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January arguments, day by day

The Supreme Court on Friday released the schedule of oral arguments for the session beginning January 12.  Arguments begin at 10 a.m. each day; each argument will be for one hour.  There will be no afternoon arguments.

The daily schedule, with brief summaries of the issues and links to case pages, follows the jump.

Monday, January 12:

Reed v. Town of Gilbert constitutionality of a local ordinance restricting outdoor signs placed by churches

Oneok v. Learjet right of retail purchasers of natural gas to file antitrust lawsuits in state court to challenge prices set in the federally regulated wholesale market

Tuesday, January 13:

Mach Mining v. EEOC federal court review of EEOC’s attempts to resolve employment discrimination complaints

Kellogg Brown & Root v. United States ex rel. Carter when is a private lawsuit barred under the False Claims Act because a related lawsuit had been filed earlier

Wednesday, January 14:

Mellouli v. Holder — proof needed to support deportation of a foreign national who has been convicted in state court of possessing drug paraphernalia 

Wellness International Network v. Sharif loss of bankruptcy court jurisdiction because the case involves an issue of state law on ownership of property; also, debtor’s right to waive Article III jurisdictional bar

Monday, January 19: Legal holiday — No arguments

Tuesday, January 20:

Armstrong v. Exceptional Child Center —  right of Medicaid providers to sue under the Supremacy Clause to enforce benefit rights when Congress did not authorize private enforcement

Williams-Yulee v. Florida Bar constitutionality of state ban on judicial candidates’ personal solicitation of campaign donations

Wednesday, January 21:

Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs v. Inclusive Communities Project application of federal Fair Housing Act to disparate racial impact claims

Rodriguez v. United States authority of a police officer to extend an already completed traffic stop for a canine sniff without reasonable suspicion or other legal justification


Recommended Citation: Lyle Denniston, January arguments, day by day, SCOTUSblog (Nov. 22, 2014, 9:01 AM),