Because of the coronavirus outbreak the Supreme Court has continued this week's oral arguments, including the LAWS Day arguments set for Wednesday, March 18th. We will keep an eye on developments.
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In a March 17 argument, the Supreme Court takes a look at privilege issues raised in a breach-of-contract case.
The Supreme Court has no arguments or conferences scheduled this week. Oral arguments will resume on Tuesday, March 17th.
There are oral arguments scheduled on Tuesday, March 3rd and Wednesday, March 4th. The Court will meet in conference on Thursday, March 5th. We are following Zsigray v. Langman , a defamation case case that was rescheduled from the February...
The Supreme Court has no arguments or conferences scheduled for this week. However, we may see opinions released for cases that were argued in January and early February.
Are statements made to police in the course of a criminal investigation absolutely privileged?
This week the Supreme Court will be hearing arguments on Tuesday, February 11th and Wednesday, February 12th. We are watching Bayles v. Evans , an arbitration case that will be argued on Tuesday, and United Financial Casualty Company v. Long...
How will the Supreme Court deal with questions involving an expert's methodology and damages for annoyance and inconvenience in an uninsured motorist case?
The Supreme Court dives into another arbitration case, this one involving a wife who consented to a transfer of her husband's 401k but did not sign the brokerage agreement in which the arbitration language is found.
This week the Supreme Court will hear arguments on Tuesday and Wednesday. We are watching Lunsford v. Shy , a punitive damage case, and State ex rel. Farrell v. McGraw , a venue case, both of which are set for...