Access online the redesigned web site of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit:
At this link
"Appeals court orders state to recognize one same-sex marriage":
Tim Evans of The Indianapolis Star has this news update
reporting on an order
that the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit
"How the Supreme Court Changed America This Year: Nineteen legal thinkers run down the court's most important decisions."
Politico Magazine has this report
"As Recess Settles In, A Reflection On Supreme Court's Big Rulings": This lengthy audio segment
featuring Nina Totenberg and Tom Goldstein appeared on this evening's broadcast of NPR's "All Things Considered
In addition, the broadcast contained an audio segment titled "Hobby Lobby Ruling Raises A Question: How To Define 'Closely Held'?"
"Supreme Court: It Could Have Been Worse."
Law professor David Cole
has this blog post
at The New York Review of Books.
"Man in U.S. illegally clears hurdle toward becoming practicing Florida lawyer":
The Tampa Tribune has this news update
"Florida Supreme Court welcomes its first Cuban-American chief justice":
The Tampa Bay Times has this report
"Do Americans Think Corporations Have the Right to Religious Freedom? We did a survey, and the answer is no."
Moran Cerf, Aziz Huq, and Avital Mentovich have this jurisprudence essay
online today at Slate.
"A Supreme Court Term Notable for Unanimity, if Not Amity":
Adam Liptak will have this news analysis
in Wednesday's edition of The New York Times.
"Hobby Lobby ruling puts Green family in crosshairs":
The Associated Press has this report
At Justia's Verdict, law professor Marci A. Hamilton has an essay titled "What's Really Wrong With the Decisions in Burwell v. Hobby Lobby and Conestoga Wood v. Burwell?"
And at his "Hercules and the Umpire" blog, Senior U.S. District Judge Richard G. Kopf has a post titled "Isn't the loosey-goosey 'closely held' distinction in the Hobby Lobby cases intellectually incoherent?"
"Justices Plot Middle Course on Business; Term Shows Limits to Business-Friendly Reputation Earned Under Chief Justice Roberts":
Brent Kendall has this article
in today's edition of The Wall Street Journal.
"Lawyer may sue state over attack at psych hospital, court rules":
The Star-Ledger of Newark, New Jersey has this report
on a 3-to-2 ruling
that the Supreme Court of New Jersey
"Appeals court to reconsider Barry Bonds' felony conviction":
Bob Egelko of The San Francisco Chronicle has this news update
Maura Dolan of The Los Angeles Times has a news update headlined "Barry Bonds' conviction will be reviewed by larger 9th Circuit panel."
Howard Mintz of The San Jose Mercury News has an update headlined "Barry Bonds gets another chance to fight conviction."
Josh Gerstein of Politico.com has a blog post titled "Appeals court to rehear Barry Bonds case."
Dan Levine of Reuters reports that "U.S. appeals court to take another swing at Barry Bonds criminal case."
And The Associated Press reports that "Court to reconsider Barry Bonds' felony conviction."
You can access today's order of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit granting rehearing en banc at this link.
"Wider impact of Hobby Lobby ruling?"
Lyle Denniston has this post
today at "SCOTUSblog."
"Alito's Day in Court":
Law professor Noah Feldman
has this essay
online today at Bloomberg View.
"Why Ginsburg's Hobby Lobby dissent might backfire":
Adam Serwer of msnbc.com has this report
"Hobby Lobby Continues Trend of Expanding Corporate Rights":
Jonathan Allen and Greg Stohr of Bloomberg News have this report
And Lawrence Hurley of Reuters reports that "U.S. birth control ruling fuels battle over corporate rights."
Access online today's Order List of the U.S. Supreme Court:
You can access the Order List at this link
. The Court today granted review in eight new cases.
The Court today also issued a per curiam decision summarily vacating the judgment of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit in Williams v. Johnson, No. 13-9085.
In early news coverage, The Associated Press reports that "Justices act in other health law mandate cases"; "Justices to take up pregnancy discrimination case"; "Supreme Court to consider KBR whistleblower case"; "High court to hear natural gas price-fixing claims"; and "Court sends labor cases back for further review."
Greg Stohr of Bloomberg News reports that "Birth-Control Coverage Disputes Revived by Supreme Court" and "KBR, Halliburton Get Court Review in Iraq Billing Case."
Lawrence Hurley of Reuters reports that "U.S. top court to hear pregnant worker's appeal against UPS" and "U.S. top court takes up challenge to Colorado sales tax law."
And at "SCOTUSblog," Lyle Denniston has a post titled "Court to rule on pregnancy law, church signs."
"Samuel Alito's moment":
Josh Gerstein and David Nather of Politico.com have this report
"Officer's Conviction in Cannibalism Case Overturned":
Benjamin Weiser has this article
in today's edition of The New York Times.
The New York Post reports that "'Cannibal Cop' could go free after conviction overturned."
The New York Daily News reports that "Judge overturns conviction of cannibal cop."
And The Associated Press reports that "Conviction of NYC cop cannibalism case overturned."
When a copy of yesterday's ruling of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York becomes available, I will post it online.
Update: Thanks to a valued reader, you can access yesterday's decision at this link.
And in other coverage, The Wall Street Journal reports that "Judge Orders Release Of NYPD Officer In Cannibal Plot Case; Gilberto Valle Will Still Be Sentenced For Accessing A Police Database."