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This morning the justices will hear oral argument in two cases. First up is Encino Motorcars v. Navarro, which asks whether service advisors at car dealerships are exempt from the Fair Labor Standards Act’s overtime-pay requirements. Ronald Mann previewed the case for this blog. Ryan...

Defining Mеѕоthеlіоmа – The Deadly CancerMеѕоthеlіоmа is a fоrm оf саnсеr thаt аttасkѕ thе linings оf thе lungs аnd thе іntеѕtіnаl trасt, аnd аlѕо thе ѕас covering the hеаrt. It іѕ also саllеd epithelial mesothelioma, as іt affects thе mеmbrаnе in the рlеurа, the реrісаrdіum,...

The petition of the day is: Crane Co. v. Poage 17-900 Issues: (1) Whether the due process clause requires appellate review that considers factors undermining the reasonableness of the punitive damages award; and (2) whether the due process clause prohibits a punitive damages award that is more than...

This morning’s oral argument in Hall v. Hall addressed two related issues. One is the effect of consolidating separate civil actions and whether they become a single action or retain separate identities. The second is how that affects the timing of and obligation to appeal....