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Recent U.S. Supreme Court Decisions

Alexander v. South Carolina State Conference of the NAACP (May 23, 2024)

The evidentiary force of an alternative map in a redistricting case, coupled with its easy availability, means that trial courts should draw an adverse inference from a plaintiff's failure to submit this map.

Coinbase v. Suski (May 23, 2024)

A judge, rather than an arbitrator, must decide whether a subsequent contract supersedes an earlier arbitration agreement that contains a delegation clause.

Brown v. United States (May 23, 2024)

A state crime constitutes a “serious drug offense” for the purposes of the Armed Career Criminal Act if it involved a drug that was on the federal schedules when the defendant possessed or trafficked in it but was later removed.

Harrow v. Department of Defense (May 16, 2024)

The 60-day limit for a federal employee subjected to an adverse personnel action to appeal from the Merit Systems Protection Board to the Federal Circuit is not jurisdictional.

Smith v. Spizzirri (May 16, 2024)

Section 3 of the Federal Arbitration Act does not permit a court to dismiss a case instead of issuing a stay when the dispute is subject to arbitration and a party requests a stay pending arbitration.

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John G. Roberts, Jr.
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