Supreme Court

  1. ERISA's Back Today | Sotomayor: Sorry for the Interruption | Dreeben Opts for O'Melveny | Pam Karlan's Impeachment Testimony

    Stanford's Pam Karlan is testifying this morning at the House Judiciary Committee, and the justices are returning to the second of three big ERISA disputes this term. Plus: Justice Sotomayor caught herself interrupting veteran advocate Lisa Blatt—but no worries! And: Why Michael Dreeben picked O'Meleveny. Thanks for reading!
          
  2. Lisa Blatt's 38th Argument | Female Lawyers Share Abortion-Rights Stories | Fewer 'Friends' at High Court | Headlines: Roberts & Trump

    Welcome to Supreme Court Brief. We've got a snapshot below of an environmental-law argument this morning -- Lisa Blatt's 38th at the high court. Plus: Arnold & Porter is up with the firm's latest review of the court's amicus docket, and hundreds of female lawyers sign a brief backing access to reproductive rights. Thanks for reading SCB.
          
  3. A Calm but Impressive 2018 19 Term for 'Friends of the Court'

    Amici continued to play an important institutional role at the Supreme Court, and certain types of briefs got noticed more than others, a team from Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer writes in their annual review of the amicus curiae docket.
          
  4. Sekulow Takes Trump Case to Court | The Language of Immigration | Barr Bashes 'Boumediene' | $9M+ Census Legal Fees

    Welcome to Supreme Court Brief. Jay Sekulow's counsel of record on a Trump tax case at the high court; a law prof looks at the language of immigration; and William Barr draws more criticism over a partisan speech. Thanks for reading SCB.
          
  5. Labor of Law: US Supreme Court Spurns DOJ's Position Against EEOC | Littler Opens in Singapore | MetLife, McDonald's Face New Suits | Perkins Coie New Hire

    Thanks for dropping by Labor of Law, part of Law.com's suite of practice briefings. This week we're looking at the Justice Department's switched-up position—against the EEOC—in a case at the US Supreme Court. Plus, scroll down for Who Got the Work, and notable headlines. Thanks for reading!
          

 

 

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New York State Trial Lawyer's Association

20 trial lawyers, who were concerned that New York had no forum for plaintiffs' lawyers, joined together to form a bar association.

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Nathan Sobel Inns of Court, Kings County.

Fostering Excellence in Professionalism, Ethics, Civility and Legal Skills.

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Columbian Lawyers Association of Brooklyn, Kings County

Foster, promote and preserve the values, customs, and traditions of Italian culture, heritage and history in the legal and judicial community.

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North American Brain Injury Society

NABIS is a society comprised of professional members involved in the care or issues surrounding brain injury.

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New York State Bar Association

Serving the legal profession and the community since 1876.

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Brooklyn Women's Bar Association

To Promote, Protect & Further the Rights of All Women.

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