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Two Opinions and Multi District Litigation

Here are some sketches from Tuesday at the Supreme Court.   The Court heard arguments in Gelboim v. Bank of America Corp., a case from the Second Circuit which turned down an appeal of a case in a Multi District

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Three Opinions Today . . .

. . . thirteen yet to come (counting the two cell-phone search cases as one). In Argentina v. NML Capital the Court sided with investors seeking to locate Argentina’s overseas assets in order to collect on bonds that went into

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Opinion on Gene Patent

Camera crews set up by the Supreme Court plaza on a steamy morning with thunderstorms, and even a possible derecho, forecast. Also in the forecast was the possibility of a major decision in one of the remaining twenty-three cases argued earlier

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California Raisins and Ex Post Facto

No opinions today on any of the big Supreme Court cases everyone has been watching and waiting for, but we did get :  Horne v. Department of Agriculture, in which California raisin growers won the right to challenge the constitutionality

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Justice Thomas Breaks His Silence …sort of

The first argument at the Supreme Court this morning, and what I expected would be the subject of this post, was a potentially historic case, Alleyne v. United States. But near the end of the second argument, as I was

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Today’s Opinion Sketches

The Supreme Court announced six opinions today.  I have sketches of four of those opinions being read by their authors :  Justice Ginsburg had the the opinions in two cases, Bullcoming v. New Mexico and CSX v. McBride. Justice Thomas,

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This Week Inside SCOTUS

No big stories at the Court this week, but I entertained myself with some quick sketches. Chemical Carole Tuesday looked promising with a made-for-TV case about infidelity, revenge and chemical weapons:  Carole Anne Bond was delighted when her best friend

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