Headlines Tagged with Scotus — 1,362 headlines found
“She wore fur coats and smoked two packs of Marlboros a day; her government-issued car got about 15 miles per gallon of gasoline,” The Post once wrote...died of cancer in 2004 at age 62.
Feb 1, 2017 Washington Post
added Feb 4, 2017 18:29
Neil M. Gorsuch (briefed)...Conwood presented sufficient evidence that USTC's conduct rose above isolated tortious activity and was exclusionary without a legitimate business justification. The evidence also sufficiently showed that USTC's actions injur
May 15, 2002 Findlaw
added Feb 2, 2017 16:33
a seasoned antitrust litigator whose record as an attorney and a jurist shows he would not flinch at taking on the most complicated ... secured a $1.05 billion jury verdict for a client from U.S. Tobacco Co., an award that was later upheld by...
Feb 1, 2017 Law360
added Feb 2, 2017 16:29
Presumptive Republican Party presidential nominee Donald Trump’s list for potential U.S. Supreme Court nominees is heavy on federal appellate judges and former clerks for conservative justices and light on big names in politics and private practice.
May 19, 2016 National Law Journal
added May 21, 2016 01:06
Prohibiting smoking in bars and restaurants while allowing it in satellite gambling facilities does not violate the Indiana Constitution, the state's highest court ruled Monday. The decision comes several months after the Indiana Court of Appeals found t
Apr 12, 2016 Indianapolis (IN) Star
added Apr 12, 2016 22:20
He then joined the law firm of Arnold & Porter, where he was a partner from 1985 to 1989 and from 1992 to 1993
Mar 18, 2016 US Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit
added Mar 18, 2016 20:43
Arnold & Porter LLP roared in support as a onetime colleague was chosen to fill a big chair on the U.S. Supreme Court ... died of lung cancer can seek punitive damages against R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. on strict liability and...
Mar 17, 2016 Law360
added Mar 18, 2016 20:31
Garland, currently chief judge on the US Court of Appeals in Washington, D.C., is known for backing federal agencies like FDA and the Environmental Protection Agency against legal challenges on health-related cases. And although he does not have a long
Mar 16, 2016 statnews.com
added Mar 17, 2016 17:44
“We the People,” not “We the People and the Corporations.”...Corporations have seized on this equivalence with being a “person,” to escape...even strong regulation or prohibition of tobacco advertising that pushes a product known to take 400,000 American
Feb 22, 2016 Eurasia Review (blog)
added Feb 27, 2016 16:58
Roberts noted that Scalia argued a case only once. (It was a 1976 dispute involving tobacco company Dunhill and the Cuban government, as well as businesses that took over firms forced out during the Cuban Revolution.) "He prevailed, establishing a perfec
Feb 22, 2016 Politico
added Feb 27, 2016 16:29