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  • There are a lot fewer federal white-collar prosecutions afoot. Source:
  • We would serve our clients better, be more efficient, win more for them, and likely enjoy ourselves more if we had systems to do what may seem like unsystematic work. Source:
  • ShareCNN legal analyst Joan Biskupic is known for getting exclusive stories – the most recent of which was her interview last month with Justice Stephen Breyer. She joins SCOTUStalk to discuss Breyer’s retirement calculations, what she’s watching in the upcoming term, and how she approaches Supreme Court analysis. Listen now on Acast. The post Joan […]
  • There is a difference between loving your job and loving your work. Source:
  • This is how social media goes pear shaped for judges. Source:
  • Full FDA approval makes the Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine the first to reach that milestone. But the regulatory decision also flagged a potential risk of heart inflammation, particularly in young males, and the agency has asked the companies to conduct additional clinical research. Source:
  • ShareThe Supreme Court added two new immigration cases to its docket for the 2021-22 term on Monday morning, granting a pair of petitions filed by the federal government. The relatively rare mid-summer additions came as part of the court’s regularly scheduled summer order list, which also included a series of routine orders that (among other […]
  • ShareEach weekday, we select a short list of news articles, commentary, and other noteworthy links related to the Supreme Court. To suggest a piece for us to consider, email us at Here’s the Monday morning read: Kavanaugh Is the Last Hope for Abortion Rights (Noah Feldman, Bloomberg Opinion) Noah Feldman Indulges in Brett Kavanaugh […]
  • ShareA group of Alabama real-estate agents and landlords returned to the Supreme Court on Friday, asking the justices to block the Biden administration’s latest ban on evictions during the COVID-19 pandemic. The request came just under two months after the justices, in a 5-4 vote, declined to lift an earlier iteration of the eviction moratorium. […]
  • <img width="150" src="×150.jpg" alt="Fallout from McGirt and testimony about future crimes” loading=”lazy” title=”Fallout from McGirt and testimony about future crimes”>McGirt and testimony about future crimes” loading=”lazy” title=”Fallout from McGirt and testimony about future crimes”>ShareThis week we highlight cert petitions that ask the Supreme Court to consider, among other things, a direct challenge to the court’s […]
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