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In Wearry v. Foster, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit is considering, among other things, whether the doctrine of absolute prosecutorial immunity shields a Louisiana prosecutor and police officer from a damages...U.S. Supreme Court
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In Henry Schein, Inc. v. Archer and White Sales, Inc., the Supreme Court is considering, among other things, whether an arbitration agreement clearly and unmistakably delegates the question of arbitrability to an arbitrator simply by...September 15, 2020
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Taylor v. Riojas, et al.
In Taylor v. Riojas, et al., the Supreme Court considered whether officers who confined an individual for six days in a cell where he was exposed to pervasive human waste are immune from being sued for...U.S. Supreme Court
Jessop v. City of Fresno
In Jessop v. City of Fresno, the Supreme Court was asked to consider whether police officers who allegedly stole property while executing a search warrant were immune from being sued for violating the Fourth Amendment. ...