The first of two sets of important U.S. Supreme Court cases challenging federal power to regulate air pollution is set for argument on Tuesday. For a preview of both cases, Supreme Court Brief interv
The Supreme Court's seeming campaign to curtail class actions reached a new level Nov. 15 with its decision to revisit a 25-year-old precedent that launched thousands of securities class actions and
... In last term’s Amgen, Inc. v. Connecticut Retirement Plans and Trust Funds, four justices signaled an interest in overturning...
...New York, San Francisco, Texas, Connecticut, New Jersey, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Florida...on the new digital membership plans are that content older than...
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National Law Journal
...Court’s 6-3 February ruling in Amgen v. Connecticut Retirement Plans and Trust, which kept intact the so-called "...
As a former SG observed, lesser points should revolve around cardinal point like planets around the sun
National Law Journal
...exactly how many law schools are accepting June test results, although Kaplan plans to add that question to its annual survey of law school admissions...
It was a U.S. Supreme Court term for the history books, with a final week that will be remembered for its powerful — and to some, contradictory — rulings on equality
...6-3 decision, rejected Amgen Inc.'s argument that because the Connecticut Retirement Plans and Trust Funds, represented by Frederick, asserted fraud-on-the-market...
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