States cannot require public sector employees to pay union fees.
The California notice requirements affecting women’s health clinics are likely to violate the First Amendment.
Florida’s water rights case against Georgia can continue. It should not be dismissed for “redressability.”
Trump’s third version of the travel ban is not likely to violate federal law or the Constitution. The 9th Circuit’s decision halting the order is reversed.
The Sherman Act does not prohibit the Amex contract with the merchants because Ohio et al. have not shown anticompetitive effects on cardholders.
Only one of the Texas voting districts is an impermissible racial gerrymander.
The Supreme Court clarifies jurisdiction and judgeship in the court martial system.
Double Jeopardy (5th Amendment) does not prohibit the second trial against Currier because Currier agreed to split his case into two trials.
WesternGeco can get damages for the profits it lost abroad as a result of ION’s infringement of WesternGeco’s patent.
The government needs a 4th Amendment warrant (with probable cause) to get your cell phone location data.