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Court Weighs Teva Pharmaceuticals USA, Inc., V. Sandoz, Inc.

The patent community eagerly awaits this decisions.

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Supreme Court Blocks Texas Abortion Law

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The Supreme Court vacated an order of the Fifth Circuit which had allowed the State of Texas to proceed with enforcement of a law that places onerous restrictions on facilities that provide abortions

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Court Weighs Kansas v. Nebraska And Colorado

The case was surrounding Water Law.

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Coming Up Wednesday at the Supreme Court

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The Supreme Court will hear arguments in two cases on Wednesday – the first involves a patent dispute and the second looks at the appeals process for death-row inmates

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High Court Hears Antitrust Case Sparked By Teeth-Whitening

The FTC argues that the Dental Examiners Board acted in violation of federal antitrust law by attempting to shut down its competitors.

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Coming Up Tuesday at the Supreme Court

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The Supreme Court will hear two cases on Tuesday – first a fight between states over river water, then a case about whether a state board of dentists is exempt from federal antitrust laws

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SCOTUS Argument – Should Employees Be Paid for Time Spent in Security Lines?

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Must an employer pay for the time employees spend in anti-theft security lines after their work shifts?

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Justice Kennedy Blocks Idaho, Nevada Same-Sex Marriage Rulings

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The move came after the state of Idaho filed a request for the Supreme Court to issue a stay of the ruling, a request that Kennedy quickly accepted.

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Supreme Court Considers Religious Freedom Rights of Prison Inmates

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Does the Arkansas Department of Corrections policy against facial hair violate the religious rights of Muslim prisoners?

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Legal Team For Muslim Inmate Satisfied With Oral Arguments In Beard Case

Following the oral arguments for Holt v. Hobbs, the plaintiff’s legal team believes the Supreme Court case will yield a “straight forward” decision.

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LISTEN: The World in 2:00 – October 20, 2014

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The U.S. transports Kurdish weapons to Kobani, disturbing reports of sexual violence in South Sudan and a very dirty Beijing Marathon.

Smithsonian Board Meeting Disrupted By Staff Seeking Wage Increases

Government employees protested for increased wages at the Smithsonian's annual Board of Regents meeting at the Smithsonian Hirschorn Museum, Oct. 20, 2014. (Photo by James Cullum)

Federal contract workers call for better pay and benefits at the annual Smithsonian Board of Regents meeting on Monday.

Rubio Plans To Pursue Travel Ban Legislation

Rubio plans to introduce the new legislation in November when the Senate returns to session.

Perez Avoids Avoids Attorney General Questions

Perez tried to steer the focus of inquiries back on his current job as the Secretary of Labor.

Wyoming AG: Same-Sex Marriages To Begin Tuesday

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The Wyoming attorney general said that the state would not file an appeal of the ruling that struck down the state’s ban on same-sex marriage.

Monica Lewinsky Joins Twitter

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“#HereWeGo,” Lewinsky tweeted.