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Former Prosecutors Charge DOJ With Withholding Evidence

Home > Litigation > By Sarah Herness on August 4, 2015 August 4, 2015 In a Supreme Court brief filed last week, 20 former Justice Department officials urged the Court to hear an appeal in a case in which they characterized the DOJ's ... Today's General Counsel, 4 hours ago

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US Supreme Court To Consider Florida Death Penalty Sentencing

The U.S. Supreme Court this fall will hear arguments in a challenge to the way Florida sentences people to death — a challenge backed by three former Florida Supreme Court justices and the American Bar Association. The case, which stems from ...
 WJCT4 days ago

Taxpayers shoulder both sides in Ariz. court fight 1 day ago

PHOENIX — Arizonans paid for a win and a loss in last week's U.S. Supreme Court decision on congressional redistricting. That's because taxpayers of the historic legal fight — at a cost of more than $1.5 million, according to records obtained ...
 USA Today3 weeks ago Supreme Court's Arizona Redistricting Ruling a Major Victory for Voters  Noodls1 month ago
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Harvard is trying to delay lawsuits accusing it of limiting Asian-American student admissions

See Also WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Harvard and the University of North Carolina (UNC) moved this week to delay lawsuits by a conservative group alleging that the schools unfairly limit the number of Asian-American students admitted. The universities ...
 Business Insider3 weeks ago U.S. universities seek to delay lawsuits over Asian-American admissions  Reuters3 weeks ago US universities seek to delay lawsuits over Asian-American admissions  GMA News.tv3 weeks ago

Are You Camp-Passionate? Jewish Summer Camps Change Lives

Jewish summer camps have created American Jews — in some ways, far more effectively than any other institution in American Jewish life. The second-best place to have spent this past Shabbat would have been Camp Kutz, in Warwick, New York, a ...
 Jewish Week3 weeks ago

Court backs Arizona panel's right to draw congressional districts

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg wrote the majority opinion, which was 5-4, with Anthony Kennedy joining the left wing of the court. "The people of Arizona turned to the initiative to curb the practice of gerrymandering and, thereby, to ensure that ...
 CNN1 month ago Supreme Court backs Arizona panel's right to draw congressional districts  WXOK-AM1 month ago Court backs Arizona panel right to draw districts  Social Dashboard1 month ago
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Justice Ginsburg Deals a Blow to Partisan Gerrymandering

In a victory for opponents of partisan gerrymandering, the Supreme Court on Monday upheld the use of an independent commission to draw Arizona's congressional districts. Writing for a narrow majority in the 5-4 ruling, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg ...
 Mother Jones1 month ago
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Chief Justice John Roberts Gives the President Another Big Win on Obamacare

The Supreme Court upheld a key portion of the Affordable Care Act Thursday, delivering a major victory for the Obama administration by preserving the president's signature health care law for the second time. In a 6-3 decision, the majority ruled ...
 Mother Jones1 month ago

High Court declines to overturn rule prohibiting royalty payments extending past the expiration of patent

[Back To Home] [Back To Archives] From Intellectual Property Law Daily , June 22, 2015 By Jody Coultas, J.D. The U.S. Supreme Court has declined to abandon the rule that patent holders cannot charge royalties once a patent has expired. In a ...
 Wolters Kluwer Law & Business1 month ago

Tribe Fights With Arizona to Save Casino

By JAMIE ROSS PHOENIX (CN) - The Tohono O'odham Nation sued Arizona on Monday, for refusing to certify tribal employees in a last-ditch effort to stop the tribe from opening a new casino. The O'odham claim Gov. Doug Ducey, Attorney General Mark ...
 Courthouse News Service1 month ago
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