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February 16, 2012 - Opinions for the Florida Supreme Court
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February 16, 2012 - Opinions for the Florida Supreme Court
Algorithm Predicts SCOTUS Case Outcomes; Beat It in FantasySCOTUS
An Odd Motion, Ariz.'s Botched Execution, and the Supreme Court
Is It Already 'Too Late' for Justice Ginsburg to Retire-
Off Again, On Again: Execution to Proceed After SCOTUS Nixes 9th
Roundup: SCOTUS and the City, Fall Docket, Death Penalty Drugs
Roundup: 'Interim' Marriages, More Marriage Cases, Cal. Cert. x2-
Are Fisher and Affirmative Action Returning to SCOTUS-
Handicapping the Gay Marriage Race to SCOTUS: 3 Factors
Roundup: Utah Appeal, Obamacare's Next SCOTUS Date, Roberts Lied-
The Fallout: Abortion Buffer Zones, Hobby Lobby, Goodbye Ginsburg-
SCOTUS Grants Emergency Injunction in Form 700 Case
Harris v. Quinn: No Big Deal or Slow War Against Public Unions-
Hobby Lobby: SCOTUS Says Corporations Have Religious Rights
Abortion Protest Buffer Zone Struck Down in Weird Opinion
Obama Loses in Recess Appointment Case; So Does Scalia
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News and Articles
July Bar Journal
Wisconsin's highest court upheld a law ending most collective-bargaining rights for government employees in the state, a blow for public-sector unions that have been stymied in their efforts to reverse the controversial measure championed by Republican Gov. Scott Walker.
Former Taliban captive Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl will be read his rights next week when he is questioned by an Army investigator, an Army official said Thursday.
The House of Representatives on Wednesday voted 225-201 to authorize Republican Speaker John Boehner to bring a lawsuit against the Obama administration accusing the president of overstepping his legal authority. Here are answers to some frequently asked questions about the unprecedented constitutional battle unfolding in Washington.
Students contemplating a legal career still place a high premium on law school rankings?with some reporting they would rather attend a top school even if they got no financial aid at all, according to a survey out this week from Kaplan Test Prep.
Connecticut Highest court ruled on Wednesday that the Fourth Amendment allows police to detain the companions of criminal suspects without probable cause, when officer safer is threatened.
The AM Roundup: Law Blog rounds up the morning's news.
House lawmakers voted Wednesday to authorize House SpeakerJohn Boehner to file suit against President Barack Obama on a complaint that he had overstepped his legal authority, setting up a possible constitutional test and giving both parties a potent campaign issue to take home for the five-week congressional recess.
A U.S. District Judge on Wednesday denied motions by the city's five police unions to be treated as defendants in the landmark stop-and-frisk lawsuit.
DENVER?A law granting driver's licenses to undocumented immigrants is set to take effect Friday in Colorado, but the state is facing some challenges as it seeks to handle a wave of people interested in applying for the documents. Other states with large immigrant populations, such as California and Illinois, are also dealing with complications and high demands as they move to implement similar laws.
A federal judge in New York ordered
Bank of America Corp. to pay $1.27 billion as a penalty for a case involving Countrywide Financial Corp.'s "Hustle" mortgage program.
Detroit's emergency manager has abandoned his support for a court-appointed monitor that would keep tabs on the city's effort to cut $7 billion in long-term obligations and put its finances on sounder footing.
Taking the bar exam is nerve-racking enough. But in multiple states this week, many would-be lawyers who sat for the lengthy test had to cope with a whole new level of stress after a software processing glitch temporarily prevented students from submitting their answers.
New regulation stemming from the financial crisis has cost the six largest U.S. banks $70.2 billion as of the end of last year, according to a new study.
The AM Roundup: Law Blog rounds up the morning's news.
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It took years for prosecutors to bring a criminal case and win a conviction against five former employees who worked for Bernard L. Madoff. It will likely take several months more before the case is completely resolved. U.S. District Judge Laura Taylor Swain, who presided over the trial that ended with convictions in March, had already postponed the sentencing of the five ex-employees until September and then said at a Tuesday hearing that another unspecified delay was needed to deal with several complex legal issues. ?It is essential that justice be done,? Judge Swain said during a lengthy hearing in Manhattan federal court. ?So yes, we will go down this road.?
A federal appeals court on Tuesday declared declared unconstitutional a two-year-old Mississippi law that opponents claimed would effectively shut down the state's only abortion clinic.
Over the past decade U.S. law firms representing both sides in this week's $50 billion Yukos arbitration ruling racked up tens of millions of dollars in billings.
The U.S. Export-Import Bank has dismissed three employees in recent months and placed a fourth on administrative leave amid investigations into possible kickbacks and improper awards of government contracts, the agency's chief said Tuesday.
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BUENOS AIRES?The U.S. judge presiding over a high-stakes lawsuit involving defaulted Argentine debt has allowed Argentina to make a one-time payment this week on bonds issued under the South American country's law.
Google's effort to register the word ?Glass? as a trademark for its computer-powered glasses appears to have cleared a major roadblock.

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