After staying up late to resolve a flurry of last-minute litigation concerning the execution of Lisa Montgomery, the justices will hear their third and final oral argument of the week at 10 a.m. in AMG Capital Management v. Federal Trade Commission, a case about the FTC’s authority to seek monetary relief when suing companies for unfair or deceptive trade practices. Our preview of the case is here.
Here’s a round-up of Supreme Court-related news and commentary from around the web:
- Supreme Court restores requirements for medication abortions, siding with Trump administration (Robert Barnes, The Washington Post)
- Supreme Court Considers Expanding Government Liability Over Speech Restrictions — Even After They Were Lifted (Jess Bravin, The Wall Street Journal)
- Supreme Court Considers Issue of Damages That Comes Up in Many Suits Over School Policies (Mark Walsh, Education Week)
- Key steps in Trump Organization criminal probe stall as investigators await Supreme Court decision (Kara Scannell, CNN)
- Mootness and nominal damages (Howard Wasserman, PrawfsBlawg)
- Men’s Group Wants High Court To Overturn Male-Only Draft (Law360)
- Supreme Court to Consider NCAA Authority to Limit Student Athlete Scholarships (Hank Lacey, Law Week Colorado)
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