The EPA challenges must start in federal district courts, despite federal government arguments that they should go directly to appeals courts.
Texas argues New Mexico is violating a 1938 agreement that allocates usage of the Rio Grande River water. New Mexico argues Texas doesn’t have a case. Will the Supreme Court dismiss it?
New Jersey wants to legalize sports betting, but a federal law says it can’t. Does the federal law violate the Constitution?
Oil States Energy Services lost its patent protection. Now it argues the administrative court did not have the Constitutional authority to take away its right. See if the case belonged in a “real” judicial court instead.
SAS challenged Matal’s patent, and the review board did not address all of SAS’s claims. Can the patent review board pick and choose the claims it will start a review for?
The appeals court had dismissed Charmaine Hamer’s appeal because it said the court was strictly bound by a filing deadline rule. The Supreme Court decided the rule is not a “jurisdictional” rule, so the court can work around it if necessary. Hamer wins.
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