appears today in The Harvard Crimson.
"Baby Veronica case: Compensation reportedly sought from Dusten Brown and Cherokee Nation."
The Tulsa World has this news update
And The Charleston (S.C.) Post and Courier has a news update headlined "Financial sanctions against Veronica's birth father, tribe considered as attorney calls for truce."
"Judicial opinions can be fun!"
Today at his "In the Loop" blog, Al Kamen of The Washington Post has this entry
in which the "How Appealing" blog is mentioned.
"Chiquita fighting suit over Colombian killings":
The Charlotte Observer has this news update
reporting on an appeal pending at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit
In earlier related coverage, The Associated Press reported recently that "Chiquita seeks dismissal in Colombian case."
"Gender balance at issue with Supreme Court vacancy":
Sean Fine of The Toronto Globe and Mail has this report
"Landmark U.S. Supreme Court case on police force came out of Charlotte":
The Charlotte Observer has a news update
that begins, "As the manslaughter prosecution against a Charlotte police officer takes shape, a key standard that may be used to judge him dates back to a 1989 landmark ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court involving Charlotte police."
"U.S. Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan to deliver Albritton Lecture at Alabama law school":
AL.com has this report
. And the law school's web site contains this announcement
"Fourth Circuit holds Virginia's college newspaper alcohol advertising ban unconstitutional under the First Amendment as applied to Collegiate Times and Cavalier Daily":
Law professor Kevin C. Walsh has this post
at his "walshslaw" blog discussing a ruling
that a divided three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit
"Utahn lauded as 10th Circuit appeals court pick":
Thomas Burr of The Salt Lake Tribune has a news update
that begins, "A hockey stick, a horror flick and a prank don't often play into confirmation hearings for federal appellate nominees, but all three were part of Utah Court of Appeals Presiding Judge Carolyn McHugh's appearance before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday."
You can access the video of this afternoon's Senate Judiciary Committee confirmation hearing at this link.
"In 8th Circuit liquor case, 21st Amendment beats Commerce Clause":
Alison Frankel's "On the Case" from Thomson Reuters News & Insight has this report
"Appeals judges appear dubious of DOE's rationale for collecting fees":
Jeremy P. Jacobs of Greenwire has this report
"Real Judicial Restraint":
In the Fall 2013 issue
of National Affairs, Joel Alicea has an essay
that begins, "Last November, the Federalist Society gathered in Washington, D.C., to mark its thirtieth anniversary at its annual convention."
"Almost no chance Court will shut down":
At "SCOTUSblog," Lyle Denniston has a post
that begins, "With talk of shutting down the federal government filling the air in Washington, amid the latest partisan tiff over the national budget, the Supreme Court is remaining mum for now about how it might react."
"Lavabit wants appeal unsealed":
Josh Gerstein of Politico.com has this report
"Scalia expects NSA wiretaps to end up in court":
The Associated Press has this report
"US Supreme Court to tackle California cases on immigration, frequent flier miles":
Kitty Felde of Southern California Public Radio's 89.3 KPCC has this report
"Google Begs Court to Reconsider Ruling That Wi-Fi Sniffing is Wiretapping":
David Kravets has this post
at Wired.com's "Threat Level" blog.
"Law experts preview new court cases": This article
appears today in The University of Southern California Daily Trojan.
"iPhones or the Supreme Court -- let them wait, for a price":
Patt Morrison has this essay
online at The Los Angeles Times.