Zack Goit

Zachary Goit is an attorney and federal contracting professional. He writes on a variety of topics based on the law, technology and policy decisions.

What You Need to Know About “National Emergencies” and the Law Behind It

On February 15, United States President, Donald Trump, declared a “National Emergency” that pertained to the Southern Border of the United States. But, from a legal perspective, what does that mean? What source of law allows for our executive branch to implement such a drastic measure? What Is the “National Emergency Act?” Under the U.S. Constitution, the Executive Branch has the enumerated power to utilize the “armed forces and constructions powers.” The...

Supreme Court Justice, RBG, Upholds Tradition of Life-long Appointments

If you don’t know the Notorious R.B.G., then you have years of catching up to do. Supreme Court Justice, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, aka the ‘Notorious R.B.G.’, was appointed by former U.S. President, Bill Clinton, and took the oath of service to the Highest Court in the Land on August 10th, 1993. She was the second female justice to be appointed to the U.S. Supreme Court (“SCOTUS”), following Justice Sandra Day O’Connor’s appointment. Having served on the SCOTUS for...

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