A collection of significant and strange cases decided by the federal courts of appeals this week. Each summary delivered in a minute or less: four cases, four minutes. On the docket this week was copyright law at SCOTUS, abortion, the Postal Service, and mysterious fires.Read More »
A collection of significant and strange cases decided by the federal courts of appeals this week. Each summary delivered in a minute or less: five cases, five minutes. On the (smaller) docket this holiday week was immigration, marijuana, the Postal Service, and airport security.Read More »
Last week, I noted that the Court hardly grabbed a headline (despite four decisions in argued cases and three certiorari grants), since its proceedings concerned less-contentious and more-technical matters. Was this week any different? Well, no. Again, Court nuts like myself may enjoy this week’s brief, which covers three more decisions and five cert. grants, a smidgen more than the lay reader. But on the bright side, with twenty-four cases in O.T. 2018 still yet to be decided, the Court is teeing up an action-packed, blow-the-doors-off finale to end its term here in the next fourteen days. At any rate, here is your brief for the week of June 10.