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Supreme Court Decides When Clock Stops for State Claims

USA - February 8 2018 Joining state law claims in a federal suit is common. But until the Supreme Court decided Artis v. District of Columbia, 2018 WL 491524 (Jan. 22...

Matthew A. Sloan, William Walden.


Quarles & Brady Appellate Year in Review - 2017

USA - February 1 2018 Appeals are crossroads. Whether our clients are on the winning or losing side in the trial court, an appeal means they must pause to ask some basic...

Rodney W. Ott, Adriane J. Hofmeyr.


Supreme Court: Only Statutory Deadlines Are Jurisdictional

USA - November 14 2017 Justice Frankfurter once observed that the term “jurisdiction” was “a verbal coat of too many colors,” United States v. L. A. Tucker Truck Lines, Inc...

Jerome C. Mohsen.


“Court honored Lincoln as a fellow lawyer”

USA - May 5 2015 This past April, America commemorated the 150th anniversary of the end of the Civil War. On Sunday, April 9, 1865, Gen. Robert E. Lee surrendered to...


Supreme Court explains when a winning party must cross-appeal

USA - March 17 2015 It's a common question at the beginning of an appeal: Having won in the trial court, when must a party cross-appeal? Recently, in Jennings v...

Thomas McDonell.