||Summary of QP
FL AG's office
|Fl. S. Ct.
||Whether the anti-kickback
provision of Florida's Medicaid fraud statute is preempted by the
federal anti-kickback statute.
||Whether law enforcement
officers' exploratory search of the interior of Petitioner's vehicle,
after arresting him beyond "reaching distance" from the vehicle,
violated the Fourth Amendment's search incident-to-arrest doctrine.
Canada v. US
Hercules v. US
Chemtura Canada v. US
|E.B. Chiles IV
E.B. Chiles IV
|Whether the Fifth Amendment
permits the unexpected and unforeseeable imposition of over $100
million in retroactive liability without any consideration of the
factors articulated by this Court in Eastern
Enterprises v. Apfel. (Note that 06-865 is the "lead case"
here. Also available: Combined
Chem. Council as Amicus, Indep.
Grp. of Scientists as Amicus,
Legal as Amicus.)
Debevoise & Plimpton
|Ct. of Cr.
App. of Tx.
||Whether the President act within his constitutional and statutory foreign affairs authority when he determined that the states must comply with the United States' treaty obligation to give effect to the Avena judgment in the cases of the 51 Mexican nationals named in the judgment. (All other briefs, including those from the first time this case was at the Court, can be found here.)|
||The question presented is whether "proceeds," in the context of the principal federal money laundering statute, refers to the gross receipts from the unlawful activities or only the profits, i.e., gross receipts less expenses.|
of Phoenix v. US ex rel. Hendow
||Whether an allegation that a
claimant has knowingly violated a regulatory requirement that
constitutes a threshold condition of federal program eligibility -
rather than a condition of government payment - is sufficient to state
a claim under the False Claims Act. (Also available: BIO,
Brief of Resp., Supp.
Brief of Pet., Career
College Assoc. Amicus, Amer.
Health Care Assoc. Amicus,
Defense Industrial Assoc. Amicus)