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Summary: The Supreme Court has ruled that a limitation on mercury emissions was improper, due to the Environmental Protection Agency’s alleged failure to consider the costs involved with such a regulation. According to the Huffington Post, the Obama administration’s efforts…>read moreNo Comment June 29, 2015
Summary: In a case brought by The Inclusive Communities Project against the Texas Department of Housing, the Supreme Court sided with the ICP regarding disparate impact. The Fair Housing Act gives housing practices and policies without the intent to discriminate…>read moreNo Comment June 25, 2015
Summary: A brief overview of the six major cases the Supreme Court will soon rule over. The Supreme Court is about to deliver some interesting decisions on six landmark cases, and we are expecting all the results by Monday. Number…>read moreNo Comment June 25, 2015
Summary: The Supreme Court has ruled that Abercrombie & Fitch may have discriminated against a prospective employee when she was not hired because her headscarf violated company policy. According to the Huffington Post, in an 8-1 ruling, the Supreme Court…>read moreNo Comment June 1, 2015
Summary: The legal battle between mining company Asarco and law firm Baker Botts has reached the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court will begin hearing arguments in a lawsuit between Baker Botts and Asarco, according to The Washington Post. Baker Botts…>read moreNo Comment February 26, 2015
Summary: The United States Supreme Court has announced that it will develop an electronic filing system, according to Chief Justice John Roberts. During his annual end-of-year report, United States Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts announced that the court will develop…>read more1 Comment January 1, 2015
Summary: Two legal scholars reflect on what they feel are the worst Supreme Court decisions—and why. Although the Supreme Court justices are known for their legal brilliance, they are, in fact, human, and sometimes make decisions that leave legal scholars…>read moreNo Comment December 9, 2014
Summary: We have a list of the most liberal and most conservative elite law schools in today’s post. In an effort to determine which elite law schools are conservative and which ones are liberal, FiveThirtyEight Politics used two sets of…>read more1 Comment December 5, 2014
Summary: The United States Supreme Court has been asked by the University of Iowa College of Law to block a new trial in a case involving an employee. The Supreme Court has been asked by the University of Iowa College of…>read moreNo Comment December 2, 2014
Summary: A case against UPS from an employee has reached the Supreme Court as Peggy Young battles to gain protections for pregnant workers. Peggy Young is an employee of the United Parcel Service who was placed on unpaid leave when she…>read moreNo Comment December 2, 2014
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