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Wednesday, June 28, 2023

“Judge, 96, Mourns Tarnished Legacy While Saying She Won’t Leave”: Kelcee Griffis of Bloomberg Law has this report about her recent interview with Federal Circuit Judge Pauline Newman.

Yesterday, Griffis reported that “Doctor Cleared 96-Year-Old Newman for Bench, Amended Suit Says.”

Blake Brittain of Reuters reports that “US judge facing competency probe asks court to block her suspension.”

Megan Butler of Courthouse News Service reports that “Suspended Federal Circuit judge fights to retain bench seat; Judge Pauline Newman is being investigated by her colleagues for alleged judicial misconduct and competency complaints.”

At the “IPWatchdog” blog, Ron Katznelson, PhD has a post titled “Recent Evidence Raises Questions on Efforts to Silence Dissent at the Federal Circuit.”

And today, the New Civil Liberties Alliance issued a news release titled “NCLA Asks U.S. District Court to Stop Unconstitutional Suspension of Circuit Judge Pauline Newman.”

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“‘Dormant Commerce’ and Corporate Powers: Some reflections on the decision in Mallory.” Stephen E. Sachs has this post at “The Volokh Conspiracy.”

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“To tackle major elections case, Supreme Court dusted off Bush v. Gore; The ruling used to decide the 2000 election resurfaced in a major decision this week”: Kelsey Reichmann of Courthouse News Service has this report.

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“The Supreme Court Just Helped Save American Democracy From Trumpism”: Columnist David French has this essay in today’s edition of The New York Times.

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“You Don’t Need to Bring a Gift to Your Supreme Court Hearing. But If You Must, Here Is My Justice Registry.” Alex O’Connor has this item at McSweeney’s Internet Tendency.

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“Liberal wins at the Supreme Court may prove to be fleeting; Although liberal justices prevailed in rulings on voting rights, election law and Native American rights, those legal issues could yet return to the court”: Lawrence Hurley of NBC News has this report.

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