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Tuesday round-up

In an op-ed for The New York Times, Alan Cross weighs in on the court’s 5-4 decision last week to allow Alabama to execute a Muslim inmate who had challenged Alabama’s refusal to permit an imam to be by his side when he died, noting that “[w]hat has gone largely unnoticed, but is in fact much more disturbing, is what Alabama did while the Ray case made its way through the courts: To further protect itself from Mr. Ray’s challenge, the state indicated it would end the practice of having a chaplai...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Alabama, America, United States, Louisiana, Ray, Trump, Round-up, Larrabee, Howe, Steven Mazie, Kavanaugh, Amy Howe, Knick, Rimini Street Inc


OT2018 #18: “Rorschach Test”

We thought it’d be a quiet week, but the Supreme Court had other plans. Amy Howe joins to catch us up on the news. We also get a taste of American University law professor Robert Tsai’s new book, “Practical Equality: Forging Justice in a Divided Nation.” The post OT2018 #18: “Rorschach Test” appeared first on SCOTUSblog.
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, American University, Amy Howe, First Mondays, Robert Tsai


Monday round-up

Amy Howe covers last week’s Supreme Court news, including action “in cases asking the justices to intervene in cases involving the death penalty and abortion,” in a podcast at Howe on the Court. At First Mondays (podcast), Howe joins the hosts to expand on those topics. At The Daily Signal, Elizabeth Slattery observes that after last Thursday’s order in in June Medical Services v. Gee, in which a divided court blocked a Louisiana law that would require abortion providers to have admitting privil...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Alabama, America, Bloomberg, Federal Communications Commission, Louisiana, Economist, ABA Journal, Round-up, John Roberts, Fourth Circuit, Robert Barnes, Roberts, Howe, Adam Liptak


Friday round-up

Last night the Supreme Court, by a vote of 5-4, with Chief Justice John Roberts joining the more liberal justices, blocked a Louisiana law that would require abortion providers to have admitting privileges at nearby hospitals from going into effect pending appeal. Amy Howe has this blog’s coverage, which first appeared at Howe on the Court. For , Brent Kendall and Jess Bravin report that “[b]y staying the effect of the lower-court ruling, the justices likely committed themselves to giving a ful...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Court, Alabama, New York Times, Federal Communications Commission, Louisiana, Round-up, John Roberts, Fourth Circuit, Roberts, Howe, Adam Liptak, Jess Bravin, Brent Kendall, Michael Dorf


News Brief: Bezos Accuses 'Enquirer' Of Extortion, Supreme Court, Democrats' Agenda

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos is accusing the National Enquirer's parent company of extortion. Also, Amy Howe of SCOTUSblog discusses the Court's decision on Louisiana's abortion law.
Tags: Amazon, News, Louisiana, Jeff Bezos, National Enquirer, Amy Howe, Bezos Accuses Enquirer Of Extortion Supreme Court


Supreme Court Blocks Louisiana Abortion Law

The Supreme Court said on Thursday night that Louisiana cannot enforce a restrictive abortion law. NPR's David Greene talks with Amy Howe of SCOTUSblog about the case.
Tags: News, Supreme Court, Npr, Louisiana, David Greene, Amy Howe, Supreme Court Blocks Louisiana Abortion Law


Wednesday round-up

Yesterday the Supreme Court issued orders from last Friday’s conference. The justices agreed to review a challenge to New York City’s restrictions on the transportation of licensed handguns, in a case that may not be heard until next term. They also denied the federal government’s request to review lower-court orders banning implementation of the Trump administration’s ban on service in the military by most transgender people, but, by a 5-4 vote, they reinstated the ban while appeals are pending...
Tags: New York, Supreme Court, Law, Obama, Washington Post, Washington, New York City, Bloomberg, Cnn, Npr, Oklahoma, Usa Today, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Trump, Round-up, U S Supreme Court


Tuesday round-up

On Friday, the Supreme Court removed Department of Commerce v. U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, a dispute over discovery in a challenge to the government’s decision to add a question about citizenship to the 2020 census, from the February argument calendar. Amy Howe has this blog’s updated coverage, which first appeared at Howe on the Court. At Bloomberg, Greg Stohr reports that the court “could reschedule the showdown for later this term to consider a trial judge’s rul...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, America, Cnn, United States, Fox News, Jackson, Economist, Round-up, Gamble, Howe, Greg Stohr, Commerce Department, Steven Mazie, Pacific Legal Foundation, Department of Commerce


Friday round-up

Yesterday, the challengers in Department of Commerce v. U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, a dispute over discovery in a challenge to the government’s decision to add a question about citizenship to the 2020 census, asked the justices to dismiss the case, arguing that a district court decision earlier this week that barred the government from adding the question has rendered the Supreme Court case moot. Amy Howe has this blog’s coverage, which first appeared at Howe on th...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, East Coast, Round-up, Reuters, U S Supreme Court, Lawrence Hurley, Howe, Adam Feldman, Department of Commerce, Andrew Chung, Heritage Foundation, Amy Howe, Ross Guberman, National Law Journal, Tony Mauro


Thursday round-up

For this blog, in a post that first appeared at Howe on the Court, Amy Howe analyzes yesterday’s oral argument in Tennessee Wine & Spirits Retailers Association v. Blair, a challenge to Tennessee’s durational residency requirements for liquor licensing. For The Washington Post, Robert Barnes reports that “Supreme Court justices indicated … that they thought Tennessee’s tough residency requirements for those who want to run liquor stores have more to do with protecting in-state economic interests...
Tags: New York, Supreme Court, Law, Congress, Court, Bloomberg, United States, Tennessee, Medicare, Jackson, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, The Washington Post, Trump, Round-up, Reuters, U S Supreme Court


Wednesday round-up

This morning the Supreme Court wraps up its January session with oral arguments in two cases. First on the agenda is a reargument in Knick v. Township of Scott, Pennsylvania, which asks whether the court should reconsider a precedent that requires property owners to exhaust state remedies before bringing federal takings claims under the Constitution. Miriam Seifter had this blog’s preview. Isaac Syed and Yuexin Angela Zhu preview the case for Cornell Law School’s Legal Information Institute. The...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Kentucky, Court, United States, Tennessee, Faa, Round-up, TVA, U S Supreme Court, John Roberts, Mark Joseph Stern, Blair, Howe, Ian Millhiser, Samuel Alito


Tuesday round-up

This morning the justices will hear oral argument in two cases. The first is Home Depot U.S.A. Inc. v. Jackson, which involves the ability of a third-party class-action defendant to remove a counterclaim from state court to federal court. Ronald Mann previewed the case for this blog. Basem Besada and Isaac Idicula have a preview for Cornell Law School’s Legal Information Institute, and Subscript Law provides a graphic explainer. [Disclosure: Goldstein & Russell, P.C., whose attorneys contribute ...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, California, Washington Post, Tennessee, Jackson, Securities And Exchange Commission, Round-up, Whitaker, Robert Barnes, Blair, Michaels, Howe, Carpenter, Department of Health and Human Services, Henry Schein Inc


Monday round-up

This morning the justices begin the second week of the January sitting with two oral arguments. First up is Thacker v. Tennessee Valley Authority, in which the court will decide whether an implied discretionary function exception bars a negligence claim against the TVA. Gregory Sisk previewed the case for this blog. Ushin Hong and Russell Mendelson have a preview at Cornell Law School’s Legal Information Institute. This morning’s second argument is in Rimini Street Inc. v. Oracle USA Inc., which...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Congress, White House, Court, United States, Wyoming, New York Times, Fox News, Npr, Oklahoma, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Cornell, Hyatt, Round-up, Reuters


Wednesday round-up

The justices wrap up the first week of the January session today with one oral argument, in Franchise Tax Board of California v. Hyatt, in which the court will consider whether to overrule a precedent that allows a state to be sued in the courts of another state without its consent. Richard Re previewed the case for this blog. Clotilde Le Roy and Jarrett Field have a preview at Cornell Law School’s Legal Information Institute. In his first Supreme Court opinion, Justice Brett Kavanaugh wrote for...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Washington Post, Washington, Court, America, Bloomberg, Cnn, New York Times, New Orleans, Fox News, Republican, Economist, Hyatt, Trump, Round-up


Tuesday round-up

Today the Supreme Court will hear oral argument in two cases. The first is Herrera v. Wyoming, which asks whether the Crow Tribe retains treaty rights to hunt on land in Wyoming’s Bighorn National Forest. Gregory Ablavsky previewed the case for this blog. Cecilia Bruni and Trevor O’Bryan have a preview at Cornell Law School’s Legal Information Institute. At Bloomberg Law, Jordan Rubin reports that this is “the third high court clash this term asking the justices to parse an old treaty’s modern e...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Ap, United States, Wyoming, Missouri, House Of Representatives, Davis, Sudan, Usa Today, Donald Trump, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Doj, The Washington Post, Cornell, Trump


Ginsburg Will Miss Oral Arguments For First Time Ever Monday

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg will not be present on the bench for oral arguments on Monday, The Washington Post reported.  The Supreme Court blog’s Twitter feed confirmed the news and said Ginsburg would be working from home and could still participate in Monday’s cases. She is working from home & can still participate in today's cases based on the transcripts and briefs. #SCOTUS is hearing oral argument today in FDA preemption & debt collection cases. https://t.co/8oLLlAN8m...
Tags: News, Supreme Court, Washington Post, Fda, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Robert Barnes, Ginsburg, Amy Howe, Livewire, Nicole Lafond


Monday round-up

This morning the Supreme Court kicks off the January argument session with oral arguments in two cases. The first is Merck Sharp & Dohme v. Albrecht, which raises questions about whether a state-law failure-to-warn claim is pre-empted by federal law regulating the safety and efficacy of prescription drugs. Elizabeth McCuskey previewed the case for this blog. Garion Liberti and Tayler Woelcke have a preview for Cornell Law School’s Legal Information Institute. The second case today is Obduskey v....
Tags: Texas, Maryland, Supreme Court, Law, Washington Post, Washington, Massachusetts, Bloomberg, Gop, Wyoming, North Carolina, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Justice Department, Cornell, Trump, Round-up


Non Sequiturs: 01.06.19

* It's baaack: partisan gerrymandering returns to the Supreme Court -- and in the view of veteran SCOTUS watcher Amy Howe, it's unlikely that the justices will duck the merits this time around. [SCOTUSblog] * Article III standing and the Stored Communications Act: Orin Kerr argues that it should be viewed through the lens of property rather than privacy. [Volokh Conspiracy / Reason] * Carrie Severino calls out Senate Democrats for their persistent -- and in her view, unjustified -- questioning...
Tags: Supreme Court, Privacy, Law, Scotus, Senate, Religion, Gerrymandering, Federal Judges, Sentencing, Standing, John Roberts, Amy Howe, Orin Kerr, Non-Sequiturs, Election Law, Judicial Nominations


Wednesday round-up

On Monday evening, Chief Justice John Roberts released his year-end report on the federal judiciary. Amy Howe writes for this blog that the report “focus[ed] on the judiciary’s response to allegations of sexual misconduct in the workplace.” At Law.com, Tony Mauro notes that “[i]t was the second annual report in which Roberts discussed the need for the judiciary to take steps to end sexual harassment in the workplace and to make it easier for court employees to report improper conduct without run...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Fox News, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Economist, American Legion, Trump, Round-up, U S Supreme Court, John Roberts, Hill, Roberts, Jess Bravin, Lydia Wheeler, Steven Mazie, Amy Howe


Supreme Court Gets Involved In Mysterious Case Involving Mueller Probe

Noel King talks to Amy Howe, a Supreme Court reporter, about an unnamed company which asked the high court to pause a subpoena it got related to the Russia probe.
Tags: News, Supreme Court, Russia, Amy Howe, Noel King


Monday round-up

Amy Howe reports for this blog, in a post that first appeared at Howe on the Court, that on Saturday “the Supreme Court was asked to step into a clash over a grand jury subpoena that is widely believed to be related to Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into interference in the 2016 election,” when, “[i]n a filing made under seal, an unnamed corporation … apparently asked the justices to block the subpoena after the lower courts refused to do so”; on Sunday Chief Justice John Roberts...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Court, Bloomberg, Cnn, United States, New York Times, Fox News, Npr, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Trump, Round-up, John Roberts, Larrabee, The Supreme Court, Roberts


Monday round-up

At Bloomberg, Greg Stohr reports that “[t]he Trump administration is aggressively trying to take advantage of the U.S. Supreme Court’s new conservative majority, digging deep into the court’s rulebook to seek quick action on divisive issues.” Ariane de Vogue reports at CNN that “[t]he court, with its strong 5-4 conservative majority, is facing requests from an aggressive Trump administration to weigh in early on many of its most controversial policies in areas including immigration, LBGT rights,...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Virginia, Bloomberg, Cnn, Donald Trump, Abc News, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Trump, Round-up, U S Supreme Court, Howe, Greg Stohr, Wilkie, Amy Howe, Kisor


Friday round-up

Amy Howe reports for this blog, in a post that first appeared at Howe on the Court, that the federal government yesterday asked the Supreme Court to allow it to enforce the Trump administration’s ban on service in the military by transgender people while its appeals of adverse decisions in three cases play out in the lower courts. At CNN, Ariane de Vogue and Devan Cole report that “[t]he administration already has a pending request for the Supreme Court to bypass the lower courts and take up a c...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Court, America, Bloomberg, Department Of Justice, Wall Street Journal, Economist, Trump, Round-up, Thomas, John Roberts, Josh Blackman, Howe, Steven Mazie, Clarence Thomas


Wednesday round-up

Amy Howe reports for this blog, in a post that first appeared at Howe on the Court, that the Trump administration yesterday asked the Supreme Court to put a hold on a lower-court ruling that bars enforcement of a new policy prohibiting immigrants who enter the country illegally across the U.S.-Mexico border from requesting asylum. Additional coverage comes from Robert Barnes for The Washington Post, Andrew Chung at Reuters, Bob Egelko at the San Francisco Chronicle, Michael Burke at The Hill, Gr...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Washington Post, Mexico, Court, San Francisco, Fox News, Donald Trump, Medicaid, Justice Department, Robbins, Trump, Round-up, Reuters, U S Supreme Court, Robert Barnes


Tuesday round-up

Yesterday the Supreme Court issued additional orders from its conference last Friday, adding one case to its merits docket. Amy Howe covers the order list for this blog, in a post that first appeared at Howe on the Court. At Education Week’s School Law Blog, Mark Walsh reports that the court agreed to review Kisor v. Wilkie, which raises “an important question about when courts should defer to a federal agency’s interpretation of its own ambiguous regulations.” Additional coverage comes from Ton...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Congress, Bloomberg, Ap, United States, New York Times, Kansas, Louisiana, Usa Today, The Washington Post, Chevron, Medicaid, Courthouse News Service, Round-up, Mark Sherman


Monday round-up

Briefly: For The New York Times, Adam Liptak takes a look at the history behind “an awkward and illuminating tradition at the Supreme Court: the group photographs prepared when a new justice joins the court.” As Amy Howe reports for this blog, in a post that first appeared at Howe on the Court, on Friday the justices issued orders from their private conference; they added one case to their merits docket: maritime-law dispute The Dutra Group v. Batterton. At CNN, Joan Biskupic reports that Justi...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Court, Tennessee, New York Times, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Round-up, Blair, Howe, Adam Liptak, Stephen Breyer, Joan Biskupic, Amy Howe, National Law Journal, Tony Mauro, Dutra Group


Friday round-up

Amy Howe analyzes yesterday’s argument in Gamble v. United States, which asks whether the Supreme Court should overrule the “separate sovereigns” exception to the double jeopardy clause that allows a defendant to be prosecuted for the same crime in both federal and state court, for this blog, in a post that was first published at Howe on the Court. At Fox News, Bill Mears reports that “[t]he justices raised tough questions Thursday about being tried twice for the same crime in different jurisdic...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Washington, Court, Atlantic, United States, New York Times, Fox News, Usa Today, Donald Trump, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Wall Street Journal, Kennedy, Trump, Round-up, Hatch


Thursday round-up

This morning the Supreme Court rounds out its December sitting with an oral argument in Gamble v. United States, which asks whether the Supreme Court should overrule the “separate sovereigns” exception to the double jeopardy clause that allows a defendant to be prosecuted for the same crime in both federal and state court. Amy Howe had this blog’s preview, which was first published at Howe on the Court. Garion Liberti and Tayler Woelcke preview the case at Cornell Law School’s Legal Information ...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, America, Bloomberg, United States, Npr, Economist, Trump, Robert, Round-up, Gamble, Howe, Nina Totenberg, Steven Mazie, Amy Howe, Paul Manafort


Tuesday round-up

There are two oral arguments on the Supreme Court’s agenda today. The first is in Biestek v. Berryhill, in which the justices will consider social-security-benefits claimants’ ability to scrutinize the data on which benefits denials are based. David Super had this blog’s preview. Tyler Schmitt and Grace Brosofsky preview the case for Cornell Law School’s Legal Information Institute. This morning’s second case is Helsinn Healthcare v. Teva Pharmaceuticals, which asks whether the “on sale” bar to ...
Tags: Apple, Supreme Court, Law, Washington Post, Court, Alabama, West Virginia, Bloomberg, Indiana, Ap, Pepper, United States, North Dakota, SEC, Donald Trump, Wall Street Journal


Monday round-up

The second week of the Supreme Court’s December session begins with two oral arguments. First up is Dawson v. Steager, which asks whether federal law or the doctrine of intergovernmental tax immunity prevents West Virginia from differential taxation of retirement benefits of certain former state and federal employees. Daniel Hemel had this blog’s preview. Lauren Devendorf and Luis Lozada preview the case for Cornell Law School’s Legal Information Institute. Subscript Law has a graphic explainer....
Tags: Apple, Florida, Supreme Court, Law, West Virginia, Bloomberg, Indiana, United States, Cornell, Securities And Exchange Commission, Round-up, Justin Pidot, John Roberts, Gamble, Florida Supreme Court, Howe