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Topic - Victor K. Williams
"Judicial oversight of recess appointments is a blatant conflict of interest. The court should stay out of this political, partisan fight. Best just leave it to the elected political branches to fight out, and the ideological political interest groups to fight out," Mr. Williams said at a Cato Institute preview of the Noel Canning case last week.
Victor K. Williams, a clinical assistant law professor at Catholic University, says that if the court looks at Mr. Obama's actions, it also would have to delve into the Senate's obstruction.