Supreme Court

  1. Pratik Shah Looks Back and Ahead | Smile for the Digitized Composite | 'Auer' Is Nigh

    Akin Gump's Pratik Shah talks about hot-button cases, the growth of Justice Gorsuch and changing dynamics at the high court. Plus: the history of the Supreme Court's annual class photo, and scroll down for our SCOTUS headline roundup. Thanks for reading!
  2. Eyeing Mueller in Double-Jeopardy Challenge | Trimming Amicus Briefs | How Best to Correct a Justice?

    The justices today hear a double-jeopardy case that some observers think could affect the Robert Mueller special counsel investigation. Plus: What are advocates saying about a proposed trim to amicus briefs? And scroll down for our latest headlines. Is there a good or better way to correct a justice? We asked around. Thanks for reading Supreme Court Brief.
  3. Shanmugam Trumps Srinivasan | SG Gets Rare Deadline | Justices' Familiar Phrases

    Williams & Connolly partner Kannon Shanmugam makes a record-breaking argument Tuesday at the US Supreme Court, and did you see the rare deadline the justices gave the US solicitor general's office? Thanks for reading Supreme Court Brief.
  4. Kavanaugh Sits Out Securities Case | Ex-Gibson Associates Face Off | Trim Those Briefs? | Ted Talk: Boutrous Is Fired Up

    The Supreme Court Monday is reviewing a securities case in which Kavanaugh participated on the D.C. Circuit. Plus: two former Gibson Dunn associates are arguing against each other, and check out our latest Legal Speak podcast with Ted Boutrous. Thanks for reading!
  5. Civil Forfeiture and the Case of $42K Land Rover | Supreme Court Haiku (The Book) | Plus: Roberts Makes Many Headlines

    The justices Wednesday dig into a civil forfeiture case brought by the Institute for Justice, and there are parallels to the historic "Kelo" case the advocates oversaw years ago. Plus: Supreme Court Haiku, the popular Twitter account, is now out in book form, and scroll down for the latest Chief Justice Roberts headlines.






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