SCOTUS Asked to Decide Whether Private Burial Grounds Can Be Opened to Public
A Pennsylvania woman whose home was declared by her township to be situated on an ancestral burial ground has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn a ruling forcing her to open up her property to the public.
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The White House announced five new additions Friday to its list of potential nominees to the U.S. Supreme Court, though no justice has announced retirement. The new names came in a press release that coincided with the annual conference of the Federalist Society, which has played a pivotal role in fashioning Trump’s list of potential nominees.
In a nearly full reversal of a 2015 lower court ruling, an appeals panel has ruled that Susan Kassapian, a principal administrative law judge from 2009-13, stated several claims that should survive the city’s motion to dismiss.
A task force reconvened by Chief Judge Janet DiFiore to recommend changes to the state’s constitution will be co-chaired by her husband, Dennis Glazer, a retired Davis Polk & Wardwell partner and Justice Alan Scheinkman, the administrative judge of the state’s Ninth Judicial District.
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