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  • Article: Libel Lawsuit Against AILA by Kenneth Rinzler

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    Here is a copy of the lawsuit letter which was sent yesterday to Mr. George Constantine, AILA’s outside counsel, as well as to Mr. David Leopold, AILA’s General Counsel.

    Kenneth Rinzler
    Attorney at Law

    About The Author

    Kenneth Rinzler is an immigration lawyer in Washington, DC, and a frequent visitor to consular posts, having now traveled to 40 countries. A graduate of Georgetown University and Seton Hall University School of Law, he is a member of the District of Columbia, Indiana, New Jersey, and U.S. Supreme Court Bars. In addition to authoring articles for the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), he has written on immigration law for the German American Chamber of Commerce. Before specializing in immigration law, he spent nearly ten years working as a legislative assistant and counsel to a U.S. Congressman, and thus has an intimate knowledge of Federal legislative and administrative procedures.

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