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For the Tribune News Service (via Governing), Bob Egelko reports on Sessions v. Dimaya, in which the court ruled on Tuesday that a portion of the criminal-removal provision in the Immigration and Nationality Act is unconstitutionally vague. At Slate, Mark Joseph Stern observes that Dimaya...

The petition of the day is: Henry Schein Inc. v. Archer and White Sales Inc. 17-1272 Issue: Whether the Federal Arbitration Act permits a court to decline to enforce an agreement delegating questions of arbitrability to an arbitrator if the court concludes the claim of arbitrability is “wholly...

We blogged in February about Epps v. Earth Fare, in which the Central District Court of California dismissed a lawsuit under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) because the plaintiff revoked her consent to receive text messages in an unreasonable manner. In that case, the...