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9 Nov 2010, 12:03 pm by Gene Quinn
Yesterday the United States Supreme Court heard oral arguments in the case of Costco Wholesale Corporation v. [read post]
15 Jan 2020, 5:31 am by Liron Libman
The U.N. secretary-general relied—as the depositary of the Rome Statute and according to existing practice (Chapter V)—on determinations made by the U.N. [read post]
31 May 2012, 7:20 am by Kedar Bhatia
United States, and three times during the Affordable Care Act cases. [read post]
11 Jun 2018, 12:57 pm by Mark Walsh
United States, a case about tribal fishing rights, the judgment below is affirmed by an equally divided court. [read post]
1 Jul 2019, 4:17 am by Edith Roberts
United States, the court should have revived a doctrine that prohibits Congress from delegating its authority to other entities, observing that “[i]t’s not often one has the opportunity to undo an original sin. [read post]
24 Mar 2009, 8:43 am
  At a minimum, a 90-minute documentary, even though a bitingly critical attack on  a specific candidate, leaving little doubt of what it wanted voters to do,  may wind up with constitutional protection, it appeared after the Court had heard Citizens United v. [read post]
18 Apr 2011, 7:51 pm by Two-Seventy-One Patent Blog
"-------------------Next up was Malcolm Stewart, Deputy Solicitor General, Department of Justice, on behalf of the United States, as amicus curiae, supporting i4i. [read post]
3 Dec 2009, 10:30 am
Jakes stated that the rule was set forth in Diamond v. [read post]
11 Oct 2013, 6:43 am by Ronald Mann
  The circumstance was most apparent because the argument followed immediately upon United States v. [read post]
22 Jan 2019, 1:37 pm by Ronald Mann
Teva pointed out that Helsinn signed a contract with an American firm for distribution of the pharmaceutical nearly two years before Helsinn applied for a United States patent on the pharmaceutical. [read post]
22 Jun 2017, 10:27 am by Molly Runkle
Addressing the first accusation, Maynard argued that the Sisters’ prophesying activity was protected by the First Amendment. (11th century Scottish law here looks remarkably similar to that of the 21st century United States.) [read post]
8 Jan 2023, 6:30 am by Guest Blogger
” I have no particular brief for high Federalists from New England, but I do wonder what we might think had Garrison actually been influential and several New England states accepted his view and tried to secede, say, after the Supreme Court’s decision in Prigg v. [read post]