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AOC says she is 'inclined to say yes' as to whether Justice Breyer should retire

Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is "inclined to say yes" as to whether Justice Stephen Breyer should retire from the Supreme Court in the coming weeks so President Joe Biden can nominate a liberal jurist to replace him.
Tags: Supreme Court, Joe Biden, Cnn, Aoc, Stephen Breyer, Breyer, Democratic Rep Alexandria Ocasio Cortez

Australia: What happens when co-owners dispute over property? The capabilities of section 66G of the Conveyancing Act 1919 (NSW) - Coleman Greig Lawyers

The Supreme Court can appoint a trustee to sell the property on behalf of the co-owners, with or without their consent.
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Music Publishers Sue Roblox In Full Frontal Assault On The DMCA (techdirt)

A huge and potentially important copyright lawsuit was filed this week by basically all of the big music publishers against the immensely popular kids' gaming platform Roblox. Although the publishers trade association, the NMPA, put out a press release claiming the lawsuit, it doesn't appear that NMPA is actually a party. The lawsuit is, in many ways, yet another full frontal assault on the DMCA's safe harbors by the legacy music industry. There's a lot in this lawsuit and no single article is g...
Tags: News, Supreme Court, Eu, Dmca, Copyright Office, Mike Masnick, CDA, NMPA, Grokster, Roblox, Roblox Studio, Music Publishers Sue Roblox, Jon Vlassopulos Roblox

Loving Day: A look at interracial marriage 54 years after Supreme Court decision

Loving Day is celebrated on June 12, the anniversary of Loving v. Virginia, a historic court decision that overturned bans on interracial marriages.       [Author: USA TODAY]
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The 4 Trump Organization figures who could guide prosecutors through the company's byzantine finances

Donald Trump at Trump Tower in New York City. Daniel J. Barry/WireImage/Getty Images Manhattan prosecutors appear keenly interested in the process for evaluating Trump Organization properties. An employee among the most knowledgeable about the company's finances was reportedly brought before a special grand jury. Here's a look at who can potentially guide prosecutors through the company's complex finances. Sign up for the 10 Things in Politics daily newsletter. As the Manhattan...
Tags: Politics, News, Supreme Court, New York City, Trends, Manhattan, Jurassic Park, Donald Trump, Abc News, Grant, Trump, Trump Tower, Bender, FTI, Donald Trump Jr, Evan Vucci

Copa America can go ahead in Brazil, court rules

The Copa America, which is set to start on Sunday, can go ahead in Brazil, the country's Supreme Court decides.
Tags: News, Supreme Court, Brazil, Copa América

United States: Before The Supreme Court Of The United States - Wilson Elser Moskowitz Edelman & Dicker LLP

Shareholder class action litigation involving securities fraud most frequently is alleged as violations of the 1934 Securities Exchange Act (the '34 Act).
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United States: Supreme Court Rules Against Temporary Protected Status Recipients Trying To Adjust To Permanent Residence - Mayer Brown

On June 7, 2021, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that a recipient of Temporary Protected Status (TSP) who entered the United States unlawfully is not eligible under the law to ...
Tags: News, Supreme Court, United States, U S Supreme Court, Mayer Brown

United States: Supreme Court Decision Impacts How FTC May Pursue Privacy Cases - Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton

The Supreme Court recently dealt a potential blow to the FTC's enforcement tool chest. In particular, the decision impacts its ability to seek monetary relief under a theory...
Tags: News, Supreme Court, United States, Ftc, Hampton, Mullin Richter

Paltry GOP Support For Jackson Previews Party’s Refusal To Support Biden SCOTUS Noms

Only three Republican senators voted to invoke cloture on the nomination of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to fill Attorney General Merrick Garland’s seat on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit, a procedural step that puts her on the road to a likely confirmation.  [Author: Kate Riga]
Tags: News, Supreme Court, Biden, D C Circuit, U S Court of Appeals, Merrick Garland, Ketanji Brown Jackson, Senate confirmation, Kate Riga, Jackson Previews Party

This Is America: Why love isn't colorblind

Loving Day celebrates the Supreme Court case that struck down interracial marriage bans. But interracial marriage isn't about being blind to race, it's about facing it every day, without blinking.       [Author: USA TODAY]
Tags: Usa, News, Supreme Court, America, Usa Today

India: Detangling The Muddled Status Of Cryptocurrency In India - King, Stubb & Kasiva

The VC debate sparked off when a case was filed before the Supreme Court seeking to regularise the use of VCs in the country.
Tags: News, Supreme Court, India, Kasiva, India King Stubb

India: Approval Of Resolution Plan Does Not Discharge Personal Guarantor Of Liabilities Under The Contract Of Guarantee - Trilegal

The Supreme Court has held that release or discharge of a principal borrower from the debt owed by it to its creditor by an involuntary process, i.e. by operation of law...
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United States: Barron v. Helbiz Inc.: A Rare Mixture Of An ICO, Morrison, And State Law Claims - Morrison & Foerster LLP

Pending before the Second Circuit is a unique (and apparently sua sponte) application of the jurisdictional test announced by the Supreme Court in Morrison v. Nat'l Australia Bank Ltd., to dismiss non-securities state law claims ...
Tags: News, Supreme Court, United States, Morrison, Barron, Second Circuit, Foerster LLP, Helbiz Inc, Nat l Australia Bank Ltd

Nearly one-in-three Republicans say it's likely that Trump will be 'reinstated' as president this year, a new poll shows

Former President Donald Trump. Joe Raedle/Getty Images 29% of Republicans say Trump will be reinstated in 2021. 17% of GOP voters say it's "very likely." To be clear: there is no way Trump will be restored as president this year. See more stories on Insider's business page. Almost one-in-three Republican voters say it's at least somewhat likely former President Donald Trump will be "reinstated" in 2021, according to a new Morning Consult poll, though there's no feasible wa...
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India: Supreme Court: Powers Under Section 482 Code Of Criminal Procedure Cannot Be Exercised To Defeat The Statutory Mandate Of The Insolvency And Bankruptcy Code - Phoenix Legal

In its recent decision of Sandeep Khaitan, Resolution Professional for National Plywood Industries Ltd. v. JVSM Plywood Industries Ltd., the Supreme Court ruled that the inherent...
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United States: Supreme Court's Decision In Ford Motor Co. Makes It Easier For States To Exercise Personal Jurisdiction Over Big Companies - Mintzer Sarowitz Zeris Ledva & Meyers, LLP

The Supreme Court heard two cases involving Ford Motor Company during its October 2020 term and issued a ruling on these cases on March 25, 2021.
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United States: Federal Law Won't Protect Your Organization From Bad User Access Control Practices - McGuireWoods LLP

Yesterday, the Supreme Court resolved a circuit split on the scope of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act of 1986 (CFAA) in a decision that emphasizes the importance of how organizations manage access to their systems.
Tags: News, Supreme Court, United States, McGuireWoods LLP, CFAA

Canada: Peace, Order, Good Government And…climate Change: The Supreme Court Articulates The Constitutional Doctrine Of The National Concern - Langlois lawyers, LLP

In 2018, in accordance with its international commitments, including the Paris Agreement, Parliament passed the Greenhouse Gas Pollution Pricing Act.
Tags: News, Supreme Court, Canada, Langlois, LLP, Paris Agreement Parliament

Senators ask Marshals Service for information on past Supreme Court justice travel

Supreme Court justices have to disclose some travel, but groups seeking more transparency say there are large loopholes in the law.       [Author: USA TODAY]
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United States: How Employers Should Respond To SCOTUS' "Exceeds Access" Computer Fraud Decision - Kane Russell Coleman Logan

Much has been written recently about the "new look" Supreme Court. On the heels of four 9-0 decisions favoring different sides of partisan divide, today we got Van Buren, a 6-3 decision ...
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United States: Supreme Court Resolves Circuit Split On Access Under Computer Fraud And Abuse Act - Seyfarth Shaw LLP

In a long-awaited decision, the Supreme Court resolved a circuit split about whether an individual with access to a computer system violates the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act ("CFAA")
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A special grand jury is secretly hearing from witnesses in the Manhattan DA's Trump investigation. Here's how it'll decide whether to bring criminal charges.

Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus R. Vance Jr. in 2020. Jeenah Moon/Getty Images The Manhattan DA's office convened a "special grand jury" in its Trump investigation last month. Jurors will decide whether to criminally charge Trump, the Trump Organization, or its executives. Here's a breakdown of how a special grand jury works, as well as what evidence and witnesses will likely come before jurors as they meet in secret. See more stories on Insider's business page. In a courtroo...
Tags: Politics, New York, Crime, News, Supreme Court, New York City, Trends, Analysis, United States, New Jersey, Manhattan, Cy Vance, Donald Trump, Abc News, The Washington Post, Trump

Biden administration will continue to fight Puerto Rican man at Supreme Court over disability payments

Biden said his administration would continue to pursue a Puerto Rican man the government says wrongly received $28,081 in disability payments.       [Author: USA TODAY]
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Supreme Court won't hear challenge to male-only draft

• Justices rule against immigrants in temporary status seeking green cards
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Supreme Court: Immigrant who entered country illegally can't get a green card because of TPS program

Some 400,000 people, most from El Salvador, live in the U.S. with Temporary Protected Status.       [Author: USA TODAY]
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Supreme Court Unanimously Rules Against Immigrants With Temporary Status

The court ruled that thousands of people living in the U.S. for humanitarian reasons can't become permanent residents.
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Supreme Court rules against immigrants in temporary status seeking green cards

The Supreme Court held on Monday that the government can block non-citizens, who are in the US under a program that temporarily protects them from deportation in certain situations, from applying for a green card if they entered the country unlawfully.
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Supreme Court won't hear challenge to male-only military draft

The Supreme Court on Monday declined to hear a constitutional challenge to the male-only registration requirement for the draft filed by a group called the National Coalition for Men.
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The Supreme Court said it won't hear a case challenging why only men have to register for the draft in the US

U.S. Army soldiers from Stryker Brigade Combat Team stand after a live fire drill during joint exercises with South Korea, dubbed Key Resolve and Foal Eagle, at Seungjin Fire Training Field in Pocheon, South Korea, Monday, March 7, 2011. South Korean and U.S. troops kicked off their annual drills on Feb. 28, while North Korea slammed the maneuvers as a rehearsal for invasion that could trigger a nuclear war on the divided peninsula. Ahn Young-joon/AP The Supreme Court on Monday said it wou...
Tags: South Korea, Politics, News, Supreme Court, Congress, North Korea, Court, US, Trends, Military, Sonia Sotomayor, The Supreme Court, U S Army, Sotomayor, Stephen Breyer, Chris Geidner

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