Latest US Supreme Court Stories
An appellate case in court this week brought by former NFL players over the use of their likenesses in a video game could make its way to the U.S.
Google won't get its day in court – at least not the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS). The highest court in the land on Monday declined to hear Google Inc.'s lawsuit challenge.
Utilizing an English Christian classic, John Bunyan’s The Pilgrim’s Progress (1678), Bryan W.
Profit-sharing arrangements between generic and brand name drug companies that preserve patents and prevent competition are not inherently legal, and can be challenged as anti-competitive, the US Supreme Court ruled on Monday.
A Salt Lake City, Utah-based genetics firm has lost a battle in court to keep a patent on naturally-occurring human genes.
A dramatic genetic finding about autism and cannabinoids leads this month’s news, followed by spotlighting three cannabinoid activists for furthering science and a brief look at the US Supreme
The US Supreme Court will hear oral arguments on Monday in a case that could determine whether or not human DNA can be patented, which could have a tremendous impact on genetic research, one way or the other.
Although the current Supreme Court has been criticized for its lack of diversity on the bench, the Court is actually more diverse overall today than ever in history, according to a new study that borrows statistical methods from ecology to reveal a more precise picture of diversity.
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