While the Supreme Court’s last term included a number of blockbuster decisions, the majority of cases received minimal coverage.
Anna St. John of the Hamilton Lincoln Law Institute explores three underreported decisions from the Supreme Court’s October 2020 term: NCAA v. Alston, Sanchez v. Mayorkas, and Americans for Prosperity v. Bonta.
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Related Links & Differing Views:
NCAA v. Alston:
SCOTUSblog: “NCAA athletes win 9-0 on educational perks as Kavanaugh calls out ban on direct payments”
Reason: “NCAA Gets Blown Out in Major Supreme Court Antitrust Decision”
The Federalist Society Blog: “NCAA v. Alston and the Future of Antitrust”
The Federalist Society: “Courthouse Steps Decision Webinar: NCAA v. Alston”
Sanchez v. Mayorkas:
SCOTUSblog: “Justices deny green cards to noncitizens granted Temporary Protected Status”
Bloomberg Law: “Supreme Court Curbs Green-Card Bids from Temporary Residents”
The Originalism Blog: “Sanchez v. Mayorkas: Are We All Textualists Now?”
The Federalist Society: “Courthouse Steps Decision Webinar: Sanchez v. Mayorkas”
Americans for Prosperity v. Bonta:
SCOTUSblog: “Divided court invalidates California donor-disclosure rules”
Brennan Center for Justice: “The Supreme court Moves the Goalposts on Donor Transparency”
Reason: “S. Ct. Strikes Down California Requirement that Charitable Organizations Disclose Major Donors to State AG”
The Federalist Society: “Courthouse Steps Decision Webinar: Americans for Prosperity v. Bonta”
As always, the Federalist Society takes no position on particular legal or public policy issues; all expressions of opinion are those of the speaker.