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Yesterday the Supreme Court released opinions in two argued cases. The first was Collins v. Virginia, in which the justices held 8-1 that the automobile exception to the warrant requirement does not permit a warrantless search of a motorcycle parked in the driveway of a...

The petition of the day is: Olivar v. Public Service Employee Credit Union Long Term Disability Plan 17-1543 Issues: (1) Whether a benefit plan subject to the Employee Retirement Income Security Act, as an entity, is always a proper defendant in an action to recover benefits pursuant to...

Three months after oral argument (and as suggested in my analysis of that argument), the Supreme Court “dismissed as improvidently granted” (a “DIG,” in Supreme Court-speak) the case of City of Hays, Kansas v. Vogt. The effect of this one-sentence order is to leave in...