As we draw ever closer to the beginning of the U.S. Supreme Court's October 2006 term, appellate litigator Howard J. Bashman pauses to give us a glimpse of the oral arguments at the top of the justices' calendar. From sentencing to patent royalties to telecom disputes, the start of the new term offers a variety of issues. Bashman also predicts that the 9th Circuit is on its way to being reversed in at least three of the four cases to be argued in October.
A Look Ahead to First Oral Arguments of New Supreme Court Term
Special to Law.com
August 14, 2006
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