Supreme Court

  1. New Briefing Ordered: Age-Bias Arguments Raised Questions | Louisiana Can't Supplement Record in Abortion Case | Argument Today: International Arbitration | Clement Vouches for Facial Recognition App

    The justices want the SG's office and private counsel to respond to some issues that came up at last week's age-bias arguments involving federal workers. Plus: Louisiana loses its bid to supplement the record in the abortion-clinic case, and Paul Clement of Kirkland & Ellis lent his authority to back a controversial facial-recognition app that law enforcement agencies crave and privacy advocates fear.
  2. Tougher Standard for Age Discrimination? | A Wish List for Overruling Precedents | Supreme Court Headlines

    Welcome to Supreme Court Brief. We're looking at today's argument in an age-discrimination dispute, and several pending petitions ask the justices to overrule precedent. Thanks for reading!
  3. A Bridge Too Far for Prosecutors? | Excessive Fines and Corporations | A Trump Painting, and a Roberts Recusal | Paul Weiss Fights California Arbitration Ruling

    Welcome to Supreme Court Brief. The justices this morning take up the Bridgegate case, and scroll down for more action: including this week's cert denials, and a rare Roberts recusal. Thanks for reading, and stay in touch.
  4. Today's ERISA Case: 'An Abstract (Yet Costly) Dispute' | Former Clerks Prepare for January Argument Cycle | Reflections on Stevens

    Thanks for reading Supreme Court Brief. Scroll down to see some of the lawyers set to argue in the coming weeks at the high court. Plus: the justices returned Monday to ERISA, for the third time this term. Harvard Law Review's posted recollections of the late Justice John Paul Stevens.
  5. A Rare Amicus Brief in Church-State Case | Feuding Over the Record in Abortion Case | Gender Diversity Dwindles at SG's Office | Cooley Hires Prelogar

    Welcome to Supreme Court Brief. We're looking at an amicus brief in the term's major religion case from someone who has some very personal experience in the area. Plus, scroll down to see who the U.S. solicitor's office recently hired. Thanks for reading!






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