Tag:supreme court

Court Opinion: Colorado Supreme Court Opinion for Nov. 21

The Colorado Supreme Court en banc affirmed a judgment involving the Securities Act of 1933. 

Court Opinions: Colorado Supreme Court Opinions for Oct. 4

The Colorado Supreme Court en banc unanimously affirmed in part and reversed in part a case involving an attorney and alleged violations concerning the Colorado Rules of Professional Conduct.

Supreme Court Expands State Criminal Jurisdiction in Indian Country

Charlene Koski, a litigator at Van Ness Feldman, explains the recent SCOTUS ruling in Oklahoma v. Castro Huerta in this opinion article.

SCOTUS Officials Meet With AG About Judicial Security

After a draft opinion was leaked and confirmed real earlier this month, SCOTUS officials are asking for more security for justices.

Colorado Case Heads to Oral Arguments at SCOTUS

A Colorado case asks the U.S. Supreme Court if Federal Courts and the Court of Indian Offenses are branches of the same power.

Justices Sotomayor and Barrett Call to Fix the U.S. Sentencing Commission and Resolve Federal Sentencing Discrepancies

Justices Sotomayor and Barrett criticized discrepancies between federal district courts’ sentencing in a statement on Monday.

Court Opinions: 10th Circuit Court of Appeals Issues Opinion in Laufer v. Looper

The 10th Circuit Court of Appeals issued an opinion in Laufer v. Looper, a case questioning whether an ADA "tester" had standing.

Infographics: Recent History of U.S. Supreme Court Fuels Reform Debates

Supreme Court reform debates aren’t new. But modern reform discussions are connected to the court’s recent history.