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Reversal Rates and Caseload Pressure in the Sixth Circuit

USA - February 6 2019 As appellate attorneys, one of the most frequent questions we get are about the chances of reversal. The likelihood of obtaining a reversal on appeal...


Managing A Corporation Located In Michigan Can Create Personal Jurisdiction

USA - April 28 2017 In MAG IAS Holdings, Inc. v. Schmuckle (No. 16-1550), the Sixth Circuit issued its first published decision interpreting the reach of specific...


Appellate Courts and Caseload Pressure

USA - April 5 2017 An interesting paper has been making the rounds discussing how appellate courts react to caseload pressure. After September 11, 2001, the Second and...


Just Approaching The Canadian Border Can Satisfy The Fourth Amendment’s Probable Cause Requirement For A Suspicionless Search

USA - August 26 2016 In D.E. V. Doe (15-2128), the Sixth Circuit upheld the conviction of a teenager who "took a wrong turn on his way to summer camp." When he reached...


Cloud Storage Trips Up Spyware Software Service Under The Wiretap Act

USA - August 17 2016 In Luis v. Zang (No. 14-3601), the Sixth Circuit held that a maker of monitoring software was potentially liable under federal and state Wiretap...