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NYPD Forced To Admit Spying On Black Lives Matter Protestors

Looks like the NYPD has some explaining to do after the Supreme Court ordered the New York City Police Department to admit to spying on Black Lives Matter protestors. 326 more words

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The Importance of Being Chief Justice

I am delighted to present our first guest post, from my colleague Lawrence Friedman.

Successful lawyers excel at framing arguments. And for no lawyer in the United States is this skill more important than Chief Justice John Roberts.

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Judicial Independence

A Judge Blocked the Census From Asking About Citizenship. Here's Why It Matters

A federal judge in New York has blocked the Trump Administration from adding a question about citizenship status to the 2020 Census, marking a victory for critics who have said the question is unnecessary and is intended to decrease the number of immigrants and minorities counted in the decennial survey. 649 more words

Ninth Circuit Judges Call for En Banc Review of FTC’s Authority to Obtain Monetary Relief

Featured Expert Contributor, Antitrust & Competition Policy — Federal Trade Commission

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Regulation Of Free Enterprise

Supreme Court can’t decide whether to decide key LGBT cases

from Powerline of January 14th

by Paul Mirengoff

The Supreme Court has been presented with two sets of cases relating to issues at the core of the LGBT agenda. 843 more words

Liberals

Family's fight for liquor license leads to Supreme Court

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Doug and Mary Ketchum chose Memphis, Tennessee, as a place to live with their disabled adult daughter because it has clearer air than their former home in Utah. 918 more words

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St. Regis Mohawk v. Mylan Pharma Cert Petition

Here:

cert-petition-1.pdf

Question presented:

Whether inter partes review before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board is the type of proceeding in which tribal sovereign immunity may be asserted.

Lower court materials here

Author: Matthew L.M. Fletcher