Infographic Coverage of the Supreme Court
October 2018 Term:
Welcome to the 2018-2019 term! Stay tuned for new decisions.
Is the government a “person” who can request a “covered business method” patent review?
Are Title VII charge-filing rules “jurisdictional”?
Are selective abortions that Indiana tried to outlaw a continuation of the late eugenics movement?
Can Bartlett sue the arresting officers for retaliation even if the officers had probable cause to arrest him?
Can Home Depot get the case moved from state court to federal court?
A member of the Crow Tribe of Montana maintains a treaty right to hunt elk in Wyoming’s Bighorn National Forest.
Drug manufacturers must make a strong showing to prove FDA preemption defeats plaintiffs’ failure to warn claims.
Did Hunt, a relator in a False Claims Act case, file the case on time?
Can iPhone App Store purchasers sue Apple for commission fees charged to app developers?
Did the federal government violate law when it added a citizenship question to the Census?
Can the federal government refuse to trademark “FUCT” or is the mark protected speech despite that it may be scandalous or vulgar?
Bucklew cannot avoid Missouri’s standard execution method because of his medical condition.
Washington cannot apply the state’s fuel tax law to the Yakama Tribe fuel importer because it violates an 1855 treaty.
Is the cy pres class action award valid?
Should the Supreme Court overrule longstanding precedent on agency deference?
Is the law firm a debt collector or just a party seeking foreclosure?
Can the company be liable if it shipped parts that later received asbestos insulation?
Did Virginia draw the voting maps in compliance with federal law?
Will railroad employees have to help pay taxes on the money they receive if they’re injured at work?
Is the death row inmate “insane” meaning he cannot be executed?
October 2017 Term:
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