Advocates for domestic violence victims and those seeking child custody and support are breathing easier this week because the U.S. Supreme Court dismissed a case that could have limited the enforcement of court orders in those areas.

Because the lower court’s order stands in Robertson v. United States ex rel. Watson, Robert Long, a partner at Washington’s Covington & Burling, puts this one in the win column. Long argued for Wykenna Watson pro bono.

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