Supreme Court

  1. What's Up With Kansas? Let's Count the Cases | Alito Asks: What's Going On Here? Let's Talk About Money | Headline Roundup: Testing Gorsuch's Textualism

    Kansas has what seems an outsized number of Supreme Court cases this term -- what's going on? Plus: Justice Alito cut to the chase in the Puerto Rico debt financing case: Is this about money? And: if you missed it, the progressive group Demand Justice is floating 32 contenders that any Democratic president should consider for the high court.
  2. Former SGs Face Off in Puerto Rico Board Case | Will the Insular Cases Follow Korematsu's Fate? | SG Francisco Wants Time in Georgia Copyright Case | Podcast: Catch Up With Nicole Saharsky

    The US Supreme Court today hears a dispute over the constitutionality of the board Congress set up to oversee the Puerto Rico financial crisis, and the case pits two veteran advocates against each other. Plus, the Trump SG, Noel Francisco, is seeking argument time in December's Georgia state code copyright case. And scroll down for a podcast link featuring Mayer Brown's Nicole Saharsky. Thanks for reading!
  3. Labor of Law: US Supreme Court Roundup | EEOC's Pay-Data Update | Partial to Polygraphs | Who Got the Work: Southwest Pilots Sue, Halliburton Settles

    Welcome to Labor of Law -- the US Supreme Court is in focus, and we've got a roundup of the latest orders. Plus: the EEOC is asking a Washington federal trial judge for permission to end advanced pay-data collection. Scroll down for our deadlines -- including a report about Donald Trump's predilection for polygraphs.
  4. Atlanta Firm Advocating for LGBT Protections | Rare Intervention Grant | Verrilli Leads for Sandy Hook Victims | Big Law Arbitration Clauses

    The US Supreme Court today is hearing a major test of the scope of LGBT protections under Title VII. Here's the role a small firm in Atlanta played. Plus: the justices, over the objections of a party, granted a rare intervention in an EEOC case. Thanks for reading!
  5. Dreeben's Quick Take on New Two-Minute Opening | Do 'All the Expenses' Include Fees? | An Argument Debut for Northwestern Clinic Leader | Paul Weiss Pokes Gibson Dunn

    Welcome to the start of the new term. We've got Michael Dreeben's quick take on the court's new guidance letting advocates speak for two minutes, generally, without interruption. Plus: Northwestern Law's Supreme Court clinic leader will make her argument debut today. Thanks for reading Supreme Court Brief!






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