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Court grants review in federal employee’s filing deadlines case
ShareThe Supreme Court on Friday afternoon agreed to take up another case exploring the distinction between deadlines that are jurisdictional – so that courts cannot hear a case if they are not met – and …
On , by Amy Howe, 331 words
The morning read for Friday, December 8
ShareEach weekday, we select a short list of news articles, commentary, and other noteworthy links related to the Supreme Court. Here’s the Friday morning read: Supreme Court justices to discuss whether to hear abortion pill …
On , by Ellena Erskine, 122 words
The limits of Title VII protection with Madeline Meth
ShareIn this video, Nate Mowry interviews Madeline Meth of Boston University School of Law, one of the lawyers representing a police sergeant in her employment discrimination case against the city of St. Louis. The post …
On , by Amy Howe, 58 words