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Today at the Court - Tuesday, Mar 19, 2019


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  • The Court will convene for a public session in the Courtroom at 10 a.m. The Justices will hear one, one-hour oral argument.
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Oral Arguments

Week of Monday, March 18


Monday, March 18
       
VA House of Delegates v. Bethune-Hill (18-281)
       
Smith v. Berryhill (17-1606)


Tuesday, March 19
       
Cochise Consultancy, Inc. v. United States, ex rel. Hunt (18-315)


Wednesday, March 20
       
Flowers v. Mississippi (17-9572)



The transcripts of oral arguments are posted on this website on the same day an argument is heard by the Court. Same-day transcripts are considered official but subject to final review. The audio recordings of all oral arguments heard by the Supreme Court of the United States are available to the public at the end of each argument week. The audio recordings are posted on Fridays after Conference.


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Recent Decisions


March 19, 2019
         
Air & Liquid Systems Corp. v. DeVries (17-1104)
In the maritime tort context, a product manufacturer has a duty to warn when its product requires incorporation of a part, the manufacturer knows or has reason to know that the integrated product is likely to be dangerous for its intended uses, and the manufacturer has no reason to believe that the product’s users will realize that danger.

         
Nielsen v. Preap (16-1363)
The Ninth Circuit’s judgments—that respondents, who are deportable for certain specified crimes, are not subject to 8 U. S. C. §1226(c)(2)’s mandatory-detention requirement because they were not arrested by immigration officials as soon as they were released from jail—are reversed, and the cases are remanded.

         
Washington State Dept. of Licensing v. Cougar Den, Inc. (16-1498)
The Supreme Court of Washington’s judgment—that the “right to travel” provision of the 1855 Treaty Between the United States and the Yakama Nation of Indians pre-empts the State’s fuel tax as applied to Cougar Den’s importation of fuel by public highway for sale within the reservation—is affirmed.



March 04, 2019
         
Rimini Street, Inc. v. Oracle USA, Inc. (17-1625)
A federal district court’s discretion to award “full costs” to a party in copyright litigation pursuant to 17 U. S. C. §505 is limited to the six categories specified in the general costs statute codified at 28 U. S. C. §§1821 and 1920.

         
BNSF R. Co. v. Loos (17-1042)
A railroad’s payment to an employee for working time lost due to an on-the-job injury is taxable “compensation” under the Railroad Retirement Tax Act.

         
Fourth Estate Pub. Benefit Corp. v. Wall-Street.com (17-571)
Registration occurs, and a copyright claimant may commence an infringement suit, when the Copyright Office registers a copyright.



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Symbols of Law


Symbols of Law, including the Scales of Justice and Books of Law, are found throughout the architecture of the Supreme Court Building. The Scales symbolize the impartial deliberation, or weighing, of two sides in a legal dispute. Books represent learning, written knowledge, judgment, and a means to record decisions of the Supreme Court.

 

In the uppermost area of the Great Hall are repeating architectural elements known as metopes that depict classical symbols and lawgivers. The book flanked by torches shown here represents education and knowledge..
In the uppermost area of the Great Hall are repeating architectural elements known as metopes that depict classical symbols and lawgivers. The book flanked by torches shown here represents education and knowledge.
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