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  1. January 01, 2024

    Biggest Environmental Cases To Watch In 2024

    Game-changing environmental law decisions are on tap for 2024, from two U.S. Supreme Court cases that could make important changes to the practice of administrative law to more rulings on the extent of the federal government's jurisdiction under the Clean Water Act.

  2. January 01, 2024

    Federal Tax Cases To Watch In 2024

    The fates of unrealized income under the U.S. Constitution and the Internal Revenue Service's rulemaking authority under Chevron deference are hot-button tax topics in cases pending before the U.S. Supreme Court. Here, Law360 runs down some of the top federal cases tax experts will be keeping a close eye on in 2024.

  3. November 22, 2023

    Would Ending Chevron Deference Really Make Waves?

    Experts say federal agencies and courts have drifted away from relying on Chevron deference in recent years, following the lead of U.S. Supreme Court justices who have criticized it, but the doctrine hasn't been totally abandoned by lower courts — and a closely watched high court case could decide its ultimate fate.

  4. November 09, 2023

    Paul Clement's Big Idea: Overrule Chevron, Ease Polarization

    America's entrenched political polarization has been blamed on gerrymandering, cable news, social media, demographics and other intractable issues. But one of the U.S. Supreme Court bar's most accomplished advocates sees a solution hiding in plain sight: a ruling in his favor in perhaps the biggest showdown of the high court's term.

  5. October 27, 2023

    Are Justices Split 3-3-3? New Term Is Already Offering Clues

    The U.S. Supreme Court's dawning term is quickly shedding light on fissures in a six-justice supermajority, providing new evidence of areas where the conservative camp isn't predictably rock-solid despite its rapid reshaping of the nation's legal landscape.

  6. October 17, 2023

    Chevron Foes Pan Fed. Defenses In Fishers' High Court Case

    New Jersey herring fishers pushing U.S. justices to overrule a decades-old practice granting deference to agencies' expert interpretation of ambiguous laws have urged the high court to reject a federal government defense of the legal doctrine.

  7. September 29, 2023

    Energy Cases To Watch This Supreme Court Term

    There's plenty on the U.S. Supreme Court's plate this term to interest the energy sector, including a pair of blockbuster cases that could reshape administrative law as well as potential fights over clean energy and transmission development. Here are the energy-related cases the Supreme Court will consider this term.

  8. September 29, 2023

    4 Cases To Watch As New Supreme Court Term Kicks Off

    With the U.S. Supreme Court poised to start a fresh term, employment discrimination experts said they're keeping a close eye on two accepted cases and two pending petitions that address issues including the boundaries of Title VII's protections, religious rights and court deference to federal agencies. Here, Law360 looks at four cases management-side employment attorneys will be watching as the high court gets into gear.

  9. September 29, 2023

    'Administrative State' Attacks Soar To High Court Crescendo

    After methodically amassing U.S. Supreme Court victories against agency enforcers and regulators, a legal crusade against "administrative state" powers is poised to parlay piecemeal wins into a climactic conquest during the high court's new term, which is already teeming with anti-agency cases.

  10. September 29, 2023

    5 Supreme Court Cases To Watch This Fall

    The U.S. Supreme Court will tackle a variety of questions in the first half of its 2023 term that will have a broad impact on federal regulators' power and the authority of courts to intercede in major aspects of American life.