Available online from law.com:
Tony Mauro reports that "High Court Appears Torn Over Drug Labeling Case
And Amaris Elliott-Engel of The Legal Intelligencer has an article headlined "Pa. Judge Denies Another Breast Cancer-HRT Claim" in which I am quoted.
"Justices Agree to Consider DNA Case":
Adam Liptak will have this article
Tuesday in The New York Times.
"Next President Will Face Test on Detainees": This article
appears today in The New York Times.
Available online from National Public Radio:
This evening's broadcast of "All Things Considered
" contained audio segments entitled "Court Weighs Reach Of Drug Warning Labels
" (featuring Nina Totenberg
) and "As Court Weighs 'F' Word Case, Context Examined
And today's broadcast of "Morning Edition" contained an audio segment entitled "Supreme Court Hears Case Involving Drug Labels" (featuring Nina Totenberg).
RealPlayer is required to launch these audio segments.
"Don't Read His Lips -- You Might Be Offended; The Supreme Court Hears a Challenge to the FCC's Crackdown on 'Fleeting Expletives'; Says Bono, 'I Genuinely Blew It'":
Jess Bravin and Amy Schatz will have this article
Tuesday in The Wall Street Journal.
"Lawyers Aim to Roll Back Curbs on Lawsuits":
The Wall Street Journal today contains an article
that begins, "Plaintiff and consumer groups, buoyed by prospects of a Democratic president and expanded Democratic majority in Congress, are preparing a big push for legislation that would roll back limitations on personal-injury and class-action lawsuits."
"Supreme Court considers FCC's rein on foul words; The federal crackdown on the rising use of expletives on TV has sparked free-speech concerns":
Warren Richey will have this article
Tuesday in The Christian Science Monitor.
"Label Conscious: The Supreme Court gets positively passionate about pre-emption."
Dahlia Lithwick has this Supreme Court dispatch
online at Slate.
"DNA Testing Will Get Scrutiny by U.S. Supreme Court":
Greg Stohr of Bloomberg News provides this report
The Associated Press reports that "Court to decide on convict's right to test DNA."
At "SCOTUSblog," Lyle Denniston has a post titled "Court grants two cases."
And in other coverage of today's Order List of the U.S. Supreme Court, The AP reports that "Court leaves NC campaign finance law untouched" and "Court won't review Golden Venture smuggling case."
"The supreme opportunity":
Today in The Chicago Tribune, James Oliphant has an article
that begins, "The direction of the Supreme Court could shift significantly depending on whether John McCain or Barack Obama is elected president."
"Supreme Court hears American Indian land case":
The Associated Press provides this report
The Providence (R.I.) Journal's news blog has a post titled "Tribal land case arguments ask: What does 'now' mean?"
And at "The BLT: The Blog of Legal Times," Tony Mauro has a post titled "Ted Olson Earns His Keep."
You can access today's transcript of the U.S. Supreme Court's oral argument in Carcieri v. Kempthorne, No. 07-526, at this link.
Carol Rosenberg of The Miami Herald is reporting:
She has news updates headlined "Military jury sentences bin Laden video-maker to life in prison; A military jury convicted Osama bin Laden's media secretary of three war crimes charges then ordered the terrorist to serve life in prison; he responded with defiance
" and "Al Qaeda media man wouldn't phone home; The second-ever convict at the war crimes court spurned a phone call home as his terror trial reached a climax on Monday
"Supreme Court considers the reach of drug warning labels; The justices sound closely split as they hear arguments on whether product liability lawsuits should be allowed if a federal agency such as the FDA regulates the product":
David G. Savage of The Los Angeles Times provides this news update
Jerry Markon of The Washington Post has a news update headlined "Supreme Court Hears Pharmaceutical Case."
In Tuesday's edition of The Christian Science Monitor, Warren Richey will have an article headlined "Supreme Court takes up drug warning labels; The case pits a Vermont musician who lost a limb against a pharmaceutical giant."
Mark Sherman of The Associated Press reports that "Court weighs amputee's case; limits on drug suits."
And Reuters reports that "Top court weighs drugmaker liability for harm."
You can access today's oral argument transcript in Wyeth v. Levine, No. 06-1249, by clicking here.
"FCC v. Fox draws intense interest":
Tony Mauro has this analysis
online at the First Amendment Center.
I'll be attending a private (not court-sponsored) mediation this morning in Philadelphia of a case in which my clients have already won on appeal. Additional posts will appear here later today.