Renowned ObamaCare lawyer David Rivkin joins bureau

Leading Constitutional attorney discusses issues ranging from Israel to EPA 

Published September 23, 2011

By Editor
(OfficialWire)

Former White House lawyer and leading conservative commentator, David B. Rivkin, Jr., is widely regarded as the premier legal defender of the Constitution, a man whose brilliant legal writings have impacted some of the most critical cases of the day.

Now Mr. Rivkin is lending his speaking talent and considerable legal expertise as a client of Carole Barnes & Associates (CBA) Speakers Bureau, which provides national experts in a wide variety of fields for group meetings and events.

With over 25 years of professional experience in the meetings industry, CBA represents a large selection of authors, sports stars, political figures, media headliners, industry leaders and business gurus.

Rivkin was the first public figure to challenge the constitutionality of ObamaCare, providing the blueprint for successful legal challenges. As an attorney, he led the successful multi-state challenge to the Affordable Care Act in Florida and has represented former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld.

Rivkin is highly regarded for his award-winning legal writing in major publications such as The Wall Street Journal. Most recently, he was awarded the prestigious 2011 Burton Award for Legal Achievement for his writing in The Washington Post.

An expert on international law and terrorismRivkin is a member of Washington, D.C. firm Baker Hostetler’s litigation, international and environmental groups. He held a variety of legal and policy positions throughout the administrations of Presidents Ronald Reagan and George H. W. Bush, and he has frequently testified before Congressional committees.

For more information, visit http://cbaspeakersbureau.com/business/david-rivkin.

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