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Counsel List - 567 U.S., Part 1


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No. 11–45, Elgin et al. v. Department of the Treasury et al.

Argued February 27, 2012

            Harvey A. Schwartz argued the cause for petitioners. With him on the briefs were Leah M. Nicholls and Brian Wolfman.

            Eric J. Feigin argued the cause for respondents. With him on the brief were Solicitor General Verrilli, Assistant Attorney General West, Deputy Solicitor General Srinivasan, Marleigh D. Dover, Jeffrey Clair, Elaine Kaplan, Steven E. Abow, Robin M. Richardson, and Elizabeth Ghauri.

            Elaine Mittleman, pro se, filed a brief as amicus curiae urging reversal.

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No. 10–8505, Williams v. Illinois

Argued December 6, 2011

            Brian W. Carroll argued the cause for petitioner. With him on the briefs were Michael J. Pelletier, Alan D. Goldberg, and James E. Chadd.

            Anita Alvarez argued the cause for respondent. With her on the brief were Lisa Madigan, Attorney General of Illinois, Alan J. Spellberg, Ashley A. Romito, Michelle Katz, and Amy Watroba Kern.

            Deputy Solicitor General Dreeben 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, and Anthony A. Yang.

            Briefs of amici curiae urging reversal were filed for the California Public Defenders Association et al. by Donald J. Bartell and John N. Aquilina; for the Innocence Network by Keith A. Findley; for the Public Defender Service for the District of Columbia et al. by Sandra K. Levick, Catharine F. Easterly, and Jeffrey L. Fisher; and for Richard D. Friedman by Mr. Friedman, pro se.

            Briefs of amici curiae urging affirmance were filed for the State of Ohio et al. by Michael DeWine, Attorney General of Ohio, Alexandra T. Schimmer, Solicitor General, Elisabeth A. Long, Deputy Solicitor, and Samuel Peterson, Assistant Attorney General, by Kevin T. Kane, Chief State's Attorney of Connecticut, and by the Attorneys General for their respective jurisdictions as follows: Luther Strange of Alabama, John J. Burns of Alaska, Tom Horne of Arizona, Dustin McDaniel of Arkansas, Kamala D. Harris of California, John W. Suthers of Colorado, Joseph R. Biden III of Delaware, Irvin B. Nathan of the District of Columbia, Pamela Jo Bondi of Florida, Leonardo M. Rapadas of Guam, Lawrence G. Wasden of Idaho, Gregory F. Zoeller of Indiana, Thomas J. Miller of Iowa, Derek Schmidt of Kansas, Jack Conway of Kentucky, James D. "Buddy" Caldwell of Louisiana, William Schneider of Maine, Douglas F. Gansler of Maryland, Martha Coakley of Massachusetts, Bill Schuette of Michigan, Jim Hood of Mississippi, Chris Koster of Missouri, Steve Bullock of Montana, Jon Bruning of Nebraska, Catherine Cortez Masto of Nevada, Michael A. Delaney of New Hampshire, Paula T. Dow of New Jersey, Gary King of New Mexico, Wayne Stenehjem of North Dakota, E. Scott Pruitt of Oklahoma, John R. Kroger of Oregon, Linda L. Kelly of Pennsylvania, 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, Kenneth T. Cuccinelli II of Virginia, Rob McKenna of Washington, J. B. Van Hollen of Wisconsin, and Gregory A. Phillips of Wyoming; for the National District Attorneys Association et al. by Albert C. Locher and W. Scott Thorpe; and for the New York County District Attorney's Office et al. by Cyrus R. Vance, Jr., Caitlin J. Halligan, Hilary Hassler, Michael A. Cardozo, and Paul Shechtman.

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No. 11–204, Christopher et al. v. SmithKline Beecham Corp., dba GlaxoSmithKline

Argued April 16, 2012

            Thomas C. Goldstein argued the cause for petitioners. With him on the briefs were Kevin K. Russell, Amy Howe, Eric B. Kingsley, Michael R. Pruitt, Otto S. Shill III, Jeremy Heisler, David W. Sanford, and Katherine M. Kimpel.

            Deputy Solicitor General Stewart argued the cause for the United States as amicus curiae in support of petitioners. With him on the brief were Solicitor General Verrilli, Jeffrey B. Wall, M. Patricia Smith, and Sarah J. Starrett.

            Paul D. Clement argued the cause for respondent. With him on the brief were Jeffrey M. Harris, Neal D. Mollen, and Mark E. Richardson III.

            Briefs of amici curiae urging reversal were filed for the Certified Class of Pharmaceutical Representatives from Johnson & Johnson by Aashish Y. Desai; for Medical Professionals by Sarah M. Shalf; for the National Employment Lawyers Association et al. by Paul W. Mollica, Catherine K. Ruckelshaus, and Rebecca M. Hamburg; and for Pharmaceutical Representatives by Michael R. DiChiara, Stephen A. Weiss, and James A. O'Brien III.

            Briefs of amici curiae urging affirmance were filed for the Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America by Matthew W. Lampe, Robin S. Conrad, and E. Michael Rossman; for the Equal Employment Advisory Council by Rae T. Vann and Danny E. Petrella; for the National Federation of Independent Business Small Business Legal Center by Kevin M. Kraham, Tammy D. McCuthen, S. Libby Henninger, Lisa A. Schreter, Karen R. Harned, and Elizabeth Milito; for the Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America by Jeffrey S. Bucholtz, Michael W. Johnston, James M. "Mit" Spears, and Melissa B. Kimmel; and for the Washington Legal Foundation et al. by Cory L. Andrews.

            John Eastman, Anthony T. Caso, and Edwin Meese III filed a brief for the Center for Constitutional Jurisprudence as amicus curiae.

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No. 11–551, Salazar, Secretary of the Interior, et al. v. Ramah Navajo Chapter et al.

Argued April 18, 2012

            Mark R. Freeman argued the cause for petitioners. With him on the briefs were Solicitor General Verrilli, Assistant Attorney General West, Deputy Solicitor General Kneedler, Barbara C. Biddle, John S. Koppel, Patrice H. Kunesh, Michael J. Berrigan, Jeffrey C. Nelson, and Sabrina A. McCarthy.

            Carter G. Phillips argued the cause for respondents. With him on the brief were Michael P. Gross, Jonathan F. Cohn, Matthew D. Krueger, C. Bryant Rogers, Lloyd B. Miller, Donald J. Simon, and Daniel H. MacMeekin.

            Briefs of amici curiae urging affirmance were filed for the Arctic Slope Native Association, Ltd., by Messrs. Miller, Simon, Phillips, Cohn, and Krueger; for the Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America et al. by Herbert L. Fenster, Robin S. Conrad, Kate Comerford Todd, David A. Churchill, and Matthew S. Hellman; and for the National Congress of American Indians et al. by Edward C. DuMont and Danielle Spinelli.

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No. 11–246, Match-E-Be-Nash-She-Wish Band of Pottawatomi Indians v. Patchak et al.; and
No. 11–247, Salazar, Secretary of the Interior, et al. v. Patchak et al.

Argued April 24, 2012

            Eric D. Miller argued the cause for petitioners in No. 11–247. With him on the briefs were Solicitor General Verrilli, Assistant Attorney General Moreno, Deputy Solicitor General Kneedler, and Aaron P. Avila.

            Patricia A. Millett argued the cause for petitioner in No. 11–246. With her on the briefs were James T. Meggesto, James E. Tysse, Michael C. Small, Conly J. Schulte, Shilee T. Mullin, and Amit Kurlekar.

            Matthew T. Nelson argued the cause for respondents in both cases. With him on the brief for respondent Patchak were Daniel P. Ettinger, Aaron D. Lindstrom, Nicole L. Mazzocco, and Brian J. Murray.

            Briefs of amici curiae urging reversal in both cases were filed for the National Congress of American Indians et al. by Vernle C. Durocher, Jr., and Timothy J. Droske; and for Wayland Township et al. by Michael D. Homier, Robert A. Long, Jr., and Ross B. Goldman.

            David B. Salmons filed a brief for 28 California Community Groups as amici curiae urging affirmance in both cases.

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No. 10–1293, Federal Communications Commission et al. v. Fox Television Stations, Inc., et al.

Argued January 10, 2012

            Solicitor General Verrilli argued the cause for petitioners. With him on the briefs were Assistant Attorney General West, Deputy Solicitor General Stewart, Joseph R. Palmore, Thomas M. Bondy, Anne Murphy, Austin C. Schlick, Peter Karanjia, Jacob M. Lewis, and Nandan M. Joshi.

            Carter G. Phillips argued the cause for respondents Fox Television Stations, Inc., et al. With him on the brief were Mark D. Schneider, David S. Petron, Ryan C. Morris, Miguel A. Estrada, Susan Weiner, Robert Corn-Revere, Ronald G. London, Jonathan H. Anschell, and Susanna M. Lowy. Seth P. Waxman argued the cause for respondents ABC, Inc., et al. With him on the brief were Paul R. Q. Wolfson, Daniel S. Volchok, and John W. Zucker. Wade H. Hargrove, Mark J. Prak, and David Kushner filed a brief for respondents ABC Television Affiliates Association et al. Robert A. Long, Jr., Jonathan D. Blake, and Jennifer A. Johnson filed a brief for respondents CBS Television Network Affiliates Association et al. Andrew Jay Schwartzman filed a brief for respondents Center for Creative Voices in Media et al.

            Briefs of amici curiae urging reversal were filed for the American College of Pediatricians et al. by Bryan H. Beauman; for the Decency Enforcement Center for Television by Thomas B. North; for Focus on the Family et al. by J. Robert Flores; for Morality in Media, Inc., by Patrick A. Trueman and Robert W. Peters; and for National Religious Broadcasters by Craig L. Parshall, Joseph C. Chautin III, and Elise M. Stubbe.

            Briefs of amici curiae urging affirmance were filed for the American Academy of Pediatrics et al. by Angela J. Campbell; for the American Civil Liberties Union et al. by Steven R. Shapiro and Christopher A. Hansen; for the Cato Institute et al. by John P. Elwood, Ilya Shapiro, Thomas S. Leatherbury, and Harold Feld; for the National Association of Broadcasters et al. by Paul M. Smith, Elaine J. Goldenberg, Jessica Ring Amunson, Jane E. Mago, and Jerianne Timmerman; for the Pennsylvania Center for the First Amendment et al. by Robert D. Richards and Clay Calvert; for the Public Broadcasting Service by Ryan M. Christian and Daniel B. Levin; for the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press et al. by Lucy A. Dalglish, Gregg P. Leslie, and David M. Giles; for the Student Press Law Center et al. by Gregory Stuart Smith; and for the Thomas Jefferson Center for the Protection of Free Expression et al. by J. Joshua Wheeler.

            Briefs of amici curiae were filed for the American Center for Law and Justice by Jay Alan Sekulow, Stuart J. Roth, Colby M. May, and Walter M. Weber; for Former FCC Officials by Henry Geller, Glen O. Robinson, and Newton N. Minow, all pro se, and by Timothy K. Lewis and Carl A. Solano; for the Parents Television Council by Robert R. Sparks, Jr.; for the Yale Law School Information Society Project Scholars et al. by Priscilla J. Smith; and for Judith A. Reisman et al. by Mathew D. Staver, Anita L. Staver, Stephen M. Crampton, and Mary E. McAlister.

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No. 11–5683, Dorsey v. United States; and
No. 11–5721, Hill v. United States

Argued April 17, 2012

            Stephen E. Eberhardt, by appointment of the Court, 565 U. S. ___, argued the cause for petitioners in both cases. With him on the briefs for petitioner Hill in No. 11–5721 were William H. Theis, Mark D. Harris, Richard L. Spinogatti, Anna G. Kaminska, and Douglas A. Berman. Jonathan E. Hawley and Daniel T. Hansmeier filed briefs for petitioner Dorsey in No. 11–5683.

            Deputy Solicitor General Dreeben argued the cause for the United States in both cases. With him on the briefs were Solicitor General Verrilli, Assistant Attorney General Breuer, and Mark R. Freeman.

            Miguel A. Estrada, by invitation of the Court, 565 U. S. ___, argued the cause and filed a brief as amicus curiae in support of the judgments below. With him on the brief were Scott P. Martin and Daniel L. Geyser.

            Briefs of amici curiae urging reversal were filed for the American Civil Liberties Union et al. by Steven R. Shapiro, Dennis D. Parker, Lisa M. Bornstein, Kim M. Keenan, Daniel N. Abrahamson, Mary Price, and Nkechi Taifa; for the Center on the Administration of Criminal Law, New York University School of Law, by Alexandra A. E. Shapiro and Rachel E. Barkow; for the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers et al. by Jeffrey T. Green, Peter Goldberger, Sarah O'Rourke Schrup, and Brett G. Sweitzer; and for Former United States District Court Judge Paul G. Cassell et al. by Nancy Gertner and Mr. Cassell, both pro se.

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No. 10–1121, Knox et al. v. Service Employees International Union, Local 1000

Argued January 10, 2012

            W. James Young argued the cause for petitioners. With him on the briefs were Milton L. Chappell, William L. Messenger, Neal Kumar Katyal, and Dominic F. Perella.

            Jeremiah Collins argued the cause for respondent. On the brief were Jeffrey B. Demain and Scott A. Kronland.

            Deborah J. La Fetra, Harold E. Johnson, Timothy Sandefur, Ilya Shapiro, John C. Eastman, Anthony T. Caso, and J. Scott Detamore filed a brief for the Pacific Legal Foundation et al. as amici curiae urging reversal.

            Briefs of amici curiae urging affirmance were filed for the American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations by Lynn K. Rhinehart, James B. Coppess, and Laurence Gold; and for the National Education Association by Mr. Collins and Alice O'Brien.

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No. 11–94, Southern Union Co. v. United States

Argued March 19, 2012

            Carter G. Phillips argued the cause for petitioner. With him on the briefs were Jeffrey T. Green, Jacqueline G. Cooper, Daniel R. Benson, Eric D. Herschmann, David E. Ross, and Seth B. Davis.

            Deputy Solicitor General Dreeben argued the cause for the United States. With him on the brief were Solicitor General Verrilli, Assistant Attorney General Moreno, Nicole A. Saharsky, Andrew C. Mergen, Allen M. Brabender, and Nicholas A. DiMascio.

            Briefs of amici curiae urging reversal were filed for the Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America et al. by Benjamin C. Block, Jeffrey L. Fisher, Brian D. Ginsberg, Robin S. Conrad, Rachel Brand, and Sheldon Gilbert; and for Criminal Procedure Scholars by Harold J. Krent.

 

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