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Justice John Roberts is the current Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court. Chief Justice Roberts was appointed by President George Bush in 2005 and is considered a member of the Court's... more +
Justice John Roberts is the current Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court. Chief Justice Roberts was appointed by President George Bush in 2005 and is considered a member of the Court's conservative bloc. less -

Spokeo Scenarios: With Scalia’s death, Additional Possibilities Cloud Resolution of the Standing Question

by Goodwin on

As an ongoing update to our coverage of the Spokeo case, today we look at what could happen in the case where, with Justice Scalia’s recent death coming after oral argument but before an opinion was issued, the court’s new...more

The Shape of (Discovery) Things To Come?

by Reed Smith on

We assume that all of our readers by now know that significant changes to the federal discovery rules went into effect on December 1, 2015. We’ve posted about them frequently. We’re not going to bore you by describing the...more

Supreme Analysis: Chief Justice John Roberts on E-Discovery

by Exterro, Inc. on

Since December 1st there have been numerous articles written on what the changes to the FRCP might mean for those of us working in E-Discovery. But if you really want to know the scoop, go straight to the top. The Supreme...more

BakerHostetler 2013 Year-End Review of Class Actions (and what to expect in 2014)

by BakerHostetler on

I. Introduction - Library shelves will someday swell with history books about the U.S. Supreme Court under the leadership of Chief Justice John Roberts. No doubt sensational cases about corporate speech, national...more

Viewer's Guide to Gay Marriage Oral Arguments  [Video]

by Bloomberg Law on

Mar. 22 (Bloomberg Law) -- Tom Goldstein, partner at Goldstein & Russell, PC and founder of SCOTUSblog, talks with Bloomberg Law's Lee Pacchia about the two gay marriage cases being argued before the Supreme Court next week....more

Nina Totenberg: SCOTUS Secrets, Leaks & Pizza with Scalia [Video]

by Bloomberg Law on

July 11 (Bloomberg Law) -- U.S. Supreme Court justices are "really worried" about leaks, NPR legal affairs correspondent Nina Totenberg tells Bloomberg Law's Lee Pacchia. Media reports about Chief Justice John Roberts...more

The Supreme Court and the ACA: 5-4? Really? What the decision is about. And not about.

by The Harlow Group LLC on

The Roberts Court brought the curtain down on a fractious Term in a stranger-than-fiction kinda way. Roberts' opinion in the health reform case has been declared by many to be a high-minded approach to doing the right thing...more

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