Tag:6th Circuit Court of Appeals

Court Opinions: US Supreme Court Holds Probable Cause for One Charge Doesn’t Categorically Defeat a Malicious-prosecution Claim

The U.S. Supreme Court held in a separate June 20 opinion that expert testimony that “most people” in a group have a particular mental state doesn’t violate Federal Rule of Evidence 704(b).

Court Opinion: 10th Circuit Court of Appeals Opinion for Feb. 13

The 10th Circuit affirmed a ruling in a case involving the Whittier Condominiums Homeowners Association in Boulder.

Court Opinion: 10th Circuit Court of Appeals Opinion for July 17

A 10th Circuit panel out of Kansas City, Kansas, affirmed the district court’s judgment denying a motion for sentence reduction.

U.S. Supreme Court to Hear Appeal Over Social Media Blocking by Government Officials

The court will consider if and when a public official’s social media is state action subject to First Amendment scrutiny.

Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Deaf Student’s ADA Complaint

SCOTUS found IDEA's exhaustion requirement doesn’t foreclose ADA complaints looking for compensatory damages.

Supreme Court Blocks Vaccine-or-Test Rule, Allows Health Care Worker Mandate to Go Forward

The Supreme Court decided to stay OSHA's vaccine-or-test rule for large employers but allowed a health care worker mandate to proceed.

SCOTUS Grants Special Hearing on OSHA and Medicare and Medicaid Vaccine Rules

The U.S. Supreme Court will hold emergency arguments on Jan. 7 of OSHA’s vaccine-or-test ETS and the CMS vaccine rules.

Employers Should Prepare for OSHA ETS, Though Court Battles Continue

A federal appeals court recently reinstated OSHA’s vaccine-or-test rule, but employers now have an extra month to comply.