Marcia Coyle covers national legal issues, including the U.S. Supreme Court, as Chief Washington Correspondent for The National Law Journal. She also is a regular contributor of Supreme Court analysis to PBS' The NewsHour.
District of Columbia Superior Court Judge Natalia Combs Greene received a rare public rebuke last month from a judicial review commission about her temperament. Plus more in this week's column
Frequent flyers may experience the occasional bump from a full flight, but what do they do if they get bumped out of their frequent-flyer program? Well, they end up in the U.S. Supreme Court, of cour
The state of Michigan, backed by more than a dozen other states, on Monday urged the U.S. Supreme Court to curtail Indian tribes' immunity from lawsuits over their commercial activities
A legal battle between the state of Michigan and an Indian tribe over a casino has put the sovereign immunity of all Indian tribes at risk in the U.S. Supreme Court
In a major win for the nuclear power industry, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit ordered the government to quit collecting annual fees from nuclear plant owners for the disposal of radio
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An unusual attempt to win review of the National Security Agency?s surveillance of domestic telephone records failed in the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday
Justice Samuel Alito Jr. on Monday sharply criticized a federal judge in New York for his practice of requiring class action counsel to reflect the racial and gender composition of their class member
Lawyers for a union and the Obama Administration on Wednesday urged the U.S. Supreme Court to hold that neutrality agreements between employers and unions seeking to organize their workforces are leg
A political life might have seemed a logical path for Brian Matsui, given his parents' career choice. But the Morrison & Foerster partner and former Supreme Court clerk preferred a different adversar
The U.S. Supreme Court, in two different cases in little more than a week, has refused to review decisions by the Oklahoma Supreme Court striking down some of the most restrictive abortion laws in th
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