The high court was discussing a trademark case Monday involving a Los Angeles-based fashion brand. But the justices did some verbal gymnastics to get through about an hour of arguments without saying the brand's name.
By Jessica Gresko, Associated Press
The U.S. Supreme Court returned to work Monday and the court has a docket full of controversial cases on topics ranging from obscenity to strip searches to warrantless surveillance. Gwen Ifill previews the new term with The National Law Journal's…
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The Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that the government could threaten broadcasters with fines over the use of even a single profanity on live television, yet stopped short of ruling whether the policy violates the Constitution. Marcia Coyle of the National…
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