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AG Schimel files brief to U.S. Supreme Court in redistricting case
In a 34-page brief filed Friday ... General Schimel is misinterpreting the appeals court ruling. Cheda said along with creating a map that caused Democratic votes to be wasted, the three-prong test also shows Wisconsin Republicans intended to create.

Thursday round-up - SCOTUSblog (blog)
For USA Today, Richard Wolf reports that when the justices hear four cases this fall in which the Trump administration has asked them to reverse decisions of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit, “the Supreme Court will wade into a political.

Browser Beware: Second Circuit Sizes Up 'Reasonable Smartphone User' in Uber Dispute - New York Law Journal (registration)
It occurred when public Wi -Fi provider Purple briefly inserted a new clause into its usual terms and conditions, requiring users to do 1,000 hours of community service in exchange for free Wi -Fi. Thousands of users ... In a recent case in the Southern.

Weekly litigation report — September 2, 2017 - Pacific Legal Foundation (PLF) (press release) (blog)
Thursday Pacific Legal Foundation filed its Reply Brief in Marquette County Road Commission v. EPA, a case now pending before the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals in Cincinnati. ... We filed an amicus brief in the Supreme Court, joined by our friends.

Cocaine Law Can Still Jail Pregnant Women - urbanmilwaukee
The parties filed appellate briefs over the summer, but no date for oral argument is set; a decision could come months or even a year after argument. Meanwhile, pregnant women in Wisconsin remain subject to a law that may very well be unconstitutional.

Police: Wisconsin man caused home blast to mask wife killing - WTHR
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — A white supremacist who was sentenced to death in the 2015 massacre of nine black worshippers has told a federal appeals court he wants to fire his appellate attorneys because one of them is Jewish and the other is Indian. In a.

Will This Term of Wisconsin’s Supreme Court Be the Last for Agency Deference in Wisconsin?
Apr. 24, 2017), an appeal from the Wisconsin Tax Commission, the court asked the parties to brief a similar issue ... in Wisconsin’s sales-and-use-tax statute. The court of appeals had applied “great weight deference” to the commission’s.

Texas backs Wisconsin in battle to protect partisan gerrymandering - Texas Tribune
Last year, a federal appeals court ruled that the way Wisconsin Republicans drew district lines was so nakedly partisan that it violated the U.S. Constitution. Paxton's brief argues that letting that decision stand “invites openly partisan policy.

Trump's impact felt in Supreme Court labor rights cases - USA TODAY
When the court was asked to hear three cases on labor arbitration agreements last September, Barack Obama was president, Hillary Clinton was heavily favored to succeed him, and federal appeals court Judge Merrick Garland was in line to replace the late.

AG Schimel files brief to US Supreme Court in redistricting case - WKOW
MADISON (WKOW) -- With U.S. Supreme Court oral arguments in the state redistricting case set for October 3, the Wisconsin Department of Justice formally responded to claims the Assembly and Senate district maps drawn by Republicans in 2011 are ... Both.

Homeowners don't have to let assessors onto their property to challenge tax bills, state Supreme Court rules - Madison.com
A judge dismissed the lawsuit and a state appellate court upheld his decision. The state Supreme Court reversed that ruling. Writing for the majority, Justice Dan Kelly said Milewski and ... Milewski and MacDonald, issued a statement calling the.

National Briefs: Wisconsin district attorney dies unexpectedly - Minnesota Lawyer
AUSTIN, Texas — Republican Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is asking a federal appeals court for an emergency order blocking a lower ruling that kept Texas' new anti-”sanctuary cities” law from taking effect. In a filing Tuesday, Paxton requested&nbsp.

Wisconsin's cap on medical malpractice awards unconstitutional, courts rules - Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Court rules Wisconsin law limiting medical malpractice payouts is unconstitutional Madison.com.


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