Today at the Court - Friday, Jun 14, 2024


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Recent Decisions


June 13, 2024
         
FDA v. Alliance for Hippocratic Medicine (23-235)
Plaintiffs lack Article III standing to challenge the Food and Drug Administration’s regulatory actions regarding mifepristone.

         
Starbucks Corp. v. McKinney (23-367)
When considering the National Labor Relations Board’s request for a preliminary injunction under §10( j) of the National Labor Relations Act, district courts must apply the traditional four factors articulated in Winter v. Natural Resources Defense Council, Inc., 555 U. S. 7 (2008).

         
Vidal v. Elster (22-704)
The Lanham Act’s names clause—which prohibits the registration of a mark that “[c]onsists of or comprises a name . . . identifying a particular living individual except by his written consent,” 15 U. S. C. §1052(c)—does not violate the First Amendment.



June 06, 2024
         
Truck Insurance Exchange v. Kaiser Gypsum Co. (22-1079)
An insurer with financial responsibility for bankruptcy claims is a “party in interest” under 11 U. S. C. §1109(b) that “may raise and may appear and be heard on any issue” in a Chapter 11 case.

         
Connelly v. United States (23-146)
A corporation’s contractual obligation to redeem shares is not necessarily a liability that reduces a corporation’s value for purposes of the federal estate tax.

         
Becerra v. San Carlos Apache Tribe (23-250)
The Indian Self-Determination and Education Assistance Act requires the Indian Health Service to pay the contract support costs that a tribe incurs when it collects and spends program income—i.e., revenue from third-party payers like Medicare, Medicaid, and private insurers—to further the functions, services, activities, and programs transferred to it from IHS in a self-determination contract.



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Oliver’s Excellent Adventure


Upon passing the Massachusetts bar exam in 1867, Oliver Wendell Holmes was ready for a vacation. On May 16, he set off from Boston with his friend Charles P. Horton for a salmon fishing trip to Grand Lake Stream, Maine. They first traveled to Saint John in New Brunswick, Canada, to meet up with another old friend, actor James W. Lanergan, who had moved there to manage the city’s Dramatic Lyceum. Before heading out, the trio visited a photography studio where they clowned theatrically with some of their fishing gear. Unfortunately, there is no record of their angling success from their week in the great outdoors.

 

Oliver Wendell Holmes, seated on the floor, plays the straight man beside Horton, who looks up with mock concern at Lanergan, who leans over him melodramatically. The names below are written in Holmes’ hand. Another photograph of the three is in the collection of Harvard Law School.
Oliver Wendell Holmes, seated on the floor, plays the straight man beside Horton, who looks up with mock concern at Lanergan, who leans over him melodramatically. The names below are written in Holmes’ hand. Another photograph of the three is in the collection of Harvard Law School.
D.S. Mitchell for the George J. Bowron Studio, Collection of the Supreme Court of the United States


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