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per changes to rules will mean shorter merits briefs and more disclosures meant to reduce missed conflicts wh
#SCOTUSlinkoftheday : Per@KimberlyRobinsn , changes to#SCOTUS rules will mean shorter merits briefs and more disclosures meant "to reduce 'missed' conflicts, where the justices recognize late in proceedings that there are grounds for recusal." recusalshttps://t.co/lJDtXtRl7V
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reports chief justice john roberts has denied request to release same day audio of oral argument next week in
#SCOTUSlinkoftheday :@Arianedevogue reports Chief Justice John Roberts has denied request to release same-day audio of oral argument next week in case concerning Trump administration’s decision to add citizenship question to 2020 censushttps://t.co/sBQGMo1RSe
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predicts after argument monday over ability of securities investors to sue for faulty disclosures about tende
#SCOTUSlinkoftheday :@AlisonFrankel predicts after#SCOTUS argument Monday over ability of securities investors to sue for faulty disclosures about tender offers that conservative majority will conclude that shareholders don’t have private right of actionhttps://t.co/nbMHnQp1E7
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in second case today considers when clock starts running on time to file claim alleging fabrication of evidenc
In second case today, #SCOTUS considers when clock starts running on time to file claim alleging fabrication of evidence by government in criminal proceeding; Howard Wasserman previews McDonough v. Smith https://t.co/QJL0BLc1EN
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in first case today considers whether sentencing provision identical to a statutory definition of crime of vio
In first case today, #SCOTUS considers whether sentencing provision identical to a statutory definition of “crime of violence” invalidated last term in Sessions v. Dimaya is also unconstitutionally vague; @LeahLitman previews U.S. v. Davis https://t.co/v8p8wLEP5M
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amp michelle simon explain that kaestner trust up for argument today at is the most important due process cas
#SCOTUSlinkoftheday :@ProfBCrawford & Michelle Simon explain that Kaestner Trust, up for argument today at#SCOTUS , is the "most important due process case involving trusts that the Court has decided in over sixty years”https://t.co/agfCoeFXOS
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in second case today considers whether beneficiarys residence is sufficient for state to assert tax jurisdicti
In second case today, #SCOTUS considers whether beneficiary’s residence is sufficient for state to assert tax jurisdiction over trust income; Erin Scharff previews N.C. Dept. of Revenue v. Kaestner Family Trust https://t.co/30hWGNPFDj
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in first case today considers whether california wage and hour law pertains to workers on offshore drilling pl
In first case today, #SCOTUS considers whether California wage-and-hour law pertains to workers on offshore drilling platforms under federal Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act; @Amsprof previews Parker Drilling v. Newton https://t.co/E4ncj4LpQ5
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charts convoluted decision making process behind secretary of commerce wilbur ross decision to add question a
#SCOTUSlinkoftheday :@richardjwolf charts “convoluted decision-making process” behind Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross’ decision to add question about citizenship to 2020 census, which sparked challenge#SCOTUS will consider next week at oral argumenthttps://t.co/uHr6S2FP0s
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in second case today considers whether securities investors can sue company for failing to provide adequate in
In second case today, #SCOTUS considers whether securities investors can sue company for failing to provide adequate information to evaluate price in tender offer for stock; Ronald Mann previews Emulex Corp. v. Varjabedian https://t.co/YYa02JDN9B
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doma is unconstitutional
DOMA is unconstitutional
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there is no tradition of leaving a supreme court seat vacant because of an impending presidential election
There is no tradition of leaving a Supreme Court seat vacant because of an impending presidential election https://t.co/Qj57VS8Om0
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there is a right to marriage equality
There is a right to marriage equality!
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panel of 10th circuit judges dismisses judicial misconduct complaints against justice brett kavanaugh ruling t
Panel of 10th Circuit judges dismisses judicial misconduct complaints against Justice Brett Kavanaugh, ruling that as a Supreme Court justice he is no longer covered by the law prescribing rules of conduct for federal judges: https://t.co/AZIHfH5dhg
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breaking scotus holds govt cant require closely held corps w religious owners to provide contraception coverag
Breaking: SCOTUS holds govt can’t require closely held corps w/ religious owners to provide contraception coverage
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scotus invalidates texas abortion restrictions
SCOTUS invalidates Texas abortion restrictions.
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scotus lifts injunction against travel ban except with respect to individuals with bona dude relationship to t
SCOTUS lifts injunction against travel ban, except with respect to individuals with bona dude relationship to the US
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breaking scotus 5 4 grants temporary injunction of louisiana abortion statute while the case is litigated robe
Breaking: SCOTUS 5-4 grants temporary injunction of Louisiana abortion statute while the case is litigated. Roberts joins the more liberal justices. Kavanaugh writes a dissent, for himself.
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the story that justice kennedy negotiated for months and retired only when he had an agreement that the presid
The story that Justice Kennedy negotiated for months and retired only when he had an agreement that the President would nominate Kavanaugh as his replacement is almost certainly false.
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justice kennedy was the obstacle to moving further to the right on issues like abortion and affirmative action
Justice Kennedy was the obstacle to moving further to the right on issues like abortion and affirmative action. But just as important, the fact that his vote wasn’t certain dissuaded conservative interest groups and justices from taking up a host of big issues. That all changes.
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