Linda Greenhouse has this post
at the "Opinionator" blog of The New York Times.
"Arizona sheriff's pink-underwear policy may be unconstitutional--court":
Reuters has this report
on a ruling
that the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit
"Judge should have withdrawn from Shell Oil case -- court":
Terry Baynes of Reuters has this report
My earlier coverage of today's Federal Circuit ruling appears at this link.
"FBI chief describes GPS problem from court ruling":
Pete Yost of The Associated Press has this report
"What's the question? Two sides in Toyota can't agree on 'economic loss.'"
Erin Geiger Smith has this report
at Alison Frankel's "On the Case" from Thomson Reuters News & Insight.
"Seventh Circuit Panel Invites En Banc Petition Regarding Reassignment":
At his "Disability Law" blog, law professor Samuel R. Bagenstos
has a post
that begins, "As ADA mavens know, there is a persistent conflict in the circuits regarding the scope of an employer's duty, as a reasonable accommodation, to reassign an employee with a disability to a vacant position."
You can access today's Seventh Circuit ruling at this link.
"9th Circuit to begin review of Cebull incident":
The Billings (Mont.) Gazette has this report
The Great Falls Tribune reports that "Top Democrats call for House hearing on Cebull."
And The Hill has a blog post titled "Democratic congressman pushes federal judge to resign over forwarding racist email."
"Affirmative action fight goes on":
Today's edition of USA Today contains an article
that begins, "Affirmative action in college admissions is back on the national radar as the Supreme Court is likely to hear a case involving the University of Texas this year. But a high court ruling may not settle this divisive debate."
De novo appellate review does not automatically render harmless a federal judge's failure to recuse due to a spouse's ownership of stock in a litigant, the Federal Circuit has ruled:
You can access today's interesting ruling of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit
at this link
"Antonin Scalia's ObamaCare Problem: The Obama administration repeatedly cites the conservative Supreme Court justice in defense of its health care overhaul."
Damon W. Root has this essay
online at Reason.
"Court to debate Mich. affirmative action ban; Case stems from suit against consideration of race in admissions":
Today's edition of The Detroit News contains a front page article
that begins, "Michigan's 5-year-old affirmative action ban will be debated today before a federal appeals court in a case that pits those who say the law embodies the spirit of America's equal opportunities against those who say it undermines diversity and democracy."
"Appeals court rules against mistress in alienation of affection lawsuit": This article
appears today in The Winston-Salem Journal.
You can access yesterday's ruling of the Court of Appeals is North Carolina at this link.
"It's Not Just Citizens United": Alan B. Morrison
has this essay
online at The Huffington Post.
"US Supreme Court Looking At New York Rent Control: UWS Building The Focus Of Constitutional Debate."
The Huffington Post has this report
"The Arch Conservative Who Holds The Key To A Supreme Court Obamacare Victory":
Rick Ungar has this essay
online at Forbes.
"Supreme Court wades into Springfield's soap opera": This article
appears today in The Savannah (Ga.) Morning News.
"Scuttle SCOTUS's life tenure":
Law professor Herman Schwartz
has this essay
"Casino license row heads to top court; Lawyers will argue their cases today": This article
appears today in The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
"U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas visits Wake Forest law school":
Wake Forest University's School of Law issued this news release
"Wesleyan students to protest Scalia visit": This article
appears today in The Middletown (Conn.) Press. Related commentary
appears in The Wesleyan Argus.
"Durbin demands Supreme Court televise its proceedings":
The Hill has this blog post