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Wed 30 Jul, 2014

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Wondering what the Court will hear next term? Check out Oyez's 2014 list of cases thus far

What happens when you invite Justice Ginsburg to your wedding? She responds.

Looking for a detailed explanation of the Supreme Court decision in Fifth Third v. Dudenhoeffer? Watch our latest video

Conflicting rulings from appellate courts last week nearly guarantees Obamacare landing before the Supreme Court once again

What does the Aereo decision mean for the future of the cloud?

Find out which of the Justices has a theatrical past

Mon 28 Jul, 2014

Attorney Debbie Davidson (Morgan, Lewis & Blockius LLP) gives a detailed explanation of the recent Supreme Court case Fifth Third Bancorp v. Dudenhoeffer. The case, which was decided on June 25, 2014, affects employee retirement plan stock options.

Wed 23 Jul, 2014

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Chief Justice Roberts calls opposing lawyers "friends" - does it make a difference?

What's happening in the Town of Greece after the recent Supreme Court ruling?

Might Congress pass a bill that would effectively overrule the Hobby Lobby decision?

One of the first cases the Court will hear in the October 2014 Term deals with prisoners' religious freedom

Ever wonder what the Supreme Court justices do in their downtime? Wonder no longer -- there's a map for that

Will Aereo's next idea prevent its own untimely end?

Wed 16 Jul, 2014

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In case you missed it: Find all of our videos explaining the decisions from this Supreme Court Term in one place

The Supreme Court chose not to hear the appeal of Google's Street View case, leaving Google vulnerable to lawsuits for collecting personal data

The Supreme Court will hear a case challenging UPS's refused accommodation for a pregnant employee

Hobby Lobby, Corporations & Constitutional Rights, by Prof. Christopher Schmidt

The Justices appeared less divided than usual this term, but Adam Liptak says that the numbers may be misleading

Thu 3 Jul, 2014

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Our director, Professor Christopher Schmidt, explains the Hobby Lobby ruling and its implications

Learn more about the Supreme Court's decision in the Aereo case from Prof. Ed Lee in this video

A unanimous Supreme Court holds that police need a warrant to search the cell phone of an arrestee. Prof. Godfrey explains in our video

The Supreme Court ruled to limit the president's recess appointment power. Prof. Greenberg explores the ruling in our video

Professor Schmidt discusses corporate rights in light of this week's ruling in favor of Hobby Lobby