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Edwin Emmett Huddleson, III

Edwin Emmett Huddleson, III, lawyer. Bar: California, District of Columbia, Maryland, New York, United States District Court, North Dakota, Civil Defense California, DDC, United States Court Appeals (1st. Cir to 5th, 7th to 11th. District of Columbia Circuit, Fed Circuit), United States Supreme Court.

Background

  • III, Edwin Emmett Huddleson, was born on October 20, 1945. Son of Edwin Emmet and Mary (Taeusch) H.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, Stanford University, 1967. Juris Doctor, University Chicago, 1970.

    Career

    • Law clerk to Judge Charles M. Merrill United States Court Appeals (9th circuit), 1970—1971. Attorney civil division, appellate section United States Department Justice, Washington, 1971—1977. Private practice, since 1977.

      Co-chair administrative law section District of Columbia Bar, 1997—1998, chairman Court Rules Committee, 2001—2004, administrative law section steering committee, since 2009. Member committee procedures United States Court Appeals (District of Columbia circuit), 2002—2008. Counsel, representative equipment leasing industry in drafting UCC Article 2A Leases, 1987, 90, 2003.

      Member drafting committee UCC Article 5-Letters of Credit, 1995.

    Major achievements

    • Bar: California, District of Columbia, Maryland, New York, United States District Court, North Dakota, Civil Defense California, DDC, United States Court Appeals (1st. Cir to 5th, 7th to 11th. District of Columbia Circuit, Fed Circuit), United States Supreme Court.

    Works

    • Author: Waiver of Miranda Rights, 1969, Confidentiality for Editorial Process, 1978, Treatise on Equipment Leasing, since 1989, Appellate Advocacy, 1991, Environmental Law Protections for Lenders, 1994, Leasing Is Distinctive!, 2003. Member University Chicago Law Review, 1968-1970, comment editor, 1969-1970. Originator Harold Leventhal Talks, since 1999, Administrative Law-Annual Review, since 2011.

      Contributor articles to professional journals.

    Membership

    Fellow American Bar Foundation. Member American Bar Association (chairman committee on leasing 2002-2005), American Law Institute, (District of Columbia administrative law judge, implementing homeowners energy conservation program District of Columbia), Charles Fahy Inn of Court (master 1993-2000).

    Connections

    • Married Andra Nan Oakes, July 8, 1978. Children: Michael, Jonathan.
    • father: Edwin Emmet H.
    • mother: Mary (Taeusch) H.
    • spouse: Andra Nan Oakes
    • children: Michael III
    • Jonathan III
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    Born October 20, 1945
    (age 72)