Keep Your Orange Robe at Home

    From the Wall Street Journal: Should judges be allowed to embellish their robes or wear different colors? For Florida’s highest court, the issue is black and white, or make that solid black. The Florida Supreme Court approved a rule requiring..

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    A Light-Hearted Look into the Mind of Justice Breyer

        From the Wall Street Journal: Appearing on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert,” Justice Stephen Breyer on Monday suggested that if cameras were allowed into the Supreme Court, viewing Americans might get a distorted impression of the cases being argued...

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      Mark Cuban v. the SEC

        Vocal billionaire and owner of the Dallas Mavericks took the opportunity to speak out against the Securities and Exchange Commission (the “SEC”) ‘in-house’ administrative judges (appointed by the SEC), as opposed to Federal District Court judges (appointed by the President..

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        Your Raisins or Your Life

          In a recent case decided by the United States Supreme Court (Horne v. Department of Agriculture), The Court agreed to hear the matter of plaintiffs and raisin farmers Marvin and Laura Horne who refused to meet the crop reserve requirement..

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