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President Trump's nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court got a lot of gums flapping on the internet last week.
Federal: U.S. Supreme Court opinions: Jan. 7 The United States Supreme Court has issued opinions in a death penalty case involving an inmate claiming intellectual disability and in a case on the analysis required when law enforcement officers seek qualified immunity.
The U.S. Supreme Court term that ended June 2018 included decisions on many topics important to workplace law, including class action waivers in employment arbitration agreements, public-sector “agency shop” arrangements, and the Fair Labor Standard Act’s “automobile dealer” overtime exemption.
Welcome to SCOTUSblog - see blog posts. The Constitution’s 21st Amendment gives states the power to regulate the distribution of alcohol into and within a state, while a doctrine known as the dormant commerce clause (derived from the Constitution’s commerce clause) bars states from discriminating against interstate commerce.
NBC News/Wall Street Journal Poll conducted by Hart Research Associates (D) and Public Opinion Strategies (R). April 10-14, 2016. N=1,000 registered voters nationwide. "Recently, a Supreme Court Justice passed away leaving a vacancy on the court.
The Supreme Court rules that closely held companies cannot be required to pay to cover some types of contraceptives for their employees.
North Dakota: Court adopts amendments to procedural rules The Supreme Court has adopted amendments to the Rules of Civil Procedure, Criminal Procedure, Appellate Procedure, Evidence, Court, and the Administrative Rules.
In an essay capturing progressives’ newfound skepticism, Ezra Klein of Vox wrote that the Supreme Court “has always been undemocratic” and is now becoming even “more dangerous.” This ...
Henry Schein Inc. v. Archer and White Sales Inc. The “wholly groundless” exception to the general rule that courts must enforce contracts that delegate threshold arbitrability questions to an arbitrator, not a court, is inconsistent with the Federal Arbitration Act and Supreme Court precedent.
The U.S. Supreme Court is seen as the court nears the end of its term in Washington, DC on June 11, 2018. Erin Schaff/Reuters. With Justice Anthony Kennedy's retirement, two recent cases shed ...