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“Fundamental Principles Should Not Be Up for Grabs”: Justice Elena Kagan Reflects on the Supreme Court
“Fundamental Principles Should Not Be Up for Grabs”: Justice Elena Kagan Reflects on the Supreme Court

Justice Elena Kagan threw subtle shade at her fellow justices on the Supreme Court during her conversation with Dean Hari Osofsky as the visiting scholar for the Howard J. Trienens lecture at Northwestern Law School on September 14, 2022. The Supreme Court only has a mandate ...

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    In two recent cases, the U.S. Supreme Court handed down rulings that favored employees based upon the Court’s interpretation of the Federal ...

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  • OSHA’s Vaccine Mandate Struck Down by Supreme Court, Now Withdrawn

    On January 13, 2022, The Supreme Court of the United States issued an opinion rejecting the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s Emergency ...

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    The U.S. Supreme Court recently denied an injunction to stay enforcement of Senate Bill 8 , the Texas law that bans abortion once a fetal “heartbeat” ...

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    The total athletics revenue reported among all National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) athletics departments in 2019 was $18.9 billion . ...

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  • The Impact of the Notorious R.B.G. Will Be Felt for Years

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  • Midwest High Court: Religious Employers May Discriminate Against—But Not Abuse—Their Employees

    Sandor Demkovich was a music director at a suburban Chicago Catholic church before he was fired from his position in 2014 after just two years of ...

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  • “Religious” Employees Have Been Stripped of Their Rights. How Should They and Their Employers Respond?

    The Supreme Court is often tasked with discerning where to draw the line when civil rights and religious liberty come into conflict. Earlier this ...

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    Contraceptive coverage under employer-provided healthcare plans has been an issue of fierce debate over the past decade. Earlier this month, the ...

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