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Welcome to Supreme Court Brief. The justices’ decision to postpone the March argument session has ushered in uncertainty and new planning for Supreme Court advocates. Lawyers at Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe will miss their three turns at the lectern—at least temporarily. Plus: Despite the argument delay, the justices intend to carry on other regular business, including meeting Friday for their private conference. The Institute for Justice, which brought the 2005 takings challenge known as Kelo, is back with another takings petition which is on the conference list.

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