Jonathan Adler discusses whether Obama’s appointments will be overturned

Obama’s recess appointments might not hold up in court

The Hill: Some legal experts think it is likely that the courts could overturn President Obama’s recent recess appointments if the Senate’s break was not technically a “recess” because of the pro forma sessions held. School of Law professor Jonathan Adler said it’s “kind of a hard argument” that pro forma sessions count to fulfill the constitutional requirement “for passing genuine legislation, but don’t count for recesses.”