Tuesday round-up – SCOTUSblog
Posted Tue, August 13th, 2019 7:09 am by Edith Roberts
At FiveThirtyEight, Amelia Thomson-DeVeaux seems to be at a latest research displaying that “Individuals’ views of the Supreme Court docket have grown considerably much less favorable over time, and prior to now few months, an unusually giant partisan hole has opened up”; she means that “an uptick in partisan rancor might immediate the justices to tread fastidiously in a 12 months when [they] will already be addressing hot-button points like President Trump’s effort to finish Obama-era protections for younger undocumented immigrants and office discrimination primarily based on sexual orientation.”
Kevin Daley writes for The Day by day Caller that “Democratic Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse of Rhode Island filed a authorized temporary earlier than the Supreme Court docket in a problem to New York Metropolis’s gun transportation rules, advancing a broad indictment of the Roberts Court docket itself as he urged the justices to show away the NRA-backed case.”
At On Labor, Jonathan Harkavy notes that “[t]he upcoming Supreme Court docket time period is already brimming with consequential employment regulation points on its argument docket,” together with “a trio of retirement plan instances [that] might have an effect on the scope and method of ERISA regulation of retirement profit plans,” which “arrive at a essential time, simply because the boomer era is leaving the workforce and starting to stay on their anticipated retirement advantages.”
On the Chicago Day by day Regulation Bulletin (subscription required), Daniel Cotter discusses a latest cert petition through which the federal authorities has “requested the courtroom to seek out that undocumented immigrants topic to ‘expedited elimination’ don’t have any constitutional proper to judicial evaluation of asylum claims underneath the suspension clause.”
Within the newest episode of SCOTUStalk, Amy Howe talks to veteran Supreme Court docket litigator Paul Smith about oral advocacy earlier than the courtroom.
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