Weekly Roundup - November 20, 2013

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Cert. Status

Coverage of the Supreme Court's rejection of the NSA spying case

Enron revisited as court reviews whistle-blower shield

The Supreme Court will be deciding when shareholders can sue for securities fraud - through former giant Halliburton

The Court granted two cases on Friday

Can a drug dealer be liable for the death of a customer? The Supreme Court will decide

Should the Court DIG Executive Benefits Insurance Agency v. Arkison?

The Supreme Court will not hear a new challenge to NSA spying

Court declines to review $111 million patent case

Justices to hear case on shareholder lawsuits

Will the Supreme Court take on contraception coverage challenge?

Cert denied in Marek v. Lane, but with a statement by Chief Justice Roberts

The Solicitor General urges the Supreme Court to provide guidance on ERISA stock drop class actions

Some of this week's cert denials came with opinions attached. Tom Goldstein of SCOTUSblog examines them

Unite Here v. Mulhall

Find out how oral arguments went during Unite Here v. Mulhall from Nina Totenberg

Richard Wolf reports on the neutrality deal at issue in Unite Here v. Mulhall

Fair Housing Dispute Settlement

New Jersey town of Mount Holly settles fair housing dispute before Supreme Court argument

Housing bias case blocked before the Supreme Court heard argument (by Richard Wolf)

SCOTUSblog reports on the fair housing case settlement

The fair housing case set to be argued before the Court next month has been settled

The Justices

Clarence Thomas: The Supreme Court's most happy fella

VIDEO: Justice Kagan spoke at University of Kentucky's College of Law

Watch Justice Thomas' interview at the Federalist Society's National Lawyers Convention (#fedsoc2013) from C-SPAN and from the Federalist Society

The Documents

Last week's oral argument audio and transcripts are posted on Oyez.org

The Supreme Court order list from Monday is available

Other News

Sometimes, you don't want your case to make it to the Supreme Court

Linda Greenhouse on the 'care and feeding' of the Court's docket

Justices say inmate can keep beard while contesting prison's grooming policy

Learn about when the Justices "rode circuit" and heard cases around the country

Paul Clement at #fedsoc2013: there have been 66 5-4 decisions with Roberts, Alito, Kennedy, Thomas, and Scalia in majority since Alito joined

Abigail Fisher gets her day in court - again