'What seems to be lost on many here is that the Supreme Court of the United States already has this covered.'
'The court has already accepted 31 cases for review in what is going to be an action-packed October 2021 term.'
'At trial, it became clear that Avenatti's life had become stealing from one hand (here, his clients) to pay other hands.'
'Whether in China or the United States, any crackdown on technology is going to have an effect that reverberates through the entire economy.'
'Public outrage aside, the bar to impeach a sitting Supreme Court justice is significantly higher than most people would imagine.'
The Supreme Court's Refusal to Hear the Washington State Florist Case Is More Important Than You Think
'Hearing Arlene's Flowers would have been a chance for the court either to draw a line in the sand or to erase a perceived one.'
'What comes next is the right combination of parties and cases making their way back to the Supreme Court.'
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'While social media can cancel anyone they want at any time, cancel culture doesn’t legally extend to the workplace.'
'If the WTA further digs in on a legally untenable position, where we may be heading is to court - and not the red clay kind.'
'The opaque nature of the circumstances is the perfect breeding ground for stories to take on a life of their own.'