Madigan v. Levin

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A Supreme Court DIG, and a Lesson About Appellate Jurisdiction

The first significant case affecting local governments in this new Supreme Court term – Madigan v. Levin – ended poorly. The Court resolved the case with a DIG – the Court dismissed it as improvidently granted. What...more

“Alleged Clothes,” “Things of Value,” and “Recess Appointments”: What’s In “Store” In The New Supreme Court Term

Last week started the 2013-2014 Term at the Supreme Court of the United States. While the hot issues last year were DOMA, Title VII (Vance v. Ball State University and University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center v....more

Supreme Court Decides Not To Decide Age Bias Circuit Split

This morning, on one of the first days of the 2013-2014 Term, the Supreme Court of the United States—as widely predicted—dismissed the writ of certiorari in an age discrimination case as improvidently granted. After hearing...more

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