U.S. Supreme Court

U.S. Supreme Court

Lawyer’s 10-minute absence during trial didn’t merit habeas relief, SCOTUS says

U.S. Supreme Court

SCOTUS: Lifetime GPS monitoring of sex offender constitutes a Fourth Amendment search; case remanded

U.S. Supreme Court

SCOTUS revives pregnancy bias case; Scalia says majority used ‘Supreme Wand’ to create test

U.S. Supreme Court

Alabama redistricting challenge stays alive in SCOTUS; Scalia sees majority as ‘standby counsel’

U.S. Supreme Court

SCOTUS ruling raises the stakes for Trademark Trial and Appeal Board hearings

U.S. Supreme Court

Misleading corporate statements of opinion can be basis for investor suits, Supreme Court says

U.S. Supreme Court

BigLaw partner won’t be sanctioned for jargon-filled SCOTUS petition; others are forewarned

U.S. Supreme Court

SCOTUS won’t hear case of inmate on death row for 30 years; dissenters see ‘glaring’ legal error

Copyright Law

Composer’s heirs sue CBS over use of iconic ‘Hawaii Five-0’ theme music in TV show remake

Death Penalty

Inmate missing 8 percent of his brain is executed; SCOTUS denies stay in divided order

Executive Branch

Predictions of health-care law’s possible demise ignore this contingency plan

Law in Popular Culture

Female SCOTUS justices are portrayed in LEGO form

Judiciary

Former state chief justice is ashamed of the fundraising process

U.S. Supreme Court

Could a ruling for Obama on health-care law allow its future ‘death spiral’?

U.S. Supreme Court

ABA backs constitutional right to gay marriage in SCOTUS brief

U.S. Supreme Court

Possible swing justices don’t tip their hands in health-care arguments

U.S. Supreme Court

Can police use ‘inadvertently shed’ DNA without a warrant? SCOTUS won’t hear case raising the issue

U.S. Supreme Court

SCOTUS rejects requests for overflow room, same-day audio of health-law arguments

U.S. Supreme Court

Does federal law protect loan guarantors from marital-status bias? SCOTUS accepts case

U.S. Supreme Court

Many historic moments captured on television, so why not SCOTUS arguments, commercial asks