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This week the Court hears 4 arguments including one regarding immigrants who were convicted of crimes prior to the Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act. The Supreme Court’s decision could restrict their ability to travel internationally, possibly affecting their ability to maintain family ties or fulfill religious obligations. Another case of particular interest with tax season upon us involves the possibility of imposing limitations on the time frame in which you can be audited by the IRS.

Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Wednesday, January 18, 2012

SCOTUS starts the year out with arguments regarding gender discrimination in The Family Medical Leave Act, Nude Scenes and Expletives on TV, and why falling on the ice at work can hurt more than your ego.

This week the Supreme Court hears 6 cases including a couple of health care issues involving drug patents and research, healthcare costs and the generic drug manufacturing industry. Also being discussed will be DNA testing, expert witnesses and the Sixth Amendment's Confrontation Clause.

This week the Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in 6 cases. The topics range from insider trading and Securities Regulation, to the Privacy Act and whether emotional and other noneconomic damages are “actual damages,” raising broad implications for future suits under the Privacy Act.

This week the Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in 6 cases. The topics range from immigration, deportation and the IRS, to the largest beef recall in U.S. history, to how citizens can protect themselves from government officials’ possible abuse of new technologies, for instance: when the FBI places GPS  devices on vehicles suspected of drug trafficking.

This week the Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in 6 cases. The topics range from the Antiterrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act (AEDPA) to ineffective counsel and whether eyewitness testimony should be allowed as evidence.