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Important arbitration-waiver case today from SCOTUS:
“Most Courts of Appeals have answered that question by applying a rule of waiver specific to the arbitration context. Usually, a federal court deciding whether a litigant has waived a right does not ask

If Woodrow Wilson and James Landis seem alarmed in the picture to the right, it may be that they had a premonition about the Fifth Circuit’s 2021-22 skepticism toward the structure of the SEC. Following a 2021 loss in Cochran

“Springboards to Education” returned to the Fifth Circuit with another unsuccessful trademark-infringement lawsuit against a school district: “One decisive fact remains all the same: sophisticated school-district customers can tell the difference between goods Springboards is selling them and goods and

Badgerow v. Walters recently returned to the Fifth Circuit after the Supreme Court’s clarification that a “‘look-through’ approach to determining federal jurisdiction does not apply to requests to confirm or vacate arbitral awards under Sections 9 and 10 of the

A Fifth Circuit motions panel granted Texas’ request to stay a preliminary injunction against that state’s law about content moderation by major social media platforms; commentators suggest that a rapid Supreme Court appeal will now occur. (The asterisk below