Chief Justice John Roberts Jr. will encounter a familiar name when he calls up one of the attorneys during oral arguments on Oct. 10 in a case about financial whistleblowers. 

Taking the lectern on behalf of Swiss bank UBS and its investment arm will be Eugene Scalia, the former labor secretary and son of the late U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, with whom five of the current justices shared a bench for many years.