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Justices dismiss arbitrability dispute – SCOTUSblog

Petitions of the week: Two cases on the state-secrets privilege

Opinion analysis From Ronald Mann on January 25, 2021 at 5:25 pm The Supreme Court on Monday issued a one-sentence order undoing its decision to review Henry Schein Inc. v Archer and White Sales Inc. as “improvised granted.” After a dispute with few judges sympathizing with the position of Archer and White Sales, the dismissal … Read more

Blockbuster Watch – SCOTUSblog

Relist Watch - SCOTUSblog

John Elwood reviews Monday’s relists How does the Supreme Court possibly top the excitement of last Friday’s fourteen new grants — including grants in a few important First Amendment cases? With 10 new relists, including some cases that could be blockbusters if the court decides to take them. Perhaps the most blockbustery of them all … Read more

Relist Watch Choose – SCOTUSblog

Relist Watch - SCOTUSblog

Posted on Tuesday December 8th, 2020 at 3:01 PM by John Elwood John Elwood checks Monday’s relists … barely Previous predictions of an explosive growth in Relist numbers are coming true, as we have seven new Relists this week. But because I’m too thin to offer much description and analysis, it’s time again for the … Read more

Friday round-up – SCOTUSblog

SCOTUS for law students: Still deciding in July

Posted on December 4th, 2020 at 7:30 am by James Romoser The judges will meet for a private conference on Friday to consider which cases, if any, should be included on the court record. Petitions to be debated include two consolidated cases on the legality of Medicaid’s work requirements, a challenge to a Kansas law … Read more

Relist Watch Choose – SCOTUSblog

Relist Watch - SCOTUSblog

John Elwood Relist Watch Posted Thu, Dec 3rd 2020 at 5:03 pm Posted Thu December 3rd 2020, 5:03 pm by John Elwood John Elwood checks Monday’s relists. I’m really stretched thin this week, so we’re offering the affordable luxury of Relist Watch SelectTM. In either case, the Minister of Health and Human Services must have … Read more

Monday round-up – SCOTUSblog

SCOTUS for law students: Still deciding in July

Posted on Mon Nov 30th 2020 8:32 am by James Romoser It’s not quite December yet, but the Supreme Court opens its December argument Monday morning with verbal arguments on two cases with far-reaching ramifications: Trump versus New. York, challenging President Donald Trump’s plan to expel people living in the country without authorization from the … Read more

Reminder — SCOTUSblog and Goldstein & Russell are hiring

Opinion analysis: Court upholds “faithless elector” laws

Katie Beard Deputy Manager Posted Tue, Nov 24, 2020 3:21 pm Posted Tue Nov 24th 2020 3:21 pm by Katie Bart SCOTUSblog and Goldstein & Russell, PC are looking for a full-time employee as company manager for Goldstein & Russell, PC and deputy manager of SCOTUSblog. The position is based in Bethesda, Maryland and will … Read more