"The Supreme Court's next corporate campaign finance quandary":
Alison Frankel's "On the Case" from Thomson Reuters News & Insight has this report
"Supreme Court justice Kagan to speak at U-M":
The Detroit News has an update
that begins, "Supreme Court Associate Justice Elena Kagan will speak Friday during the dedication of the University of Michigan Law School's newest academic building."
And AnnArbor.com reports that "Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan to speak at University of Michigan Friday."
The University of Michigan Law School has posted online this additional information.
"High court ruling creates uncertainty over school tax collection; In Bucks case, court rules districts must pay elected tax collectors a fair rate":
Peter Hall has this article
today in The Morning Call of Allentown, Pennsylvania.
Bloomberg News reports on two rulings that the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit issued today:
An article headlined "Goldman Sachs Securities Class Action Revived On Appeal
" reports on this decision
And an article headlined "SEC's Insider-Trading Case Against Obus Revived On Appeal" reports on this decision.
"Supreme Court's New Agent Already Getting Them Better Cases":
The Onion has this report
"Richard A. Posner's Badly Confused Attack on Scalia/Garner--Part 4":
Ed Whelan has this post
today at National Review Online's "Bench Memos" blog.
"Cost of legal fight over voter ID, redistricting tops $2 million":
Today's edition of The Dallas Morning News contains an article
that begins, "Texas has now spent more than $2 million defending its law to require photo identification to vote and its redrawing of political boundaries, officials said after federal judges sided against the state in both cases last week. And taxpayers' outlays will grow as Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott appeals both cases to the U.S. Supreme Court."
No mention of Beavis, however:
At WSJ.com's "Law Blog," Joe Palazzolo has a post titled "When Appellate Judges and District Judges Butt Heads
"Oracle-Google judge ends probe into paid bloggers":
Reuters has this report
And Scott Graham of The Recorder has an article headlined "Alsup on Googacle Shill Order: Never Mind."
"U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg to deliver speech at CU-Boulder":
The Boulder Daily Camera has this report
Yesterday, the University of Colorado Boulder issued a news release headlined "Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg to keynote CU Law School's Bench and Bar Conference."
"Immigration-status checks of SB 1070 to take effect; Judge rejects efforts to block 'show me your papers' clause": This front page article
appears today in The Arizona Republic.
In today's edition of The Arizona Daily Star, Howard Fischer reports that "SB 1070 provision is upheld by judge."
Bloomberg News reports that "Arizona Police Can Probe Immigration Status, Judge Rules."
Reuters reports that "Judge upholds Arizona 'show-your-papers' measure in mixed ruling."
The Associated Press reports that "Police in legal minefield on Ariz. immigration law."
And at Politico.com, Josh Gerstein has a blog post titled "Judge to allow Arizona to enforce key part of anti-illegal immigration law."
"Court rules that L.A. can't destroy homeless people's property; A panel of the 9th Circuit Court says that under the 4th Amendment, Los Angeles can seize some unattended possessions but must notify the owners":
Maura Dolan has this article
today in The Los Angeles Times.
And in today's edition of The San Francisco Chronicle, Bob Egelko reports that "Homeless have right to reclaim property."
My earlier coverage of yesterday's Ninth Circuit ruling appears at this link.