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  • Rob DeSantis Wants To Get Back At Disney: But he’s taking it out on municipal bond holders. Reading The Supreme Court Tea Leaves: Reproductive freedom is definitely boned. Hey! The Price Of Something Actually Went Down! Law school tuition went down in 2021. The Biglaw Firm Taking The (Legal) Fight To Russia: It’s Quinn Emanuel. […]
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  • This is a partial win for ROSS. The post In Westlaw-ROSS Litigation, Judge Allows ROSS’s Antitrust Case To Move Forward, But Tosses ‘Sham Litigation’ Claim appeared first on Above the Law. Source:
  • With today’s opinions, it’s highly unlikely Roberts assigned Dobbs to himself. The post Chief Justice Roberts Not Writing Abortion Opinion In Case You Still Had Any Delusions About How Bad This Will Be appeared first on Above the Law. Source:
  • I guess Mickey went to Yale. The post Harvard Law’s Ron DeSantis Flunks Disney’s Contract Issue Spotter appeared first on Above the Law. Source:
  • ShareThe Supreme Court on Thursday ruled 6-3 against a plaintiff seeking emotional distress damages for alleged violations of certain federal anti-discrimination laws. Jane Cummings, who is deaf and legally blind, sued Premier Rehab (a Texas rehabilitation facility that receives federal funding) for discriminating based on disability in violation of the Rehabilitation Act and the Affordable […]
  • 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 Thursday morning read: Justice Stephen Breyer’s last weeks of oral arguments bring ‘radioactive muskrats and John the Tiger Man’ (Joan Biskupic, […]
  • ShareAt the last Supreme Court oral argument of Justice Stephen Breyer’s career, the court stepped into a dispute over the state of Oklahoma’s criminal jurisdiction authority in Indian country. After nearly two hours of debate on Wednesday, four justices appeared strongly inclined to vote against Oklahoma, but the rest of the court did not seem […]
  • ShareOn Thursday, April 28, we will be live blogging as the court releases one or more opinions from the current term. Click here for a list of FAQs about opinion announcements. The post Announcement of opinions for Thursday, April 28 appeared first on SCOTUSblog. Source:
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