May 26, 2016
As the Supreme Court continues its 2015 Term, Gibson Dunn’s Supreme Court Round-Up is summarizing the issues presented in the cases on the Court’s docket and the opinions in the cases the Court has already decided. The Court has finished hearing arguments this Term, and we are awaiting decisions in 25 cases. Additionally, to date, the Court has granted certiorari in only 12 cases for the 2016 Term. Gibson Dunn has presented three arguments this Term, was co-counsel for Respondents in another case, and was involved in 12 additional cases as counsel for amici curiae.
Spearheaded by former Solicitor General Theodore B. Olson, the Supreme Court Round-Up keeps clients apprised of the Court’s most recent actions. The Round-Up previews cases scheduled for argument, tracks the actions of the Office of the Solicitor General, and recaps recent opinions. The Round-Up provides a concise, substantive analysis of the Court’s actions. Its easy-to-use format allows the reader to identify what is on the Court’s docket at any given time, and to see what issues the Court will be taking up next. The Round-Up is the ideal resource for busy practitioners seeking an in-depth, timely, and objective report on the Court’s actions.
To view the Round-Up, click here.
The following Gibson Dunn lawyers assisted in preparing this client alert: Theodore B. Olson, Amir C. Tayrani, Ashley S. Boizelle, Matthew E. Miller and Brandon L. Boxler.
Gibson Dunn’s lawyers are available to assist in addressing any questions you may have regarding developments at the Supreme Court. Please feel free to contact the following attorneys in the firm’s Washington, D.C. office, or any member of the Appellate and Constitutional Law Practice Group.
Theodore B. Olson (202.955.8500, firstname.lastname@example.org)
Amir C. Tayrani (202.887.3692, email@example.com)
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