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Stanford Law School Students Celebrate Ruling of Supreme Court

Stanford Law School Students Celebrate Ruling of Supreme Court Law professor Jeffrey Fisher and students from Stanford University celebrated a recent ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court regarding the history of digital privacy rights, according to The San Jose Mercury News. The students, as part of the school’s U.S.…>read more

No Comment July 8, 2014

Contraceptive Mandate Defeated by Supreme Court

Contraceptive Mandate Defeated by Supreme Court A 5-4 decision was made by the Supreme Court on Monday morning in the case of companies being forced to offer insurance coverage for birth control methods they view as abortion, according to USA Today. This case has become the…>read more

No Comment June 30, 2014

Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Broadcast Networks in Aereo Case

Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Broadcast Networks in Aereo Case A ruling was issued on Wednesday by the Supreme Court in the Aeroe case. According to The Huffington Post, Aereo violated copyright law when it streamed broadcast television signals to subscribers without paying for those feeds. The ruling came in…>read more

No Comment June 25, 2014

Ruling Issued in Utility Air Regulatory Group v. Environmental Protection Agency

Ruling Issued in Utility Air Regulatory Group v. Environmental Protection Agency The Supreme Court issued its decision in the case of Utility Air Regulatory Group v. Environmental Protection Agency(“UARG”). The opinion was written by justice Antonin Scalia and was a 7-2 vote. Scalia was joined by Chief Justice John Roberts, Justice…>read more

No Comment June 25, 2014

Coca-Cola Loses False Advertising Dispute with Pom Wonderful

Coca-Cola Loses False Advertising Dispute with Pom Wonderful On Thursday, the Supreme Court agreed with Pom Wonderful in its false advertising dispute with Coca-Cola Co., according to The Associated Press. The ruling came in at 8-0 that Pom could move forward with its lawsuit that labels on the…>read more

No Comment June 13, 2014

Anonymous Tip Leads to DUI Arrest

Anonymous Tip Leads to DUI Arrest In previous years, a phone call of suspicious driving has been utilized in catching drunk drivers nationwide, but as the United States Supreme Court looks further into this, debate on the legality has escalated tremendously. The specific incident sparking this argument…>read more

No Comment May 30, 2014

U.S. Supreme Court Extends the Scope of Whistleblower Law in Mutual Funds to Include Law Firms

U.S. Supreme Court Extends the Scope of Whistleblower Law in Mutual Funds to Include Law Firms The U.S. Supreme Court held this Tuesday that the application of the Sarbanes-Oxley whistleblower provisions also protects privately held contractors and subcontractors of a company from retaliation. The court made it clear that the rules also apply to contractors like…>read more

No Comment March 5, 2014

U.S. Supreme Court Says Investors Can Sue Law Firms Connected with Stanford Ponzi Scheme under State Laws

U.S. Supreme Court Says Investors Can Sue Law Firms Connected with Stanford Ponzi Scheme under State Laws In Chadbourne & Parke LLP v. Troice et al., the U.S. Supreme Court has held that investors in Stanford’s Ponzi scheme are not barred by the SLUSA from suing Chadbourne & Parke and Proskeur Rose, as the investors did not…>read more

No Comment February 27, 2014

Federal Benefits to be Extended to Same-Sex Married Couples

Federal Benefits to be Extended to Same-Sex Married Couples On Saturday, U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder  said in a speech that the federal government will begin treating same-sex married couples as equals with heterosexual married couples, according to The New York Times. “In every courthouse, in every proceeding and…>read more

No Comment February 10, 2014

Arizona’s Abortion Law Held as Unconstitutional

Arizona’s Abortion Law Held as Unconstitutional The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday chose not to hear Arizona’s state appeal against the 9th Circuit’s unanimous decision holding Arizona’s abortion law as unconstitutional. Without dissent or comment, the court refused to hear the case that involved a ban…>read more

No Comment January 14, 2014

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