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When the U.S. Supreme Court removed the Trump administration’s travel ban cases from the Oct. 10 argument slot, there was a lone case left standing for argument—a jurisdictional puzzle that would not draw nearly the attention given to the immigration challenges. The American Academy of Appellate Lawyers doesn’t file many amicus briefs in the Supreme Court, but it saw a “trap for the unwary” in the case Hamer v. Neighborhood Housing Services of Chicago.

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