Supreme Court Weighs Next Steps on Trump Immunity Bid
Cases and Controversies
by Bloomberg Law
6d ago
Supreme Court justices have a number of things to sort out before deciding whether to take up or reject the question of whether Donald Trump can be prosecuted for election interference. Should the justices give Trump another crack at the DC Circuit on his immunity claim? And how should they decide special counsel Jack Smith’s request to treat Trump’s appeal as a petition for a full review? Georgetown University Law Center professor Erica Hashimoto joins “Cases and Controversies” to unwrap the history, timing, and consequential decisions to come. Do you have feedback on this episode of Cases &a ..read more
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Historic Trump Ballot Argument Explored Numerous Paths
Cases and Controversies
by Bloomberg Law
1w ago
Supreme Court arguments in Colorado’s bid to remove Donald Trump from the state’s presidential primary ballot tested a number of legal principles and scenarios. The justices dove into the potential impact on their deliberations of a case from the 1860s as well as whether state governments have powers to effectively decide a presidential election. Cases and Controversies hosts Kimberly Robinson and Lydia Wheeler break down all the technical arguments from the Feb. 8 special session and where individual justices may be heading before voting takes place on March 5. Do you have feedback on this ep ..read more
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High Court ‘Friends’ Urge Caution in Trump Ballot Case
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by Bloomberg Law
3w ago
The Supreme Court will hold a special session Feb. 8 to consider whether Colorado can keep Donald Trump off the primary ballot. Notre Dame Law School professor Derek Muller joins Cases and Controversies to explain the legal issues at play and the potential impacts of a court ruling that fails to give a definitive answer before the presidential election. Do you have feedback on this episode of Cases and Controversies? Give us a call and leave a voicemail at 703-341-3690 ..read more
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Trump’s Supreme Court Case Raises Security Questions
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by Bloomberg Law
1M ago
Supreme Court justices will soon hear argument on Donald Trump’s appeal to stay on the Colorado primary ballot, but another question for the court is whether the former president will attend the proceedings. Trump has done so in other court hearings of late around the country, creating unprecedented security challenges. While the Supreme Court is used to heightened security for the justices, hosting Trump for such a blockbuster case would heighten the stakes. The court won’t say what security measures are planned for Feb. 8 whether Trump shows or not. Bloomberg Law’s judiciary reporter Suzanne ..read more
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With Chevron Doctrine Likely to Fall, What Comes Next?
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by Bloomberg Law
1M ago
The conservative-led Supreme Court seems primed to nix a bedrock principle governing the relationship between administrative agencies and federal courts. Cases and Controversies hosts Kimberly Robinson and Lydia Wheeler break down the 3 1/2-hour argument on Jan. 17 in Relentless Inc. v. Department of Commerce and Loper Bright Enterprises v. Raimondo. From the justices different understandings of the Chevron doctrine to uncertainties over a potential replacement for deference, the latest episode gets into all the details. Do you have feedback on this episode of Cases & Contro ..read more
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Trump, Agency Power Fights Tee-Up Historic Court Term
Cases and Controversies
by Bloomberg Law
1M ago
Big challenges to federal agency regulatory powers at the Supreme Court could end up as a footnote to what’s shaping up to be a momentous term. Hosts Lydia Wheeler and Kimberly Robinson discuss how the court set up a historic sitting in agreeing to hear Donald Trump’s fight to stay on the 2024 primary ballot in Colorado and a second abortion case. It was already a significant term with two challenges to the so-called administrative state, which many thought would garner the most attention. Those cases will be argued next week and Sam Sankar, senior vice president for programs at Earthjustice ..read more
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No Fly, Property Rights Start Supreme Court New Year
Cases and Controversies
by Bloomberg Law
1M ago
The Supreme Court’s January sitting starts Monday and most of the focus will center on administrative law cases. But important arguments on government gamesmanship and property rights are also on tap. Anastasia Boden of the Cato Institute joins Cases and Controversies to break down upcoming arguments. Do you have feedback on this episode of Cases and Controversies? Give us a call and leave a voicemail at 703-341-3690 ..read more
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Tense Exchanges, Big Supreme Court Argument Moments
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by Bloomberg Law
2M ago
Arguing at the Supreme Court is no walk in the park. The justices ask tough questions and give hypotheticals that can trip up even the most prepared advocate. As the year comes to a close, Cases and Controversies hosts Lydia Wheeler and Greg Stohr look back at the most memorable moments from Supreme Court arguments so far this term since the court follows its own calendar. There were some uncomfortable, even awkward, exchanges during the free speech fight over a “Trump too small” trademark, the challenge to the $6 billion bankruptcy settlement involving opioid manufacturer Purdue Pharma, and t ..read more
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Grants in Abortion, Jan. 6 Add to Momentous Term
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by Bloomberg Law
2M ago
The Supreme Court added two high profile disputes to its docket and suggested it will fast-track a third involving former President, adding to an already consequential term. Hosts Kimberly Robinson, Lydia Wheeler, and Greg Stohr discuss the new cases on access to the abortion drug mifepristone, a challenge to Jan. 6 prosecutions, and immunity for former President Donald Trump on his efforts to overturn the 2020 election. Do you have feedback on this episode of Cases & Controversies? Give us a call and leave a voicemail at 703-341-3690 ..read more
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Justices Suggest Narrow Ruling on SEC Enforcement
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by Bloomberg Law
3M ago
The Supreme Court appeared likely to require the Securities and Exchange Commission to bring certain enforcement actions in federal court, rather than resolve them in-house. The only question appeared to be whether the justices' ruling will ensnare other federal agencies.  Cases and Controversies hosts Kimberly Robinson and Greg Stohr discuss how the court might limit its ruling. Do you have feedback on this episode of Cases & Controversies? Give us a call and leave a voicemail at 703-341-3690 ..read more
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