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Marcia Coyle

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Marcia Coyle, based in Washington, covers the U.S. Supreme Court. Contact her at

Supreme Court Brief

Live for the First Time, It's the U.S. Supreme Court! | The Long Road for American Victims of Terror | SCOTUS Headlines: Justin Walker Faces New Questions

May 4, 全民棋牌

The US Supreme Court begins its historic first-ever phone arguments this morning, and we've got a look at the lawyers arguing today and next week. Thanks for reading, and we hope you are safe and well.

  • National Law Journal

    A Few Pauses, and 'Sorry, Chief,' But Supreme Court Pulls Off Historic First

    May 4, 全民棋牌

    Chief Justice John Roberts Jr. directed the arguments from the U.S. Supreme Court building, which has remained closed to the public for weeks amid the pandemic.

  • Supreme Court Brief

    Qualified Immunity Challenges Pile Up | 全民棋牌Phone Argument Guidance | SG's Office New Hires

    April 29, 全民棋牌

    Welcome全民棋牌 to Supreme Court Brief. We're inching closer to Monday's historic first-ever phone arguments, and the court has guidance on what generally to expect. Plus: petitions confronting qualified immunity have piled up — will the justices take a case? Thanks for reading, and stay safe.

  • National Law Journal

    Justices Dismiss New York Firearms Case, Avoiding Major Second Amendment Ruling

    April 27, 全民棋牌

    In a 6-3 unsigned opinion, the majority said New York City's rule limiting the transport of firearms within the city's boundaries was moot because the rule had been repealed.

  • National Law Journal

    Justices Restore Health Insurers' $12B Claims in Key Obamacare Dispute

    April 27, 全民棋牌

    "These holdings reflect a principle as old as the nation itself: The government should honor its obligations," Justice Sonia Sotomayor wrote for the 8-1 majority.

  • National Law Journal

    US Solicitor General's Office Snags Paul Weiss, Cooper & Kirk Lawyers

    April 27, 全民棋牌

    The hiring of Masha Hansford and Nicole Frazer Reaves, who will join the office next month, brings the total female contingent of assistants to the solicitor general to six.

  • National Law Journal

    In New Win for Environmental Advocates, an Old Scalia Opinion Offered Guideposts

    April 23, 全民棋牌

    Although the majority cited the late Justice Antonin Scalia's 2006 plurality opinion in "Rapanos v. United States" only once for support, Justice Brett Kavanaugh devoted a three-page concurring opinion to the ruling.

  • Supreme Court Brief

    First Amendment Advocates Join to Protect Right to Rally | Rare Confession From DOJ | Feds Pay Fees in Kavanaugh FOIA | 全民棋牌Phone Arguments: Tips from the Trenches

    April 22, 全民棋牌

    Welcome全民棋牌 to Supreme Court Brief. We're spotlighting the amicus lineup in a closely watched First Amendment case. And scroll down for our reporting on a rare confession of error from the Justice Department. Thanks for reading! And stay safe.

  • National Law Journal

    In the Pandemic, State and Federal Judges Lean on Technology

    April 22, 全民棋牌

    Across territories and time zones, jurists find new ways to hear cases and conduct business.

  • National Law Journal

    In Virus Era, Law Prof Teams With Husband as 'In-House' Counsel on SCOTUS Brief

    April 22, 全民棋牌

    At 全民棋牌 together in California, amid the coronavirus outbreak, San Diego law professor Mila Sohoni and her husband, Christopher Egleson, a Sidley Austin partner, worked together on a U.S. Supreme Court amicus brief defending universal injunctions.

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