Weekly Roundup – December 18, 2013

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Professor Cesar Rosado of Chicago-Kent College of Law discusses the Supreme Court’s dismissal of Unite Here v. Mulhall

The Supreme Court’s thoughts on reindeer and Christmas displays

“On the one hand, we don’t want to encourage abduction. On the other hand, we don’t want to treat the child as a yo-yo,” said Justice Breyer of their current child abduction case

The Supreme Court building as it was being constructed 80 years ago this month

Laughtergate: The Day the Laughter Died at the Supreme Court

The Supreme Court will hear whether Fifth Third Bancorp can be sued for having put stocks in employee retirement funds

The Supreme Court held that when a defendant’s mental evaluation is used against him, the defendant’s protection against self-incrimination is not violated

Justice Breyer reflects on Nelson Mandela’s respect for the judiciary

TV streaming service Aereo isn’t nervous about a potential Supreme Court case. In fact, they welcome it

Midwestern geography appears to puzzle some justices

A lawyer brings his personal life into Supreme Court argument

The Supreme Court rejected the oil spill contempt case following Deepwater Horizon

The Supreme Court unanimously ruled that a contractual limit on suing over health care benefits is legal

Victims of the September 11 attacks ask the Supreme Court to rule on whether they can pursue claims against banks that indirectly aided the attacks

The Supreme Court gets a new elevator

Justice department defends law banning protests at the Supreme Court

The Constitution Center recorded their Town Hall Tuesday podcast on religious liberty for corporations, related to Town of Greece v. Galloway

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