By Harold J. Krent, Dean and Professor of Law, IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law in Chicago. This post is an abridged version of an article first published at Law360. Challenges to appointment of U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission administrative law judges (ALJs) have spread across the country. Private parties that have lost on the merits before the … Continue reading Will The Supreme Court Review SEC’s In-House Judges?
As its October 2017 term continues in full swing, the Supreme Court continues to make news. Greg Stohr of Bloomberg recently wrote a valuable article on the dominance of free speech cases on the Court’s docket. This term the Court has either heard arguments or agreed to hear arguments in First Amendment cases involving a … Continue reading SCOTUS News Update