complaint or complaint against the The Attorney General`s Office for Denial of Access to Services to the Public, as defined in 28 CFR 35.130, may go through the Office of the Inspector General using the online contact form, by selecting Inspector General and following the contact link, or by calling the Citizen Services Office at 850-414-3990. • Power of individual members of Congress to exercise oversight over the executive branch (1 May 2017). • Seasonal religious decorations in government buildings (January 15, 2021) Individual opinions of 38 op. O.L.C. (2014) and 39 op. O.L.C. (2015), which will soon be published in print, are available on the Declarations by Date and Title page. • If section 564 of the Food, Drugs and Cosmetics Act prohibits companies from requiring the use of a vaccine subject to an Emergency Use Authorization (July 6, 2021).
• Gender segregation at youth rodeo events under Title IX (January 13, 2021) • Congressional Notice Period for Withdrawal from the Treaty Open Skies (September 22, 2020) • Applicability of the Miscellaneous Receipts Act to the award of court costs (March 6, 2018) For guidance on identifying and reporting price reductions, see Attorney General Ashley Moody`s Scams at a Glance. • Executive participation in the Cyberspace Solarium Commission (9. October 2020) Volumes 39 and 40 of op. O.L.C. – covering the years 2015 and 2016 respectively and will soon be printed and bound – are available on the Opinions by Volume page. The publication of the individual opinions of this set will follow. • Ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment (January 6, 2020) Christopher H. Schroeder was appointed Assistant Attorney General of the Office of the General Counsel by the President on October 29, 2021, after confirming this position by the Senate. Airstrikes on Syrian chemical weapons facilities in April 2018 (May 31, 2018). • Prosecutorial discretion regarding contempt of Congress summonses (June 16, 2014) • Sequestration of Public Company Accounting Oversight Board funds, 37 op.
cit. O.L.C. 63 (2013) • Exemption from SEC Fraud Surveillance Team Records from Privacy Act Reporting Requirements, 36 op. cit. O.L.C. 186 (2012) • Congressional oversight of the White House (8. January 2021) • Response of the Ministry of Defence to the Court of Appeal`s Interim Decision on the Law Requiring the Separation of Homosexual Military Personnel from the Army, 34 op. cit.
O.L.C. 100 (2010) Process Servers – Full Document Rev. 5/19/21Order Permitting Electronic Service of Process on the State of New Jersey • Application of the Hyde Amendment to Federal Student Aid Programs (January 16, 2021). • Appointment of an unpaid special counsel under 28 U.S.C. § 515, 36 op. O.L.C. 153 (2012) • Power to withdraw from the North American Free Trade Agreement (October 17, 2018) Attorney General Moody released Scams at a Glance: Keep Your Cool to help Floridians stay away from potential CVC scams. The resource is packed with information to help consumers detect and avoid scams when trying to repair, replace, or maintain air conditioners. • Power to order targeted airstrikes against the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (December 30, 2014) • Use of funds for “unforeseen needs” to cover hotel expenses related to the security of a Supreme Court candidate, 34 op. cit. O.L.C.
20 (2010) • Responsibility for Electronic Presidential Records on Presidential Executive Office Equipment After a Presidential Change (January 15, 2021) • Affirmation of Executive Privilege on Advisory Documents Regarding the Inclusion of Citizenship in the 2020 Census Questionnaire (June 11, 2019) • Request from the Ways and Means Committee for former President`s tax returns and related tax information pursuant to 26 U.S.C. § 6103(f)(1) (July 30, 2021) • Who is considered a “very old” employee within the meaning of 18 U.S.C. § 207(d)(1)(B) (January 19, 2017) • Status of certain statements following the terrorist attacks of 11. September 2001, 33 op. cit.