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Counsel List - 565 U.S., Part 1


No. 10–637, Greene, aka Trice v. Fisher, Superintendent, State Correctional Institution at Smithfield, et al.

Argued October 11, 2011

            Jeffrey L. Fisher argued the cause for petitioner.  With him on the briefs were Pamela S. Karlan, Isabel McGinty, Thomas C. Goldstein, Amy Howe, and Kevin K. Russell.

            Ronald Eisenberg argued the cause for respondents.  With him on the brief were Susan E. Affronti and Thomas W. Dolgenos.

            David M. Porter and Brett G. Sweitzer filed a brief for the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers et al. as amici curiae urging reversal.

            A brief of amici curiae urging affirmance was filed for the State of Texas et al. by Greg Abbott, Attorney General of Texas, Jonathan F. Mitchell, Solicitor General, Daniel T. Hodge, First Assistant Attorney General, Don Clemmer, Deputy Attorney General, and Edward L. Marshall, Assistant Attorney General, and by the Attorneys General for their respective States as follows: Joseph R. Biden III of Delaware, Pamela Jo Bondi of Florida, Jack Conway of Kentucky, William J. Schneider of Maine, Bill Schuette of Michigan, Steve Bullock of Montana, Wayne Stenehjem of North Dakota, Linda L. Kelly of Pennsylvania, Mark L. Shurtleff of Utah, Robert M. McKenna of Washington, J. B. Van Hollen of Wisconsin, and Gregory A. Phillips of Wyoming.

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No. 10–694, Judulang v. Holder, Attorney General

Argued October 12, 2011

            Mark C. Fleming argued the cause for petitioner.  With him on the briefs were Megan Barbero, Seth P. Waxman, Paul R. Q. Wolfson, James L. Quarles III, and Eric F. Citron.

            Curtis E. Gannon argued the cause for respondent.  With him on the brief were Solicitor General Verrilli, Assistant Attorney General West, Deputy Solicitor General Kneedler, Donald E. Keener, Alison R. Drucker, and Andrew MacLachlan.

            Briefs of amici curiae urging reversal were filed for the Catholic Legal Immigration Network, Inc., et al. by Ira J. Kurzban; for Former Immigration Officials by Kannon K. Shanmugam; for the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers et al. by Iris E. Bennett, Matthew S. Hellman, Joshua L. Dratel, and Edwin A. Burnette; for the National Immigrant Justice Center et al. by Brian J. Murray, Charles Roth, and Matthew L. Guadagno; and for 39 Immigration Law Professors by Matthew D. McGill.

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No. 10–8145, Smith v. Cain, Warden

Argued November 8, 2011

            Kannon K. Shanmugam argued the cause for petitioner.  With him on the briefs were David E. Kendall, Thomas H. L. Selby, George W. Hicks, Jr., April R. Rieger, and Kathleen Kelly.

            Donna R. Andrieu argued the cause for respondent.  With her on the brief was Graymond F. Martin.

            Briefs of amici curiae urging reversal were filed for the Innocence Network by David B. Hird and Keith A. Findley; for the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers by Daryl Joseffer, Adam Conrad, and Jonathan D. Hacker; and for the Orleans Public Defenders Office by Mark C. Fleming and Annie L. Owens.

Briefs of amici curiae were filed for the American Bar Association by William T. Robinson III, Jenny M. Roberts, Pedro J. Martinez-Fraga, and Melissa L. Mackiewicz; and for the National District Attorneys Association by Albert C. Locher.

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No. 10–948, CompuCredit Corp. et al. v. Greenwood et al.

Argued October 11, 2011

            Michael W. McConnell argued the cause for petitioners.  On the brief were Sri Srinivasan, Anton Metlitsky, David L. Hartsell, Deanne E. Maynard, Brian R. Matsui, and Susan L. Germaise.

            Scott L. Nelson argued the cause for respondents.  With him on the brief were Allison M. Zieve, W. Lloyd Copeland, Gregory Hawley, and Richard R. Rosenthal.

Briefs of amici curiae urging reversal were filed for the Consumer Data Industry Association by Anne P. Fortney; and for DRIā€‘The Voice of the Defense Bar by R. Matthew Cairns, Linda T. Coberly, and Gene C. Schaerr.

            John Vail filed a brief for the American Association for Justice as amicus curiae urging affirmance.

            Julie Nepveu, Michael Schuster, and Rochelle Bobroff filed a brief for AARP et al. as amici curiae.

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No. 10–1104, Minneci et al. v. Pollard et al.

Argued November 1, 2011

            Jonathan S. Franklin argued the cause for petitioners and respondent The GEO Group, Inc., under this Court’s Rule 12.6 in support of petitioners.  With him on the briefs was Mark Emery.

            Pratik A. Shah argued the cause for the United States as amicus curiae urging reversal.  With him on the brief were Solicitor General Verrilli, Assistant Attorney General West, Leondra R. Kruger, Barbara L. Herwig, and Howard S. Scher.

            John F. Preis argued the cause for respondent Pollard.  With him on the brief were Brian Wolfman and Scott L. Nelson.

            R. Matthew Cairns, Raymond A. Cardozo, and David J. de Jesus filed a brief for DRI as amicus curiae urging reversal.

            Briefs of amici curiae urging affirmance were filed for the American Civil Liberties Union et al. by Mark H. Lynch, Steven R. Shapiro, David C. Fathi, Steven Banks, and John Boston; for Law Professors by Matthew S. Hellman and Alexander A. Reinert and Lumen N. Mulligan, both pro se; and for the United Mexican States by Joshua Karsh.

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No. 10–895, Gonzalez  v.  Thaler, Director, Texas Department of Criminal Justice, Correctional Institutions Division

Argued November 2, 2011

            Patricia A. Millett argued the cause for petitioner.  With her on the briefs were J. Carl Cecere and Amit Kurlekar.

            Jonathan F. Mitchell, Solicitor General of Texas, argued the cause for respondent.  With him on the brief were Greg Abbott, Attorney General, James P. Sullivan and Arthur C. D’Andrea, Assistant Solicitors General, Daniel T. Hodge, First Assistant Attorney General, Don Clemmer, Deputy Attorney General, and Edward L. Marshall, Assistant Attorney General.

            Ann O’Connell argued the cause for the United States as amicus curiae in support of respondent.  With her on the brief were Solicitor General Verrilli, Assistant Attorney General Breuer, Deputy Solicitor General Dreeben, and Scott A. C. Meisler.

            Douglas Hallward-Driemeier, Ryan M. Malone, Barbara E. Bergman, Peter Goldberger, and Keith A. Findley filed a brief for the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers et al. as amici curiae urging reversal.

            John W. Whitehead filed a brief for The Rutherford Institute as amicus curiae.

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No. 10–553, Hosanna-Tabor Evangelical Lutheran Church and School v. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission et al.

Argued October 5, 2011

            Douglas Laycock argued the cause for petitioner.  With him on the briefs were Kevin J. Hasson, Eric C. Rassbach, Hannah C. Smith, Luke W. Goodrich, Lori H. Windham, and James W. Erwin.

            Leondra R. Kruger, argued the cause for the federal respondent.  With her on the brief were Solicitor General Verrilli, Assistant Attorney General Perez, Joseph R. Palmore, Dennis J. Dimsey, Sharon M. McGowan, P. David Lopez, Lorraine C. Davis, and Carolyn L. Wheeler.  Walter Dellinger argued the cause for respondent Perich.  With him on the brief were Sri Srinivasan, Anton Metlitsky, Loren L. Alikhan, James E. Roach, and Robert M. Vercruysse.

            Briefs of amici curiae urging reversal were filed for the American Association of Christian Schools by Robert J. McCully; for the American Bible Society et al. by Stuart J. Lark; for the American Center for Law and Justice et al. by Jay Alan Sekulow, Stuart J. Roth, Colby M. May, James M. Henderson, Sr., David French, Walter M. Weber, and Michael S. Anderson; for the American Jewish Committee et al. by David Dunn and Marc Stern; for the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities by Aaron D. Lindstrom and Matthew T. Nelson; for the Evangelical Covenant Church et al. by Michael W. McConnell; for the International Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention et al. by Gene C. Schaerr, Steffen N. Johnson, Michael T. Morley, Linda T. Coberly, and William P. Ferranti; for the Jewish Educational Center et al. by Kelly J. Shackelford and Hiram S. Sasser III; for the Justice and Freedom Fund by James L. Hirsen and Deborah J. Dewart; for the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod by Christopher C. Lund and T. Michael Ward; for the Muslim-American Public Affairs Council et al. by Douglas R. Bush and Eric S. Baxter; for the National Jewish Commission on Law and Public Affairs by Nathan Lewin and Alyza D. Lewin; for Religious Organizations and Institutions by Carter G. Phillips, Edward R. McNicholas, David S. Petron, and Gordon D. Todd; for Religious Tribunal Experts by Megan L. Brown; for Trinity Baptist Church of Jacksonville, Inc., by Edward H. Trent and Joseph W. Hatchett; for the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops et al. by Kevin T. Baine, Anthony R. Picarello, Jr., Jeffrey Hunter Moon, Michael F. Moses, Von G. Keetch, and R. Shawn Gunnarson; and for Wallbuilders, Inc. by Steven W. Fitschen.

              Briefs of amici curiae urging affirmance were filed for the American Humanist Association et al. by Elizabeth L. Hileman; for Americans United for Separation of Church and State et al. by Ayesha N. Khan, Gregory M. Lipper, Steven R. Shapiro, Daniel Mach, and Michael J. Steinberg; for the NAACP Legal Defense Fund et al. by Kevin K. Russell, John Payton, Debo P. Adegbile, ReNika C. Moore, Ray P. McClain, Linda D. Kilb, Fatima Goss Graves, Dina Lassow, Judith L. Lichtman, and Sarah C. Crawford; for the National Employment Lawyers Association by Eric Schnapper and Rebecca M. Hamburg; for the People for the American Way Foundation by David J. Bederman and Margery F. Baker; and for Neil H. Cogan by Mr. Cogan, pro se.

               Briefs of amici curiae were filed for the State of Michigan et al. by Bill Schuette, Attorney General of Michigan, John J. Bursch, Solicitor General, and B. Eric Restuccia, Deputy Solicitor General, and by the Attorneys General for their respective States as follows: Luther Strange of Alabama, Pamela Jo Bondi of Florida, Gregory F. Zoeller of Indiana, James D. “Buddy” Caldwell of Louisiana, Wayne Stenehjem of North Dakota, E. Scott Pruitt of Oklahoma, and Greg Abbott of Texas; for the Anti-Defamation League by Ian Scharfman, Steven M. Freeman, and Steven C. Sheinberg; for Antitrust Professors and Scholars by Harry First, pro se; for BishopAccountability.org et al. by Marci A. Hamilton; for the International Center for Law and Religion Studies at Brigham Young University by W. Cole Durham, Jr., and Robert T. Smith; for Law and Religion Professors by Leslie C. Griffin; for The Rutherford Institute by John W. Whitehead and Bradley J. Andreozzi; and for Eugene Volokh et al. by Thomas C. Berg, Carl H. Esbeck, Richard W. Garnett, K. Hollyn Hollman, Melissa Rogers, and Kimberlee Wood Colby.

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No. 10–507, Pacific Operators Offshore, LLP, et al. v. Valladolid et al.

Argued October 11, 2011

            Paul D. Clement argued the cause for petitioners.  With him on the briefs were Erin E. Murphy, Peder K. Batalden, Peter Abrahams, and Michael W. Thomas.

            Joseph R. Palmore argued the cause for the federal respondent.  With him on the brief were Solicitor General Verrilli, Deputy Solicitor General Kneedler, and M. Patricia Smith.

            David C. Frederick argued the cause for respondent Valladolid.  With him on the brief were Gregory G. Rapawy, Beverly C. Moore, Michael F. Sturley, Lynn E. Blais, Erin Glenn Busby, Joshua T. Gillelan II, Timothy K. Sprinkles, and Charles D. Naylor.

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No. 10–8974, Perry  v.  New Hampshire

Argued November 2, 2011

            Richard Guerriero argued the cause for petitioner.  With him on the briefs were David M. Rothstein, Christopher Johnson, and Heather Ward.

            Michael A. Delaney, Attorney General of New Hampshire, argued the cause for respondent.  With him on the brief were Stephen D. Fuller, Senior Assistant Attorney General, Thomas E. Bocian, Assistant Attorney General, and Susan P. McGinnis, Senior Assistant Attorney General.

            Nicole A. Saharsky argued the cause for the United States as amicus curiae in support of respondent.  With her on the brief were Solicitor General Verrilli, Assistant Attorney General Breuer, Deputy Solicitor General Dreeben, and Joel M. Gershowitz.

            Briefs of amici curiae urging reversal were filed for the American Psychological Association by David W. Ogden, Daniel S. Volchok, Francesco Valentini, and Nathalie F. P. Gilfoyle; and for the Innocence Network by Timothy P. O’Toole and Jeffrey Hahn.  A brief of amicus curiae urging vacation was filed for the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers by Mark D. Harris and David M. Porter.

             Briefs of amici curiae urging affirmance were filed for the State of Louisiana et al. by James D. “Buddy” Caldwell, Attorney General of Louisiana, S. Kyle Duncan, Ross W. Bergethon, Assistant Attorney General, Kevin T. Kane, Chief State’s Attorney of Connecticut, and Leonardo M. Rapadas, Attorney General of Guam, and by the Attorneys General for their respective States as follows: Luther Strange of Alabama, Tom Horne of Arizona, John W. Suthers of Colorado, Joseph R. Biden III of Delaware, Pamela Jo Bondi of Florida, Samuel S. Olens of Georgia, Lawrence G. Wasden of Idaho, Lisa Madigan of Illinois, Derek Schmidt of Kansas, Jack Conway of Kentucky, William Schneider of Maine, Douglas F. Gansler of Maryland, Martha Coakley of Massachusetts, Bill Schuette of Michigan, Jon Bruning of Nebraska, Catherine Cortez Masto of Nevada, Paula T. Dow of New Jersey, Gary K. King of New Mexico, Wayne Stenehjem of North Dakota, E. Scott Pruitt of Oklahoma, John R. Kroger of Oregon, Peter F. Kilmartin of Rhode Island, Alan Wilson of South Carolina, Marty J. Jackley of South Dakota, Mark L. Shurtleff of Utah, J. B. Van Hollen of Wisconsin, and Gregory A. Phillips of Wyoming; for the Criminal Justice Legal Foundation by Kent S. Scheidegger; and for the National District Attorneys Association by Thomas R. McCarthy and William S. Consovoy.

            Steven A. Reiss and Gregory Silbert filed a brief for Wilton Dedge et al. as amici curiae.

 

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