There are no regularly scheduled arguments or conferences this week. The Supreme Court is expected to continue releasing opinions throughout the week in cases that have already been fully briefed and argued.
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There are no arguments or conferences on the Supreme Court's calendar this week. The Court will continue working on cases that have been fully briefed and argued.
In a nuisance case involving a shooting range, the Supreme Court addresses issues of retroactivity, pleading, and discovery disputes.
The Supreme Court's latest case makes it more difficult to establish malicious prosecution, even at the pleading stage.
The Supreme Court is scheduled to hear arguments on Tuesday, March 19th and to meet in conference on Wednesday, March 20th. As always, keep an eye out for opinions!
Arguments are scheduled for Tuesday, March 12th and Wednesdasy, March 13th. There is a conference scheduled for Thursday, March 14th, after which it is likely that new opinions will be released.
Arguments will be heard on Tuesday, March 5th and Wednesday, March 6th. Tuesday's arguments will be held at the law school in Morgantown. The Supreme Court will meet in conference on Thursday, March 7th.
There are no regularly scheduled arguments or conferences this week. The Supreme Court will continue considering cases that have been submitted and releasing opinions in due course.
The Supreme Court is closed on Monday, February 18 for President's Day. There are no arguments or conferences scheduled this week. The Court will continue to work on opinions in cases that were argued earlier in the term.
In another arbitration case, the Supreme Court must decide if an agreement to arbitrate existed in a case involving a check cashing service at a hotel.