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Briefly: At Bloomberg Law, Kimberly Robinson reports that although the court’s “’opinions related to orders’ get less attention than [its] merits opinions,” “they give courtwatchers clues about the justices who write them.” Melissa Quinn reports for the Washington Examiner that “‘t]he Washington rumor mill is churning with...

One of the many issues under discussion when the question of litigation financing regulation comes up is whether parties’ use of litigation financing must be disclosed. One federal district court has implemented provisions requiring the disclosure of litigation financing, and the state of Wisconsin recently...

The petition of the day is: Sportswear Inc. v. Savannah College of Art and Design Inc. 17-1316 Issue: Whether the scope of a federally registered service mark extends to unrelated goods bearing that service mark. The post Petition of the day appeared first on SCOTUSblog....