Searching for Justice Neil Gorsuch: A Primer

Apr 17, 2017 By: Max Milstein

After being sworn in as a Supreme Court Justice, Neil Gorsuch sat for oral argument for the first time today. Readers of

Supreme Court says no to federal jurisdiction in short-selling spat

May 16, 2016 By: Peter Hamner

The U.S. Supreme Court has held that a lawsuit alleging a group of securities brokerages violated New Jersey anti-racketeering and common law by making unauthorized short sales belongs in state court, saying the dispute does not “arise under” federal securities law.

Supreme Court favors Muslim woman in Abercrombie discrimination suit

Jun 17, 2015 By: Tricia Gorman

By Tricia Gorman, Managing Editor, Westlaw Journals From Westlaw Journal Employment: A Muslim woman who says Abercrombie & Fitch did not hire

If the boss makes you do it, is the activity compensable under the FLSA?

Mar 24, 2015 By: Sandra Johnson

The Fair Labor Standards Act, 29 U.S.C. § 201, says an employer is not required to compensate an employee for time spent

Supreme Court expands whistleblower protection

Feb 26, 2015 By: Jeffrey S. Ettenger

The U.S. Supreme Court, in a split decision, has affirmed the decision of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit

SCOTUS’s standard of review in Windsor will determine the future of same-sex marriage

Jan 2, 2013 By: Jeremy Byellin

Which of the scrutiny standards that the Supreme Court uses to evaluate DOMA (rational basis, heightened rational basis, or intermediate scrutiny) will determine the future of same-sex marriage at the state level.