(The Return of) Ignatz, by Sam Heldman

Tuesday, November 05, 2002

Supreme Court As others such as Howard Bashman have noted, the Supreme Court today put out its first two decisions in argued cases for this Term. They are (1) Syngenta v. Henson, which I discussed here, in which the Court holds that the All Writs Act does not provide a basis for removal jurisdiction, and (2) Yellow Transp. v. Michigan, which I discussed here, about states' fees on truckers. Neither is likely to be very interesting to a non-lawyer, I'm afraid. But most importantly, I predicted both correctly -- as did everyone else who's paying attention, such as Ted at Supreme Court Blog, and the unnamed law professor "experts" as well as the computer at Wash. U.'s site. Good for us.

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