Clark Hill Attorney Thomas K. Ragland quoted in Bloomberg Law Magazine Article, “Immigration Lawyers to Trump: See You in Court”
Washington, DC – Thomas K. Ragland, a Member in Clark Hill’s Immigration Business Unit was recently published in Bloomberg Law Magazine. The article, “Immigration Lawyers to Trump: See You in Court” discusses the Trump Administration’s restrictionist business immigration policies and the imminent rise in litigation due to the upheaval and opposition to the policies.
“I’ve been preaching the gospel” of litigation, Ragland said. “Employers should consider litigation in cases where they think the agency got it wrong.”
Thomas has practiced immigration law for over 20 years. Thomas is located in the Washington, DC office and focuses his practice on litigation before the federal courts and immigration courts, and representation of clients before the Department of Homeland Security and U.S. consulates abroad. He is a seasoned litigator known for handling complex matters for both individual and corporate clients.
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