FrontPage Interview’s guest today is David Yerushalmi, a litigator specializing in securities law, public policy relating to national security, and public interest law. He serves as general counsel to several policy think tanks, including the Center for Security Policy in Washington, D.C., headed up by former Reagan administration official Frank Gaffney, and the Institute for Advanced Strategic & Political Studies in Potomac, Maryland. Mr. Yerushalmi is the author of an upcoming Utah Law Review article examining in-depth the civil liability and criminal exposure for U.S. financial institutions engaged in Sharia-compliant finance. He is licensed and practices in Washington D.C., New York, California, and Arizona. Visit his policy website, the Society of Americans for National Existence (SANE).
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