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U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, where a three-judge panel heard arguments on the halting of the immigration ban.

Ninth Circuit, Asserting Its Role, Keeps Nationwide Block on Travel Ban in Place

By Ross Todd |

If there's a way to respond to a president who has taken aim at the federal judiciary, it's to speak with one voice. That's just what the Ninth Circuit did on Thursday with its per curiam opinion that struck back at the notion that a president's actions are unreviewable.

Richard Clifton, Michelle Friedland, and William Canby.

In Travel Ban Appeal, Judges Don't Accept 'We’re in a Rush' Excuse

By Scott Graham |

Lawyers prepared for Tuesday's Ninth Circuit arguments under extreme time pressure. But the judges wouldn't cut them any breaks.

Paul Clement of Kirkland & Ellis

Appeals Court Stays Injunction in Sanofi-Amgen Patent Fight

By Scott Graham |

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit hit pause Wednesday on a Delaware judge's order that would block sales of Sanofi's cholesterol drug Praluent.

Justice Randy Holland of the Delaware Supreme Court. HANDOUT.

Holland to Retire From Del. Supreme Court

By Tom McParland |

Justice Randy J. Holland, the longest-serving judge ever to sit on Delaware’s highest court, has announced that he will retire in March.