... Laughter can be serious business at the U.S. Supreme Court, especially on...
U.S. Supreme Court arguments over the constitutional power to make and implement treaties took a dramatic turn Tuesday when Solicitor General Donald Verrilli Jr. warned justices that a ruling interpr
Norton Rose Fulbright's hourly rates are the latest sideshow to litigation over how Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus treats its elephants. Plus more in this week's column
An amicus brief by Stephen Sachs, who teaches at Duke University School of Law, was the subject a seemingly unprecedented order by the justices last week instructing lawyers on both sides of the case
...here for this morning." Kagan’s remark prompted laughter instead of disappointed grimaces as the morning progressed without the Court issuing...
The undercurrent of excitement that energized the courtroom audience for the first day of argument in the same-sex marriage cases did not wane on Wednesday, as the justices took up the challenge to t
Gay marriage advocates, hoping for constitutional recognition of their right to wed, encountered a cautious and sometimes skeptical U.S. Supreme Court during arguments Tuesday on California's same-se
...34;I don't know what you are talking about." As laughter erupted in the court chamber, Breyer struggled to describe what it is...
The Supreme Court on Wednesday continued its extensive exploration of class action litigation, handing a rare victory to plaintiffs in one case while hearing arguments in another that could come down
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