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ADA Violation

Matthew Carello sued the Aurora Policemen Credit Union, alleging that accessibility barriers to the Credit Union’s website violate his rights under the Americans with Disabilities Act.

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Penalties

During a random audit, the Indiana Department of Insurance (“the Department”) discovered that American Homeland Title Agency had committed hundreds of regulatory violations.

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Anti-trust Violation

This appeal is one of two we decide today regarding the market for commercial fire‐alarm services in Chicago’s suburbs.

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Warrantless Search – OWI – Blood Test

In this case, we return to a topic that we have addressed twice in recent years: the circumstances under which a police officer may administer a warrantless blood alcohol concentration (BAC) test to a motorist who appears to have been driving under the influence of alcohol.

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Auer Deference

Petitioner James Kisor, a Vietnam War veteran, first sought disability benefits from the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) in 1982, alleging that he had developed post-traumatic stress disorder from his military service.

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Commerce Clause Violation

The State of Tennessee imposes demanding durational residency requirements on all individuals and businesses seeking to obtain or renew a license to operate a liquor store.

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Sentencing Guideline – Penalties

In our constitutional order, a vague law is no law at all. Only the people’s elected representatives in Congress have the power to write new federal criminal laws.

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Statutory Interpretation

Congress has instructed that the disclosure requirements of the Freedom of Information Act do “not apply” to “confidential” private-sector “commercial or financial information” in the government’s possession.

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1st Amendment Violation

Two Terms ago, in Matal v. Tam, 582 U. S. ___ (2017), this Court invalidated the Lanham Act’s bar on the registration of “disparag[ing]” trademarks. 15 U. S. C. §1052(a).

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Punitive Damages

By granting federal courts jurisdiction over maritime and admiralty cases, the Constitution implicitly directs federal courts sitting in admiralty to proceed “in the manner of a common law court.”

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Arbitration

This case addresses whether a circuit court order denying a request to compel arbitration and stay a pending lawsuit is final for the purposes of appeal.

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Constitutionality – Gubernatorial Approval

This is an original action brought by Kristi Koschkee et al., two licensed teachers and two school board members, against Superintendent of Public Instruction (SPI) Carolyn Stanford Taylor and the Department of Public Instruction (DPI).

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Evidentiary Hearing

Marwan Mahajni appeals a judgment convicting him of kidnapping and second degree sexual assault following a jury trial, as well as a subsequent order denying a post-conviction motion for a new trial without holding an evidentiary hearing.

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Ineffective Assistance of Counsel

John Childress appeals from a judgment convicting him of repeated sexual assault of a child and from the order denying his motion for postconviction relief.

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Jury Instructions

Terry Lynn Pundsack appeals the judgment of conviction, entered on a jury verdict, finding him guilty of substantial battery, with intent to cause bodily harm.

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