"The Supreme Court Weighs the Implications of Big Data":
Massimo Calabresi has this essay
online at Time magazine.
"Missouri Supreme Court upholds tough rules for adult businesses":
The Kansas City Star today contains an article
that begins, "Missouri's tough restrictions on adult entertainment will soon spread across the country, anti-pornography activists predicted Tuesday, now that the state's Supreme Court has decided the stronger rules are constitutional."
You can access yesterday's ruling of the Supreme Court of Missouri at this link.
"Ariz. Gov. Brewer wants Supreme Court ruling on immigration law":
The Washington Times has this news update
"Supreme Court's planned review of health-care law shocks Medicaid advocates": This article
will appear Thursday in The Washington Post.
"Appeals court will revisit order to overhaul VA":
The Associated Press has this report
on an order granting rehearing en banc
that the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit
My earlier coverage of the divided three-judge panel's ruling in the case can be accessed here.
"The Broccoli Test":
Law professor Einer Elhauge
has this op-ed
today in The New York Times.
"The Cover-Up Artist: Why is the CEO of Merck leading the sex-abuse investigation at Penn State?" Snigdha Prakash
, author of the book "All the Justice Money Can Buy: Corporate Greed on Trial
," has this essay
online at Slate.
"Musing About Recusing: Why calls for Elena Kagan to recuse herself from the Obamacare case are ridiculous."
Dahlia Lithwick has this jurisprudence essay
online at Slate.
"HLS Professor Offers Look Into President Obama the Student":
The Harvard Crimson contains this article
"Facing ethics trial, 'Taj Mahal' judge says he's resigning":
The St. Petersburg Times has a news update
that begins, "Unable to negotiate a penalty short of being removed from office, 1st District Court Judge Paul M. Hawkes is resigning from the court to avoid facing a trial before the Judicial Qualifications Commission."
And The Associated Press reports that "Judge involved in courthouse construction resigns."
"Prop. 8 backers: Trial videos would be misused."
Bob Egelko has this article
today in The San Francisco Chronicle.
"California Supreme Court to decide Proposition 8 issue Thursday":
Howard Mintz of The San Jose Mercury News has this update
Maura Dolan of The Los Angeles Times has a blog post titled "State justices to rule on Prop. 8 backers' legal standing."
And at "SCOTUSblog," Lyle Denniston has a post titled "Ruling due on Prop. 8."
According to this Notice of Forthcoming Filings, the Supreme Court of California will post its ruling online at 1 p.m. eastern time tomorrow.
"Stevens on the Cost of Upholding the Health Care Law":
Jess Bravin has this post
at WSJ.com's "Law Blog."
"Bruno faces new trial, conviction vacated; Ruling paves way for a new trial for 82-year-old Republican":
The Times Union of Albany, New York has this news update
The Buffalo News has an update headlined "Corruption conviction of Bruno overturned."
The Associated Press reports that "NY Federal Appeals Court Permits Bruno Retrial."
Reuters reports that "Appeals court tosses Bruno conviction, but allows new charges."
And Bloomberg News reports that "Former New York Senate Leader Bruno's Conviction Is Thrown Out on Appeal."
You can access today's ruling of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit at this link.
"Analysis: Why a health care law, anyway?"
Lyle Denniston has this post
And Reuters lists "SCOTUS's lengthiest oral arguments ever."
"U.S. Supreme Court justice Samuel Alito to Rutgers law students: 'Judging is a craft.'" This article
appears today in The Newark (N.J.) Star-Ledger.
"Supreme Court to hear in vitro case; If reproductive technology allows a child to be conceived after a father's death, can the child claim Social Security survivor's benefits? Justices will decide a mother's case."
David G. Savage had this article
yesterday in The Los Angeles Times.