The future of federal jurisdiction over waters and wetlands under the Clean Water Act hinges on a watershed US Supreme Court case scheduled for oral arguments Monday—the first case on the high court’s fall docket.
The US Supreme Court’s docket this term features a handful of cases with workplace implications, including an oil rig manager’s overtime pay dispute and high-profile suits over admissions policies at top universities.
As the US Supreme Court readies itself to hear a fight over Andy Warhol art in the first non-software copyright fair use case in decades, intellectual property practitioners wonder if the court will end a dry spell for patent cases.
A growing number of immigrant workers already beset by government backlogs now face an additional hurdle—their applications at US consulates and embassies are being put on hold pending further review from the State Department.
Promising trial results on Eisai Co. and Biogen Inc.‘s Alzheimer’s drug don’t discount the need for changes to the fast-track approval pathway the FDA is using to review the product, doctors and health policy analysts say.
Prince, Andy Warhol, and Fair Use at the Supreme Court
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