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No. 10–1001, Martinez v. Ryan, Director, Arizona Department of Corrections

Argued October 4, 2011

            Robert Bartels argued the cause and filed briefs for petitioner.

            Kent E. Cattani argued the cause for respondent.  With him on the brief were Thomas C. Horne, Attorney General of Arizona, David R. Cole, Solicitor General, and Michael T. O’Toole, Assistant Attorney General.

            Jeffrey B. Wall argued the cause for the United States as amicus curiae urging affirmance.  With him on the brief were Solicitor General Verrilli, Assistant Attorney General Breuer, Deputy Solicitor General Dreeben, and Scott A. C. Meisler.

            Briefs of amici curiae urging reversal were filed for the American Bar Association by William T. Robinson III, Claudia Wilson Frost, and Lee Kovarsky; and for Former State Supreme Court Justices by George H. Kendall, Samuel Spital, Corrine Irish, and Pierre H. Bergeron.

            Briefs of amici curiae urging affirmance were filed for the State of Wisconsin et al. by J. B. Van Hollen, Attorney General of Wisconsin, and Warren D. Weinstein and Rebecca Rapp St. John, Assistant Attorneys General, and by the Attorneys General for their respective States as follows: Luther Strange of Alabama, John W. Suthers of Colorado, Joseph R. Biden III of Delaware, David M. Louie of Hawaii, Lawrence G. Wasden of Idaho, Gregory F. Zoeller of Indiana, James D. “Buddy” Caldwell of Louisiana, William Schneider of Maine, Douglas F. Gansler of Maryland, Steve Bullock of Montana, Jon Bruning of Nebraska, Gary K. King of New Mexico, Wayne Stenehjem of North Dakota, Peter F. Kilmartin of Rhode Island, Alan Wilson of South Carolina, Marty J. Jackley of South Dakota, Robert E. Cooper, Jr., of Tennessee, Greg Abbott of Texas, Mark L. Shurtleff of Utah, William H. Sorrell of Vermont, Kenneth T. Cuccinelli II of Virginia, Rob McKenna of Washington, and Gregory A. Phillips of Wyoming; and for the Criminal Justice Legal Foundation by Kent S. Scheidegger.

            James P. Rouhandeh and Keith A. Findley filed a brief for the Innocence Network as amicus curiae.

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No. 10–1016, Coleman v. Court of Appeals of Maryland et al.

Argued January 11, 2012

            Michael L. Foreman argued the cause for petitioner.  With him on the briefs was Edward Smith, Jr.

            John B. Howard, Jr., Deputy Attorney General of Maryland, argued the cause for respondents.  With him on the brief were Douglas F. Gansler, Attorney General, and William F. Brockman, Acting Solicitor General.

            Briefs of amici curiae urging reversal were filed for the Constitutional Accountability Center by Clifford M. Sloan, Douglas T. Kendall, Elizabeth B. Wydra, and David H. Gans; for the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law by Jon Greenbaum and Jane Dolkart; for the National Partnership for Women & Families et al. by Judith L. Lichtman, Sarah Crawford, Jonathan J. Frankel, and Phillip Douglass; and for Sen. Tom Harkin et al. by Mark E. Haddad and Carter G. Phillips.

            A brief of amici curiae urging affirmance was filed for the State of Texas et al. by Greg Abbott, Attorney General of Texas, Daniel T. Hodge, First Assistant Attorney General, Bill Cobb, Deputy Attorney General, Jonathan F. Mitchell, Solicitor General, and Sean D. Jordan, Deputy Solicitor General, and by the Attorneys General for their respective States as follows: Luther Strange of Alabama, John J. Burns of Alaska, Thomas C. Horne of Arizona, Dustin McDaniel of Arkansas, John W. Suthers of Colorado, Samuel S. Olens of Georgia, Lawrence G. Wasden of Idaho, Gregory F. Zoeller of Indiana, Derek Schmidt of Kansas, Jack Conway of Kentucky, James D. “Buddy” Caldwell of Louisiana, William J. Schneider of Maine, Bill Schuette of Michigan, Jon Bruning of Nebraska, Michael A. Delaney of New Hampshire, Wayne Stenehjem of North Dakota, E. Scott Pruitt of Oklahoma, Linda L. Kelly of Pennsylvania, Alan Wilson of South Carolina, Robert E. Cooper, Jr., of Tennessee, Mark L. Shurtleff of Utah, Kenneth T. Cuccinelli II of Virginia, Darrell V. McGraw, Jr., of West Virginia, J. B. Van Hollen of Wisconsin, and Gregory A. Phillips of Wyoming.

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No. 10–1150, Mayo Collaborative Services, dba Mayo Medical Laboratories, et al. v. Prometheus Laboratories, Inc.

Argued December 7, 2011

            Stephen M. Shapiro argued the cause for petitioners.  With him on the briefs were Timothy S. Bishop, Jeffrey W. Sarles, Charles Rothfeld, Jonathan Singer, John Dragseth, Deanna Reichel, and Eugene Volokh.

            Solicitor General Verrilli argued the cause for the United States as amicus curiae.  With him on the brief were Assistant Attorney General West, Deputy Solicitor General Stewart, Mark R. Freeman, Scott R. McIntosh, Kelsi Brown Corkran, Raymond T. Chen, Thomas W. Krause, and Scott C. Weidenfeller.

            Richard P. Bress argued the cause for respondent.  With him on the brief were J. Scott Ballenger, Maximilian A. Grant, Matthew J. Moore, and Gabriel K. Bell.

            Briefs of amici curiae urging reversal were filed for AARP et al. by Daniel B. Ravicher, Stacy Canan, and Michael Schuster; for the American Civil Liberties Union by Sandra S. Park, Christopher A. Hansen, Lenora M. Lapidus, and Steven R. Shapiro; for the American College of Medical Genetics et al. by Katherine J. Strandburg; for ARUP Laboratories, Inc., et al. by Kathleen M. Sullivan and Brian Cannon; and for the Cato Institute et al. by Ilya Shapiro, James W. Harper, Sam Kazman, and Manuel S. Klausner.

            Briefs of amici curiae urging affirmance were filed for the American Intellectual Property Law Association by Denise W. DeFranco, David S. Forman, and William G. Barber; for the Association of University Technology Managers by Donald R. Ware and Barbara A. Fiacco; for the Biotechnology Industry Organization by Jeffrey P. Kushan and Eric A. Shumsky; for Genomic Health, Inc., et al. by Edward R. Reines; for the Intellectual Property Amicus Brief Clinic of the University of New Hampshire School of Law by Ann M. McCrackin; for the Intellectual Property Law Association of Chicago by Meredith Martin Addy and Charles Shifley; for the Intellectual Property Owners Association by Gary M. Hoffman, Kenneth W. Brothers, Douglas K. Norman, and Kevin H. Rhodes; for the Juhasz Law Firm, P. C., by Paul R. Juhasz; for Myriad Genetics, Inc., by Gregory A. Castanias and Jay Z. Zhang; for the National Venture Capital Association by Lynn H. Pasahow, Michael J. Shuster, and Carolyn Chang; for Novartis Corp. by Evan A. Young; for the Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America by Harry J. Roper, Paul M. Smith, and Elaine J. Goldenberg; and for SAP America, Inc., by Erika H. Arner and Jeffrey A. Berkowitz.

            Briefs of amici curiae were filed for the Association Internationale pour la Protection de la Propriété Intellectuelle et al. by Peter C. Schechter and Richard P. Beem; for CONNECT et al. by Douglas E. Olson, Ned Israelsen, and Timothy N. Tardibono; for Health Law, Policy, and Ethics Scholars by Mark S. Davies and Michael K. Gottlieb; for Microsoft Corp. et al. by Matthew D. McGill and William G. Jenks; for the New York Intellectual Property Law Association by Ronald M. Daignault, Matthew B. McFarlane, Anthony F. LoCicero, and Charles R. Macedo; for Nine Law Professors by Joshua D. Sarnoff; for Roche Molecular Systems, Inc., et al. by Seth P. Waxman, Mark C. Fleming, Kevin A. Marks, Blair Elizabeth Taylor, Jeffrey A. Lamken, and Sonali S. Srivastava; and for Verizon Communications, Inc., et al. by Michael K. Kellogg, John Thorne, and Paul H. Roeder.

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No. 10–1399, Roberts v. Sea-Land Services, Inc., et al.

Argued January 11, 2012

            Joshua T. Gillelan II argued the cause for petitioner.  With him on the briefs were Michael F. Pozzi and Charles Robinowitz.

            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.  Peter D. Keisler argued the cause for respondent Sea-Land Services, Inc.  With him on the brief were Carter G. Phillips, Eric D. McArthur, and Frank B. Hugg.

            Jeffrey R. White filed a brief for the American Association for Justice as amicus curiae urging reversal.

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No. 10–1062, Sackett et vir v. Environmental Protection Agency et al.

Argued January 9, 2012

            Damien M. Schiff argued the cause for petitioners.  With him on the briefs were M. Reed Hopper and Leslie R. Weatherhead.

            Malcolm L. Stewart argued the cause for respondents.  With him on the brief were Solicitor General Verrilli, Acting Assistant Attorney General Dreher, Ginger D. Anders, Lisa E. Jones, Aaron P. Avila, Jennifer Scheller Neumann, Carol S. Holmes, Ankur K. Tohan, and Steven M. Neugeboren.

             Briefs of  amici curiae urging reversal were filed for the State of Alaska et al. by John J. Burns, Attorney General of Alaska, and Ruth Hamilton Heese, Michael G. Mitchell, and Cameron M. Leonard, Senior Assistant Attorneys General, and by the Attorneys General for their respective States as follows: Thomas C. Horne of Arizona, John W. Suthers of Colorado, David M. Louie of Hawaii, Bill Schuette of Michigan, Jon Bruning of Nebraska, Wayne Stenehjem of North Dakota, Alan Wilson of South Carolina, Kenneth T. Cuccinelli II of Virginia, and Gregory A. Phillips of Wyoming; for the American Civil Rights Union by Peter J. Ferrara; for the American Farm Bureau Federation et al. by Mark T. Stancil and Ellen Steen; for the American Petroleum Institute et al. by Virginia S. Albrecht, Deidre G. Duncan, Ryan A. Shores, Karma B. Brown, Peter Tolsdorf, Nick Goldstein, Douglas T. Nelson, and Ralph W. Holmen; for the Center for Constitutional Jurisprudence et al. by John Eastman, Anthony T. Caso, and Edwin Meese III; for the Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America by Daryl Joseffer, Adam Conrad, Robin S. Conrad, and Rachel Brand; for the Competitive Enterprise Institute by Theodore L. Garrett, Mark W. Mosier, Matthew J. Berns, Sam Kazman, and Hans Bader; for the General Electric Co. by Kathleen M. Sullivan, Donald W. Fowler, Eric G. Lasker, Thomas H. Hill, and Jonathan Massey; for the Institute for Justice by William R. Maurer; for the Mountain States Legal Foundation by Steven J. Lechner; for the National Association of Home Builders et al. by Thomas J. Ward, Jeffrey B. Augello, Holli J. Feichko, Duane Desiderio, and John J. McDermott; for the National Association of Manufacturers by Martin S. Kaufman and Quentin Riegel; and for the Wet Weather Partnership et al. by F. Paul Calamita.

            Christopher J. Wright, Timothy J. Simeone, and Lawrence M. Levine filed a brief for the Natural Resources Defense Council et al. as amici curiae urging affirmance.

            Lawrence J. Joseph filed a brief for APA Watch as amicus curiae.

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No. 10–444, Missouri v. Frye

Argued October 31, 2011

            Chris Koster, Attorney General of Missouri,argued the cause for petitioner.  With him on the briefs were James R. Layton, Solicitor General, and Shaun J. Mackelprang, Chief Counsel.

            Anthony A. Yang argued the cause for the United States as amicus curiae urging reversal.  With him on the brief were former Acting Solicitor General Katyal, Assistant Attorney General Breuer, Deputy Solicitor General Dreeben, and Deborah Watson.

            Emmett D. Queener argued the cause for respondent.  With him on the brief was Craig A. Johnston.

            Briefs of amici curiae urging reversal were filed for the State of Connecticut et al. by Kevin T. Kane, Chief State’s Attorney of Connecticut, Michael E. O’Hare, Supervisory Assistant State’s Attorney, and Michael J. Proto, Assistant State’s Attorney, and by the Attorneys General for their respective States as follows: John J. Burns of Alaska, 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, David M. Louie of Hawaii, Lawrence G. Wasden of Idaho, Gregory F. Zoeller of Indiana, Derek Schmidt of Kansas, Jack Conway of Kentucky, Douglas F. Gansler of Maryland, Bill Schuette of Michigan, Steve Bullock of Montana, Jon Bruning of Nebraska, Paula T. Dow of New Jersey, Gary K. King of New Mexico, E. Scott Pruitt of Oklahoma, William H. Ryan, Jr., of Pennsylvania, Alan Wilson of South Carolina, Marty J. Jackley of South Dakota, Robert E. Cooper, Jr., of Tennessee, Greg Abbott of Texas, Mark L. Shurtleff of Utah, Kenneth T. Cuccinelli II of Virginia, Robert M. McKenna of Washington, J. B. Van Hollen of Wisconsin, and Gregory A. Phillips of Wyoming; and for the Criminal Justice Legal Foundation et al. by Kent S. Scheidegger.

            Briefs of amici curiae urging affirmance were filed for the American Bar Association by Stephen N. Zack, Margaret Colgate Love, Peter Goldberger, and Jill Wheaton; for the Constitution Project by John F. Cooney and Virginia Sloan; and for the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers et al. by Jonathan D. Hacker, Loren L. Alikhan, Norman L. Reimer, Malia Brink, Steven R. Shapiro, and Conrad O. Seifert.

            Daniel Meron, Lori Alvino McGill, and Anthony S. Barkow filed a brief for the Center on the Administration of Criminal Law, New York University School of Law, as amicus curiae.

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No. 10–209, Lafler v. Cooper

Argued October 31, 2011

            John J. Bursch, Solicitor General of Michigan,argued the cause for petitioner.  With him on the briefs were Bill Schuette, Attorney General, B. Eric Restuccia, Deputy Solicitor General, and Joel D. McGormley.

            William M. Jay argued the cause for the United States as amicus curiae urging reversal.  With him on the brief were former Acting Solicitor General Katyal, Assistant Attorney General Breuer, Deputy Solicitor General Dreeben, and Joel M. Gershowitz.

            Valerie R. Newman, by appointment of the Court, 562 U. S. ___, argued the cause for respondent.  With her on the brief were Jacqueline J. McCann, Jeffrey T. Green, and Sarah O’Rourke Schrup.

            Briefs of amici curiae urging reversal were filed for the State of Connecticut et al. by Kevin T. Kane, Chief State’s Attorney of Connecticut, Michael E. O’Hare, Supervisory Assistant State’s Attorney, and Michael J. Proto, Assistant State’s Attorney, 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, David M. Louie of Hawaii, Gregory F. Zoeller of Indiana, Derek Schmidt of Kansas, Jack Conway of Kentucky, Douglas F. Gansler of Maryland, Steve Bullock of Montana, Jon Bruning of Nebraska, Paula T. Dow of New Jersey, Gary K. King of New Mexico, E. Scott Pruitt of Oklahoma, William H. Ryan, Jr., of Pennsylvania, Alan Wilson of South Carolina, Marty J. Jackley of South Dakota, Robert E. Cooper, Jr., of Tennessee, Greg Abbott of Texas, Mark L. Shurtleff of Utah, Kenneth T. Cuccinelli II of Virginia, Robert M. McKenna of Washington, J. B. Van Hollen of Wisconsin, and Gregory A. Phillips of Wyoming; for Wayne County, Michigan, by Kym L. Worthy and Timothy A. Baughman; and for the Criminal Justice Legal Foundation et al. by Kent S. Scheidegger.

            Briefs of amici curiae urging affirmance were filed for the American Bar Association by Stephen N. Zack, Margaret Colgate Love, Peter Goldberger, and Jill Wheaton; for the Constitution Project by John F. Cooney and Virginia Sloan; and for the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers et al. by Jonathan D. Hacker, Loren L. Alikhan, Norman L. Reimer, Malia Brink, Steven R. Shapiro, and Conrad O. Seifert.

            Daniel Meron, Lori Alvino McGill, and Anthony S. Barkow filed a brief for the Center on the Administration of Criminal Law, New York University School of Law, as amicus curiae.

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No. 10–699, Zivotofsky, by His Parents and Guardians Zivotofsky et ux. v. Clinton, Secretary of State

Argued November 7, 2011

            Nathan Lewin argued the cause for petitioner.  With him on the briefs was Alyza D. Lewin.

            Solicitor General Verrilli argued the cause for respondent.  With him on the brief were Assistant Attorney General West, Deputy Solicitor General Kneedler, Ginger D. Anders, Douglas N. Letter, Lewis S. Yelin, and Harold Hongju Koh.

            Briefs of amici curiae urging reversal were filed for the American Association of Jewish Lawyers and Jurists by Stephen R. Greenwald, Robert Garson, and Thomas Ségal; for the Anti-Defamation League et al. by Michael S. Gardener, Jeffrey S. Robbins, Steven M. Freeman, and Steven C. Sheinberg; for the Lawfare Project by Michael W. Schwartz; and for Members of the United States Senate et al. by Randy M. Mastro and Paul Kujawsky.

            Margaret Krawiec and Patrick H. Haggerty filed a brief for Americans for Peace Now as amicus curiae urging affirmance.

            David I. Schoen and Susan B. Tuchman filed a brief for the Zionist Organization of America as amicus curiae.

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No. 10–1261, Credit Suisse Securities (USA) LLC et al. v. Simmonds

Argued November 29, 2011

            Christopher Landau argued the cause for petitioners.  With him on the briefs were Andrew B. Clubok, Brant W. Bishop, Susan E. Engel, Robert B. Gilmore, Carter G. Phillips, Judith Welcom, Andrew N. Vollmer, Noah A. Levine, Christopher B. Wells, Sri Srinivasan, Anton Metlitsky, Andrew J. Frackman, David W. Ichel, Joseph M. McLaughlin, Gandolfo V. DiBlasi, Penny Shane, and David M. J. Rein.

            Jeffrey B. Wall argued the cause for the United States as amicus curiae urging vacatur.  With him on the brief were Solicitor General Verrilli, Deputy Solicitor General Stewart, Jacob H. Stillman, Susan S. McDonald, and Benjamin L. Schiffrin.

            Jeffrey I. Tilden argued the cause for respondent.  With him on the brief were Jeffrey M. Thomas, Mark A. Wilner, David M. Simmonds, William C. Smart, and Ian S. Birk.

            Deanne E. Maynard, Brian R. Matsui, Seth M. Galanter, Robin S. Conrad, Rachel Brand, and Kevin Carroll filed a brief for the Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America et al. as amici curiae urging reversal.

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No. 10–7387, Setser v. United States

Argued November 30, 2011

            Jason D. Hawkins argued the cause for petitioner.  With him on the briefs were Kevin J. Page, J. Matthew Wright, and Richard A. Anderson.

           William M. Jay argued the cause for the United States.  With him on the briefs were Solicitor General Verrilli, Assistant Attorney General Breuer, Deputy Solicitor General Dreeben, and Richard A. Friedman.

           Evan A. Young, by invitation of the Court, 564 U. S. ___, argued the cause and filed a brief as amicus curiae in support of the judgment below.  With him on the brief were Joseph R. Knight, Thomas R. Phillips, Dustin M. Howell, Matt C. Wood, Macey Reasoner Stokes, and Aaron M. Streett.

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No. 10–1211, Vartelas v. Holder, Attorney General

Argued January 18, 2012

            Stephanos Bibas argued the cause for petitioner.  With him on the briefs were James A. Feldman, Nancy Bregstein Gordon, Amy Wax, Andrew K. Chow, and Stephen B. Kinnaird.

            Eric D. Miller 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, and John W. Blakeley.

            Briefs of amici curiae urging reversal were filed for the Asian American Justice Center et al. by Nancy Morawetz; for the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers et al. by David Debold and Jim Walden; and for the National Immigrant Justice Center by Brian J. Murray and Charles Roth.

            Ira J. Kurzban filed a brief for the American Immigration Lawyers Association as amicus curiae.

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No. 10–1024, Federal Aviation Administration et al. v. Cooper

Argued November 30, 2011

            Eric J. Feigin argued the cause for petitioners.  With him on the briefs were Solicitor General Verrilli, Assistant Attorney General West, Deputy Solicitor General Kneedler, and Mark B. Stern.

            Raymond A. Cardozo argued the cause for respondent.  With him on the brief were James M. Wood, James C. Martin, David J. Bird, and Thomas M. Pohl.

            Briefs of amici curiae urging affirmance were filed for the AIDS Foundation of Chicago et al. by Hayley J. Gorenberg and Jon W. Davidson; for the Electronic Privacy Information Center by Marc Rotenberg; and for the National Whistleblower Center by David K. Colapinto and Stephen M. Kohn.

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No. 10–945, Florence v. Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Burlington et al.

Argued October 12, 2011

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

            Carter G. Phillips argued the cause for respondents.  With him on the brief for respondent Essex County Correctional Facility et al. were Eamon P. Joyce, Ryan C. Morris, and Alan Ruddy.  Alfred W. Putnam, Jr., D. Alicia Hickok, and J. Brooks DiDonato filed a brief for respondent Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Burlington et al. 

            Nicole A. Saharsky argued the cause for the United States as amicus curiae urging affirmance.  With her on the brief were Solicitor General Verrilli, Assistant Attorney General West, Leondra R. Kruger, Barbara L. Herwig, and Edward Himmelfarb.

            Briefs of amici curiae urging reversal were filed for Academics on Gang Behavior by Evan P. Schultz; for the American Bar Association by Stephen N. Zack, Elaine J. Goldenberg, and Iris E. Bennett; for Current and Former Jail and Corrections Professionals by Craig A. Stewart, Lisa S. Blatt, Anthony J. Franze, and Dirk C. Phillips; for the Domestic Violence Legal Empowerment and Appeals Project et al. by Catherine E. Stetson and Jessica L. Ellsworth; for the Medical Society of New Jersey et al. by David J. Bederman; for the National Police Accountability Project by Kenneth N. Flaxman and Robert L. Herbst; for Psychiatrists by Seth P. Waxman and Daniel S. Volchok; for Former Attorney General of New Jersey Robert J. Del Tufo et al. by Edward Barocas, Steven R. Shapiro, and David C. Fathi; and for Sister Bernie Galvin et al. by Barrett S. Litt, Paul J. Estuar, Mark E. Merin, J. Christopher Mills, and Charles J. LaDuca.

            Briefs of amici curiae urging affirmance 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, John W. Suthers of Colorado, Lawrence G. Wasden of Idaho, Jack Conway of Kentucky, James D. “Buddy” Caldwell of Louisiana, William J. Schneider of Maine, Roy Cooper of North Carolina, Mike DeWine of Ohio, E. Scott Pruitt of Oklahoma, Linda L. Kelly of Pennsylvania, and Mark L. Shurtleff of Utah; for Atlantic County et al. by Sean X. Kelly and Sean Robins; for Cook County by Anita Alvarez, Patrick T. Driscoll, Jr., and Paul A. Castiglione; for the City and County of San Francisco et al. by Dennis J. Herrera, Danny Chou, Vince Chhabria, and Christine Van Aken; for the County Commissioners Association of Pennsylvania by Robert L. Knupp and Anthony T. McBeth; for DRI—The Voice of the Defense Bar by R. Matthew Cairns and Mary Massaron Ross; for the Maine County Commissioners Association by Peter T. Marchesi; for the National Sheriffs’ Association et al. by Robert Spence and Travis Wisdom; for the New Jersey County Jail Wardens Association by Stephen B. Kinnaird; for the Policemen’s Benevolent Association, Local 249, et al. by James M. Mets; and for the Texas Association of Counties et al. by David Iglesias and Robert Davis.

            Meir Feder and David Porter filed a brief for the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers as amicus curiae.

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No. 10–788, Rehberg v. Paulk

Argued November 1, 2011

            Andrew J. Pincus argued the cause for petitioner.  With him on the briefs were Charles A. Rothfeld and Jeffrey A. Meyer.

            John C. Jones argued the cause for respondent.  With him on the brief were Theodore Freeman, Sun S. Choy, and Jacob E. Daly.

            Solicitor General Verrilli, Assistant Attorney General West, Deputy Solicitor General Katyal, Eric D. Miller, and Barbara L. Herwig filed a brief for the United States as amicus curiae in support of vacatur and remand.

            Lawrence Rosenthal filed a brief for the International Municipal Lawyers Association et al. as amici curiae urging affirmance.

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No. 11–199, Vasquez v. United States

Argued March 21, 2012

            Beau B. Brindley argued the cause for petitioner.  With him on the briefs were Joshua J. Jones and Blair T. Westover.

            Anthony A. Yang argued the cause for the United States.  With him 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 National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers by John D. Cline and Jeffrey T. Green; and for Jeffrey K. Skilling by Daniel M. Petrocelli, M. Randall Oppenheimer, Matthew T. Kline, David J. Marroso, Jonathan D. Hacker, and Anton Metlitsky.

            A brief of amici curiae urging affirmancewas 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, and Don Clemmer, Deputy Attorney General, 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, David M. Louie of Hawaii, Lisa Madigan of Illinois, Gregory F. Zoeller of Indiana, Jack Conway of Kentucky, James D. “Buddy” Caldwell of Louisiana, William J. Schneider of Maine, Bill Schuette of Michigan, Jon Bruning of Nebraska, Alan Wilson of South Carolina, J. B. Van Hollen of Wisconsin, and Gregory A. Phillips of Wyoming.

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No. 10–1018, Filarsky v. Delia

Argued January 17, 2012

            Patricia A. Millett argued the cause for petitioner.  With her on the briefs were James E. Sherry, James E. Tysse, Barry Chasnoff, Jon H. Tisdale, Jennifer Calderon, and Amit Kurlekar.

            Nicole A. Saharsky argued the cause for the United States as amicus curiae urging reversal.  With her on the brief were Solicitor General Verrilli, Assistant Attorney General West, Deputy Solicitor General Srinivasan, Barbara L. Herwig, and Teal Luthy Miller.

            Michael A. McGill argued the cause for respondent.  With him on the brief were Dieter C. Dammeier and Michael A. Morguess.

            Briefs of amici curiae urging reversal were filed for the State of Kansas et al. by Derek Schmidt, Attorney General of Kansas, Stephen R. McAllister, Solicitor General, and Kristafer Ailslieger, Deputy Solicitor General, and by the Attorneys General for their respective jurisdictions as follows: Luther Strange of Alabama, John J. Burns of Alaska, Tom Horne of Arizona, John W. Suthers of Colorado, Joseph R. Biden III of Delaware, Irvin B. Nathan of the District of Columbia, Samuel S. Olens of Georgia, David M. Louie of Hawaii, Lawrence G. Wasden of Idaho, Lisa Madigan of Illinois, Tom Miller of Iowa, Jack Conway of Kentucky, James D. “Buddy” Caldwell of Louisiana, William J. Schneider of Maine, Bill Schuette of Michigan, Chris Koster of Missouri, Gary K. King of New Mexico, Wayne Stenehjem of North Dakota, E. Scott Pruitt of Oklahoma, John R. Kroger of Oregon, Linda L. Kelly of Pennsylvania, Robert E. Cooper, Jr., of Tennessee, Mark L. Shurtleff of Utah, Kenneth Cuccinelli II of Virginia, Rob McKenna of Washington, Darrell V. McGraw, Jr., of West Virginia, and Gregory A. Phillips of Wyoming; for the American Bar Association by Wm. T. Robinson III, Michael T. Kamprath, and Robert H. Thomas; for DRI-The Voice of the Defense Bar by Carter G. Phillips and Jonathan F. Cohn; for the League of California Cities et al. by Kent L. Richland and Kent J. Bullard, and for the National School Boards Association et al. by Geoffrey P. Eaton and Francisco M. Negrón, Jr.

            Jeffrey R. White filed a brief for the American Association for Justice as amicus curiae urging affirmance.

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No. 10–844, Caraco Pharmaceutical Laboratories, Ltd., et al. v. Novo Nordisk A/S et al.

Argued December 5, 2011

            James F. Hurst argued the cause for petitioners.  With him on the briefs were Charles B. Klein, Steffen N. Johnson, Andrew C. Nichols, William P. Ferranti, and David S. Bloch.

            Benjamin J. Horwich argued the cause for the United States as amicus curiae urging vactur.  With him on the brief were Solicitor General Verrilli, Assistant Attorney General West, Deputy Solicitor General Stewart, Deputy Assistant Attorney General Brinkmann, Douglas N. Letter, and Daniel Tenny.

            Mark A. Perry argued the cause for respondents.  With him on the brief were Scott P. Martin, Michael A. Sitzman, and Josh A. Krevitt.

            Briefs of amici curiae urging reversal were filed for AARP et al. by David A. Balto, Stacy Canan, and Michael Schuster; for the Generic Pharmaceutical Association by Roy T. Englert, Jr., and Mark T. Stancil; for Mylan Pharmaceuticals, Inc., by Dan L. Bagatell and David J. Harth; and for Representative Henry A. Waxman by Carlos T. Angulo.

            Briefs of amici curiae urging affirmance were filed for Allergan, Inc., et al. by Jonathan E. Singer, Terry G. Mahn, and Ellen A. Scordino; for Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America by Robert A. Long, Jr., and Natalie M. Derzko; and for the Washington Legal Foundation by Daniel J. Popeo and Richard A. Samp.

 

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