Law360 included comments from Shareholder Irina Plumlee in an article discussing the impact of the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling to Trump v. Hawaii on U.S. business.

Plumlee told the publication that advising against travel, even in the case of green card holders, “isn’t going too far at all.” She also noted that foreign nationals often do not realize that consular officers charged with determining whether they can enter the country have “minimal training, but a lot of discretionary authority,” meaning they may be inclined to deny entry to any individual who carries a passport of one of the banned countries, irrespective of the individual’s U.S. immigration status.

You can access the full article from the Munsch Hardt website here.