There are no arguments or conferences scheduled this week; however, the Supreme Court may release opinions in any cases that have already been submitted.
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This week the Supreme Court will hear oral arguments on Tuesday and Wednesday. There will be a conference on Thursday. Keep watching for opinions!
The Supreme Court is off on Monday. Admissions and oral arguments are scheduled on Wednesday. There will be a conference on Thursday so we continue to watch for new opinions.
Does Michigan law doom a birth defect case involving Zoloft where the mother was living in Michigan and the baby was born in Michigan?
Back to the basics: the Supreme Court rejects an appeal where a party failed to take the proper steps to preserve the error.
This week the Supreme Court will hear arguments on Tuesday and Wednesday. There is a conference scheduled for Thursday. Expect opinions!
Are references to "courts" and "civil actions" contained in the text of an oil and gas lease, but not in the arbitration clause itself, enough to render the clause ambiguous and unenforceable?
There are no arguments scheduled for this week. Arguments will resume the first week in October, 2017.
With the summer breaks in the rearview mirror and new court term beginning, we thought we would recap the significant consumer protection cases that we have seen this year. As expected, following the United States Supreme Court's decision in Spokeo,...
The Supreme Court confronts issues of assent in its latest arbitration case.