"No decision in round two of 'Docs vs. Glocks' in Miami federal appeals court":
Jay Weaver of The Miami Herald has this updated report
"Judge upholds stay of Hill's execution":
Bill Rankin of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution has a news update
that begins, "A Fulton County judge on Thursday kept in place a stay of execution for condemned killer Warren Hill, expressing concern that a new state law that shields from public view the identities of those who make and supply Georgia's lethal injection drugs is unconstitutional."
"The Court & the Right to Vote: A Dissent."
Retired Justice John Paul Stevens will have this review
of Gary May's book "Bending Toward Justice: The Voting Rights Act and the Transformation of American Democracy
" in the August 15, 2013 issue of The New York Review of Books.
"NLRB deal unlikely to affect U.S. Supreme Court case":
Lawrence Hurley of Reuters has this report
"No Expert Needed, Disabled Access Suit Reinstated":
At her "Trial Insider" blog, Pamela A. MacLean has this post
about a decision
that Chief Judge Alex Kozinski
issued today on behalf of the majority on a partially divided three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit
"Federal Circuit Nominee Gets Senate Judiciary Approval":
Todd Ruger has this post
at "The BLT: The Blog of Legal Times."
"Court hears Fla. appeal in 'Docs vs. Glocks' case":
Curt Anderson of The Associated Press has this report
Majority on divided three-judge Sixth Circuit panel affirms entry of $65 million summary judgment against the former operators of ClassicStar's now-defunct mare lease program:
You can access today's ruling of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit
at this link
Daily Racing Form covered the district court's summary judgment ruling in an article headlined "Judge awards $65 million to plaintiffs in ClassicStar mare-lease program fraud."
And in other coverage of the district court's ruling, BloodHorse.com reported that "$65 Million Awarded to ClassicStar Investors."
Update: In early news coverage of today's ruling, The Associated Press reports that "Court upholds $66 million judgment in fraud case."
"Sixth Circuit Can't Take A Hint From SCOTUS, Reinstates Whirlpool Smelly-Washer Case":
At Forbes.com, Daniel Fisher has this post
about a ruling
that a unanimous two-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit
"Appellate Veterans Launch Moot Court Panel for Hire":
Sara Randazzo of The Am Law Daily has this report
"Boston bombing court files cloaked in secrecy":
Josh Gerstein of Politico.com has this report
"Wyoming attorney general to take oath as federal judge":
Today's edition of The Casper Star-Tribune contains an article
that begins, "Wyoming Attorney General Gregory Phillips will be sworn in as a federal appeals court judge Monday afternoon in a brief low-key ceremony in the chambers of Federal District Judge Alan Johnson in Cheyenne."
"IMF to file brief with U.S. Supreme Court in Argentina case":
Reuters has this report
"It's round two of 'Docs vs. Glocks' in Miami federal appeals court Thursday":
Jay Weaver has this article
today in The Miami Herald.
"Senator Lee Criticizes Chief Justice in New E-Book":
Michelle Olsen has this post
today at her "Appellate Daily" blog.
"Challenges to Policies on Terror Are Halted":
Charlie Savage has this article
today in The New York Times.
My earlier coverage of yesterday's Second Circuit ruling appears here and here.
"Why the Solicitor General Should Ask the Supreme Court to Reverse the Fourth Circuit's Decision in Samantar":
John Bellinger had this post
recently at the "Lawfare" blog.
"University of Louisville librarian has become an expert on U.S. Supreme Court Justice Louis D. Brandeis; U of L archivist delves into life, career of jurist":
The Courier-Journal of Louisville, Kentucky has this report
"High court ruling could have major impact on young killers; State Supreme Court to whether teen killers will get new sentencing hearings":
The Morning Call of Allentown, Pennsylvania contains this article
"Supreme Court ruling may free abortion provider's killer early": This article
appears in The Kansas City Star.