Ron Eibensteiner of the Center of the American Experiment interviewed Howard about his legal journey and Cardiac Arrest. The interview starts on page 34 of the Summer 2017 issue of Thinking Minnesota which you can read here.
Howard writes about society's push for all high school graduates to go to college, and the disservice this does to our students and our economy. Instead of encouraging pipe dreams, he argues, we should be encouraging pipe fitters. Read his commentary here.
Justin Dillon concludes his review of Cardiac Arrest with Part 3 -- Q&A of the legal team at King & Spalding who were "excited" to be the third law firm to take over the case. Read it at Above the Law
Justin Dillon continues with Part 2 of his review of Cardiac Arrest, this time featuring Q&A of Howard. Read it at Above the Law.
Jason Knott provided a lawyer's review of Cardiac Arrest, commenting: "Root's book is a fascinating read, not only for lawyers who defend clients in criminal investigations, but also for C-suite executives." Read the whole review here.
Justin Dillon reviews Cardiac Arrest, calling it "your book of the summer" that "will absolutely knock your socks off." Read his book review at Above the Law.
John Hinderaker at the Power Line blog calls Cardiac Arrest "a riveting story and, surprisingly often, a funny one." Read his full review at Power Line.
Cardiac Arrest: Five Heart-Stopping Years as a CEO on the Feds' Hit List was reviewed by William Perry Pendley at the Washington Examiner. His review is reflective of the shock common to many first time readers of this story. One line stands as a fair assessment of the crux of the issue on display in the book: There is one [...]
Robert Bork, Jr. puts the Yates Memo and Vascular Solutions' case in proper perspective. Read his commentary at Forbes.
Taking up the WSJ's call for inquiry were two members of the Senate Judiciary Committee — Senators Chuck Grassley of Iowa and Mike Lee of Utah. Senators Grassley and Lee sent an inquiry letter to to Deputy Attorney General Sally Quillian Yates of the Department of Justice. The Wall Street Journal followed up on the story [...]