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Will Apple computer face antitrust lawsuits? The decision is now in the hands of Scotus Justices.
Apple Inc v. Pepper Today at the Supreme Court Apple Inc was on the defensive as it aimed to protect its App store business practices. Most of our readers would agree that Apple computer and the App Store have some great products that have proved themselves useful in some cases essential to everyday lives. Items…
Nominee Brett Kavanaugh – “he will do the job with dignity, intelligence, empathy and integrity.”
This op-ed by Lisa Blatt an attorney with Arnold&Porter out of Washington DC offers a unique perspective as it comes from someone with deep ties and knowledge of the Supreme Court. It’s also noteworthy because the author was a former clerk to Justice Ginsburg, has argued 35 cases in front of the court (Winning 33) and refers…
Justice Ginsburg dead at 87 – almost a Supreme Court record.
The 87-year old Justice Ginsburg passed away surrounded by her children and grandchildren. She was commonly referred to as #RBG wanted to wait for her nineties before making her exit from the highest court in the land. According to a recent article in the Guardian (see below) Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg wants to wait five years…
Who will be President Trump’s Scotuspick?
Rarely are new Supreme Court justices nominated. The lifetime appointment means a Supreme Court Justice can remain on the bench long after his initial nomination. In fact, most President’s will not live past the tenure of their appointee to the Supreme Court. The average tenure for a current Supreme Court Justice is around 20 years…
Is the next Supreme Court Justice a woman? Amy Coney Barrett prediction may come to be.
Will Amy Coney Barrett #ACB become the next Justice on the Supreme Court? The prediction was made but the seat would be filled by Justice Kavanaugh. The Desert News recently published an opinion piece from Senior Judiciary Committee member Senator Orin Hatch. In the article the Senator describes some of his past battles faced while on…
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Gerrymandering goes back to the states
The Supreme Court’s decision left some wondering what next? The decisive 9-0 ruling meant no desention in the Courtroom only for those left with what some say is a non-ruling. We’ve included a great article in The Hill by Carolyn Shapiro which goes into the reason’s behind the ruling and why some Justices ruled the way…
The one constant in nearly all Supreme Court cases.
This one source is cited hundreds of times in the Supreme Court cases and has been used by almost every #lawyer today. Please share or retweet.
The 8 best books for lawyers & law students.
8 of the Best Legal novels & some of the greatest works to ever be written! #Booksforlawyers