Tejas Narechania quoted by San Francisco Chronicle, Jan. 16, 2018
The states filed a brief protective petition … said Tejas N. Narechania. … “This is just to make sure that the suing states don’t miss their opportunity to challenge the rules, and to make sure that they have some say over where the case will be heard. It looks like the court of appeals that hears this case will be determined by lottery.”
Tejas Narechania quoted by San Francisco Chronicle, Jan. 3, 2018
“There’s an argument to be made that the FCC doesn’t have the preemption authority it claims, especially because the FCC now has to clear a pretty high bar,” Narechania said in an email.
Tejas Narechania quoted by ABC10, June 8, 2017
“Companies might, instead of selling things outright, they’ll only license them to you, or they’ll make you sign contracts with the purchases that limit what you can do in the resale market,” he said.
Tejas Narechania interviewed by KQED, Jan. 26, 2017
“He’s probably unlikely to support the net neutrality rules or support efforts to enforce the rules. … “He dissented from the decision to promulgate the rules.”
Tejas Narechania quoted by Bloomberg BNA, Jan. 6, 2017
Former Seventh Circuit and Supreme Court clerk Tejas N. Narechania … explained that the process for releasing opinions in the Seventh Circuit is a multi-step one. “After oral argument, the panel holds a conference and reaches a tentative decision, and the presiding judge—or the senior judge in the majority—assigns the opinion.”