The Supreme Court, applying a doctrine that urges strict separation of authority among the federal government’s three branches, invalidated June 21 a statutory scheme that excludes politically-appointed functionaries from intellectual property disputes.
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In July 2021 the Colorado Supreme Court – Office of the Presiding Disciplinary Judge issued opinions in 13 attorney regulation cases.
A long battle over a Hawai’i local government’s pollution to the ocean via groundwater ended late last week with a federal judge’s order making clear that the discharges are illegal if not authorized by regulators.
Americans who owe back taxes of five figures or more might not be able to travel with a passport after a July 20 opinion from the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals.
A fan lawsuit seeking a refund for Houston Astros season tickets after the 2017 World Series sign-stealing scandal is out of court.
The Court of Appeals on July 15 ruled in Marriage of Young, deciding a magistrate needed to reconsider whether one party was voluntarily underemployed.
The Colorado Court of Appeals on July 8 ruled in People v. Valera-Castillo, People v. Landis, People in Interest of K.S.E. and others.
D.C. Circuit: FERC Must Confirm Pipeline Developer’s Claim That Natural Gas Transport Infrastructure is...
A federal appeals court in D.C. ruled that FERC must verify that a natural gas pipeline is necessary before granting a developer a permit.
Federal Appeals Court, in Scrutinized Hydroelectric Facility Case, Orders FERC Caution Before Agency Finds...
The 4th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled July 2 that FERC improperly determined N.C. waived its right to set water quality for the Haw River.
The 1st U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled July 1 that a lawsuit alleging Exxon-Mobil failed to prepare an oil storage facility for climate change impacts should go to trial.