Supreme Court roundup
- Decline Medicare benefits, lose your Social Security? Tell it to SCOTUS [Trevor Burrus and Kathleen Hunker, Cato]
- “Castle” protections against official home intrusion aren’t forfeited just because you’re a renter [Ilya Shapiro and Sophie Cole, Cato]
- Was Hitler a pirate? Answer could shape SCOTUS Kiobel decision [Alison Frankel] Inside the effort to rein in the Alien Tort Statute [Reuters] Editorials urge limiting ATS [WaPo, WSJ] More: Bainbridge, Kenneth Anderson, roundtable at Opinio Juris, Ted Frank.
- Major takings case (Arkansas Game & Fish Commission v. U.S.) argued at SCOTUS [Ilya Somin, Damon Root, Federalist Society with Richard Epstein, Gideon Kanner] Court also decides to hear important regulatory takings case, St. Johns River Waste Management District v. Koontz [Somin]
- On the supposedly pro-business Supreme Court [Stephen Richer, Forbes; Ted Frank]
- Previews of the Court term [Adam Freedman, Point of Law, Federalist Society/C-SPAN, Above the Law]
- Are we nearing a “constitutional moment”? [Michael Greve with responses from William Galston and William Voegeli, Law and Liberty]