Legal News

Denials of review in five cases draw dissents from various justices

The Supreme Court on Monday issued orders from the justices’ private conference last week. After granting four petitions for review on Friday afternoon, the court – as expected – did not add any new cases to its docket for the 2022-23 term. But with five.

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In family’s lawsuit against public nursing home, court revisits private rights of action and the spending clause

Health & Hospital Corporation of Marion County v. Talevski, to be argued Tuesday, returns the court to the question of when federal law is subject to private enforcement. The court will consider whether to overrule a line of precedent and to hold that

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SCOTUS Spotlight: Michael Dreeben on helping the justices have a conversation

Michael Dreeben, who has argued 107 cases at the Supreme Court, joins us for another episode in our SCOTUS Spotlight series. Dreeben looks back on notable moments from his career as an advocate, including his very first argument — in which he faced

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Elon Musk, internet freedom, and how the Supreme Court might force big tech into a catch-22

“The bird is freed,” Elon Musk tweeted on the night he completed his $44 billion purchase of Twitter. What he didn’t say is that a series of court cases may soon clip its wings. A self-described free-speech absolutist, Musk has suggested he wil

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