How Appealing Weekly Roundup – Above the Law
Ed. Note: A weekly roundup of just a few items from Howard Bashman’s How Appealing blog, the Web’s first blog devoted to appellate litigation. Check out these stories and more at How Appealing.
“There Is No Such Thing As a ‘Quiet’ Supreme Court Term; When conservatives have this much control over the Court’s agenda, the only question for liberals is how much they will lose, and how quickly”: Jay Willis has this post at Balls and Strikes.
“Appeals court upholds Tennessee, Kentucky bans on transgender care for minors”: Brendan Pierson of Reuters has this report on a ruling that a divided three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit issued this evening.
“US Supreme Court prepares for new term under ethics cloud”: Andrew Chung of Reuters has this report.
“Michigan judges ordered to honor pronouns of parties in court”: Ed White of The Associated Press has this report.
“Fifth Circuit halts ‘religious-liberty training’ order the day before it was to take place; The appeals court also allowed Texas’s book-ban law to go into effect Monday with no explanation”: Chris Geidner has this post at his Substack site.
“Former judge Richard Posner loses latest bid to dismiss wage lawsuit”: Nate Raymond of Reuters has this report.