...lawsuit against car dealers. They were sued by a lawyer for a group of car dealers. The dealers were represented by Joseph Guerra of Sidley...
...by the justices to argue that the House of Representatives' Bipartisan Legal Advisory Group lacked Article III standing in U.S. v. Windsor...
The Supreme Court's historic two-day scrutiny of the issue of same-sex marriage showed the justices as a cautious bunch wary about ruling on a subject that is new to them, especially when i
I am heartened that the terms of the debate are changing. Last week, the U.S. Supreme Court heard oral argument in the two most important civil rights cases to come before it in decades: Hollingswort
Originally Published: National Law Journal
Many Connecticut lawyers this week followed two days of historic hearings before the U.S. Supreme Court. For a short time, at least, their own practice took a back seat to national events
The Supreme Court's historic two-day scrutiny of the issue of same-sex marriage showed the justices as a cautious bunch — wary about ruling on a subject that is new to them, especially when it
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...in cases like Windsor's. A Republican-led House group, called the Bipartisan Legal Advisory Group (BLAG), intervened to defend the statute. ...
...like Windsor's. A Republican-led House group, called the Bipartisan Legal Advisory Group (BLAG), intervened to defend the statute. ...
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