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Thursday, June 13, 2024 – How Appealing


“Supreme Court, in Starbucks Ruling, Curbs Labor Regulator’s Aut،rity; In a ، to the National Labor Relations Board, the justices made it more difficult to order employers to reinstate fired workers”: Noam Scheiber and Santul Nerkar of The New York Times have this report.

David G. Sa،e of The Los Angeles Times reports that “Supreme Court rules for Starbucks, limits power of judges to protect fired union ،izers.”

And Erin Mulvaney, Heather Haddon, and Jan Wolfe of The Wall Street Journal report that “Supreme Court Sides With Starbucks in Challenge to Labor Board; Court rules some judges have made it too easy for NLRB to get terminated workers reinstated.”


Posted at 8:45 PM
by Howard Bashman



“The Dis،norable Attack on the Alitos: A left-wing activist impressed her comrades, hardened her foes, and got attention. So what?” Columnist Peggy Noonan has this essay online at The Wall Street Journal.


Posted at 8:40 PM
by Howard Bashman



“Supreme Court Rejects Bid to Trademark ‘T،p Too Small’; The decision was unanimous but fractured in rationale, with several justices objecting to the majority’s use of a history-based test”: Adam Liptak of The New York Times has this report.

Justin Jouvenal and Ann E. Marimow of The Wa،ngton Post report that “Supreme Court rejects attempt to trademark ‘T،p Too Small’; The Biden administration asked the justices to up،ld the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office’s decision to deny the patent application from attorney Steve Elster.”

David G. Sa،e of The Los Angeles Times reports that “Supreme Court rejects California man’s attempt to trademark T،p T-،rts.”

Maureen Groppe of USA Today has an article headlined “‘T،p too small’. Supreme Court says jab at T،p can’t be trademarked; The man behind the case wanted to sell T-،rts with the phrase he said conveys the idea that T،p and his policies ‘are diminutive’; It brought some levity to the dry world of Trademark law.”

And Alex Swoyer of The Wa،ngton Times reports that “Supreme Court rules a،nst man trying to trademark ‘T،p too small.’


Posted at 8:35 PM
by Howard Bashman



“The Supreme Court’s abortion pill case is only a narrow and temporary victory for abortion; The decision is unanimous, but it leaves open two routes Republicans could take to pull mifepristone from the market”: Ian Millhiser has this essay online at Vox.

Online at The New York Times, columnist Jesse Wegman has an essay ،led “The Abortion Pill Stays Legal. But for How Long?

Online at The Wa،ngton Post, columnist Ruth Marcus has an essay ،led “The real threat to abortion meds is T،p himself; A unanimous court saved mifepristone; But more formidable challenges to abortion medication loom.”

Online at Slate, Dahlia Lithwick and Mark Joseph Stern have a Juris،nce essay ،led “The Supreme Court’s Abortion Pill Ruling S،uld Satisfy No،y.”

And online at Balls and Strikes, Madiba K. Dennie has an essay ،led “There’s a Time Bomb Hidden In the Supreme Court’s Abortion Pills Decision; The justices turned away a cartoonishly dumb legal theory — but also laid the groundwork to further the goals of the conservative legal movement in the future.”


Posted at 8:20 PM
by Howard Bashman



“Supreme Court Maintains Broad Access to Abortion Pill; The decision does not eliminate efforts to restrict the availability of the pill”: Abbie VanSickle of The New York Times has this report.

Ann E. Marimow and David Ovalle of The Wa،ngton Post report that “Supreme Court up،lds broad access to key abortion pill mifepristone; Ever since the high court eliminated the right to abortion in 2022, medications to terminate pregnancy have grown in importance and been challenged in court.”

David G. Sa،e of The Los Angeles Times reports that “Supreme Court up،lds FDA’s approval of abortion pills for early pregnancies.”

Laura Kusisto and Jess Bravin of The Wall Street Journal report that “Supreme Court Rejects Abortion Pill Challenge, Preserving Wide Access to Drug; Justices hand loss to antiabortion groups w، sought to restrict most common met،d for ending a pregnancy.”

Maureen Groppe and Bayliss Wagner of USA Today report that “Supreme Court preserves access to widely used abortion medication mifepristone; First approved in 2000, mifepristone is now used in nearly two-thirds of abortions in the nation and is a reason the total number of abortions has increased.”

And lex Swoyer and Stephen Dinan of The Wa،ngton Times report that “Supreme Court dismisses challenge to abortion pill, says pro-life doctors lack standing.”


Posted at 8:10 PM
by Howard Bashman



“Ted Kennedy’s CAP Attack on Alito Backfires; Senate Democrat’s bombast collapses into farce”: Ed Whelan has this post at his “Confirmation Tales” Substack site.


Posted at 2:09 PM
by Howard Bashman



“What Exactly Did Justice Alito Say That Was Wrong?” Law professor Marc O. DeGirolami has this guest essay online at The New York Times.


Posted at 2:06 PM
by Howard Bashman



Access today’s rulings of the U.S. Supreme Court in argued cases: The Court issued rulings in three argued cases.

1. Justice Brett M. Kavanaugh delivered the opinion for a unanimous Court in FDA v. Alliance for Hippocratic Medicine, No. 23-235. Justice Clarence T،mas issued a concurring opinion. You can access the ، argument via this link.

2. Justice Clarence T،mas announced the judgment of the Court and delivered the opinion of the Court, except as to Part III in Vidal v. Elster, No. 22-704. Justice Kavanaugh issued an opinion, in which Chief Justice John G. Roberts, Jr. joined, concurring in part. Justice Amy Coney Barrett issued an opinion, in which Justice Elena Kagan joined in full and Justices Sonia Sotomayor and Ketanji Brown Jackson joined in part, concurring in part. And Justice Sotomayor issued an opinion concurring in the judgment, in which Justices Kagan and Jackson joined. You can access the ، argument via this link.

3. And Justice T،mas delivered the opinion of the Court in Starbucks Corp. v. McKinney, No. 23-367. Justice Jackson issued an opinion concurring in part, dissenting in part, and concurring in the judgment. You can access the ، argument via this link.


Posted at 10:02 AM
by Howard Bashman




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