Elena Kagan

  • Supreme Court allows ObamaCare to stand

    In what’s being hailed as the most-significant decision since Bush v. Gore in 2000, the Supreme Court decided this morning to uphold President Obama’s controversial health care overhaul.

  • Supreme Court strikes down much of Arizona immigration law

    The Supreme Court yesterday finally handed down its decision on one of the most highly anticipated issues on the docket. In Arizona et al v. United States, the high court struck down the three harshest parts of the nation’s strictest and most controversial immigration law, SB 1070, which was signed into...

  • Public approval of Supreme Court reaches new low

    Public approval of major social phenomena, the economy, politicians and appointed officials is always apt to wax and wane with time. For the U.S. Supreme Court, though, public opinion is currently waning like a crescent moon.

  • Copyright Clause case confirms Congress' control

    High court verifies Congress' power to expand or revise copyright protection

  • Labor: Was it retaliation?

    Earlier this year, the U.S. Supreme Court decided the case of Thompson v. North American Stainless. In a unanimous decision (Justice Elena Kagan recusing herself), the court held that Title VII’s anti-retaliation provision applied to an employee who was terminated after his fiancée filed a complaint against the company.

  • Supreme Court delivers big win to generic-drug makers

    The high court's Pliva v. Mensing decision shields generic-medication companies from failure-to-warn claims.

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