Interesting oral arguments dominated this week's news at the Supreme Court, and our coverage of the Court reflected that in Supreme Court Insider, our digital newsletter published on Tuesday and Wednesday, the days the justices were sitting.
We had stories on oral arguments in two hot-button cases, one on the "state secrets" doctrine and the other on corporate personhood in the context of the Freedom of Information Act.
On the milestone-setting occasion of Arnold & Porter partner Lisa Blatt's 30th argument -- more than any other woman in history -- we had an article on her advice for advocates and her thoughts on why men dominate the field of Supreme Court litigants.
Richard Monahan, a West Virginia plaintiffs class action lawyer made his debut at the Court this week, and we profiled him. We also looked at a pending petition raising important questions about standards for "disestablishing" Indian tribes.
In a timely commentary former acting attorney general Stuart Gerson, now with Epstein Becker & Green, weighs in on last week's decision in Mayo Foundation v. United States, which he describes as a "considerable blow" to corporations.
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