This week the Supreme Court will hear arguments on Tuesday, February 27th. The Court will continue to work on cases that already have been briefed and argued.
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There are no arguments or conferences scheduled this week. Arguments will resume on February 27.
In a wrongful death case, the Supreme Court considers (1) whether an ex spouse who was co-parenting a child with the deceased may be equitably entitled to share of the proceeds of a settlement, and (2) whether a personal representative in a wrongful death case is entitled to compensation.
Family business case presents multiple issues, including an intriguing attorney fee issue.
Should an arbitration agreement in an employment setting receive different treatment from one in a commercial setting?
Supreme Court tackles coverage and bad faith issues in a property damage case.
In another loss for consumers, the Supreme Court enforces an arbitration clause in an oil and gas lease despite other lease language explicitly referencing courts and court actions.
It seems like there's a steady stream of arbitration cases coming out of the Supreme Court. From the perspective of the average West Virginia consumer, the news is mostly bad. Arbitration clauses are inserted almost as a matter of routine...
The fall term is officially over. Keep an eye out for blogs summarizing and analyzing the latest cases.
Supreme Court applies Michigan law in a drug case, dooming multiple birth-defect claims tied to Pfizer's zoloft.