Official Reports Of the Unitede States Supreme Court Preliminary Reports 2013 V. 571, Pt. 2

Official Reports Of the Unitede States Supreme Court Preliminary Reports 2013 V. 571, Pt. 2
Official Reports Of the United States Supreme Court Preliminary Prints 2013 V. 571, Pt. 2 2
USA Price: 
In stock
GPO Stock Number:

Each "Sliplist" discloses the U. S. Reports volume and part numbers for a particular preliminary print; sets forth the name and citation of each case that will appear in that preliminary print; notes each case's docket number and date of issuance; specifies the sequential "R" number assigned by the Reporter of Decisions to the slip opinion after it was issued; and includes a brief summary of the case's holding. As new slip opinions are issued, Sliplist entries for those opinions will be added here. As the bound volumes for each Term are published, their Sliplist entries will be deleted.

Table of Contents

571 U. S., PART 2

Medtronic, Inc. v. Mirowski Family Ventures, LLC, 571 U. S. 2 ___ (2014) 

R014; No. 12-1128; 1/22/14. When a licensee seeks a declaratory judgment against a patentee that its products do not infringe the licensed patent, the patentee bears the burden of persuasion on the issue of infringement.

Burrage v. United States, 571 U. S. 2 ___ (2014) 

R015; No. 12-7515; 1/27/14. At least where use of the drug distributed by the defendant is not an independently sufficient cause of the victim's death or serious bodily injury, a defendant cannot be liable for penalty enhancement under 21 U. S. C. §841(b)(1)(C) unless such use is a but-for cause of the death or injury.

Sandifer v. United States Steel Corp., 571 U. S. 2 ___ (2014) 

R016; No. 12-417; 1/27/14. The time that petitioners spend donning and doffing their protective gear is not compensable by operation of 29 U. S. C. §203(o), a provision of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 that allows parties to collectively bargain, as the parties did here, over whether "time spent in changing 
clothes . . . at the beginning or end of each workday” must be compensated.

Air Wisconsin Airlines Corp. v. Hoeper, 571 U. S. 2 ___ (2014) 

R017; No. 12-315; 1/27/14. In this defamation action, Air Wisconsin Airlines Corp. is entitled, as a matter of law, to immunity under the Aviation and Transportation Security Act, 49 U. S. C. §44901 et seq., which exempts from civil liability airlines and their employees who report suspicious behavior to the Transportation Security Administration, provided that their statements to the TSA are not materially false.

Hinton v. Alabama, 571 U. S. 2 ___ (2014) 

R018; No. 13-6440; 2/24/14. Counsel's mistake of law—the unreasonable failure to understand the resources that state law made available to petitioner, which caused counsel to employ an expert that he himself deemed inadequate—amounts to deficient performance under Strickland v. Washington, 466 U. S. 668; the state court should consider on remand whether counsel's performance was prejudicial.

Walden v. Fiore, 571 U. S. 2 ___ (2014) 

R019; No. 12-574; 2/25/14. Petitioner, a Georgia police officer who searched respondents and seized their cash at a Georgia airport, did not create the "minimal contacts” necessary to connect himself to the forum State of Nevada, where respondents resided; thus, the Federal District Court there lacked personal jurisdiction over him in respondents' damages suit.

Fernandez v. California, 571 U. S. 2 ___ (2014) 

R020; No. 12-7822; 2/25/14. The exception to permissible warrantless consent searches of jointly occupied premises that arises when one of the occupants present objects to the search, Georgia v. Randolph, 547 
U. S. 103, does not apply where the cotenant's consent to search the premises was provided well after the police had lawfully removed the objecting cotenant from the premises.

Kaley v. United States, 571 U. S. 2 ___ (2014) 

R021; No. 12-464; 2/25/14. When challenging the legality of a pre-trial seizure of assets under 21 U. S. C. §853(e)(1), a criminal defendant who has been indicted is not constitutionally entitled to contest a grand jury's determination of probable cause to believe the defendant committed the crimes charged.

United States v. Apel, 571 U. S. 2 ___ (2014) 

R022; No. 12-1038; 2/26/14. For purposes of 18 U. S. C. §1382, which makes it a crime to reenter a 
"military. . . installation” after having been ordered not to do so "by any officer or person in command,” a "military. . . installation” encompasses a commanding officer's area of responsibility, which, in this case, includes the highways and public protest area of Vandenberg Air Force Base.

Chadbourne & Parke LLP v. Troice, 571 U. S. 2 ___ (2014) 

R023; No. 12-79; 2/26/14. The Securities Litigation Uniform Standards Act of 1998—which prohibits plaintiffs from bringing state-law-based securities class actions alleging "a misrepresentation or omission of a material fact in connection with the purchase or sale of a covered security,” 15 U. S. C. §78bb(f)(1)—does not extend to state-law class actions involving the purchase or sale of uncovered securities.

Law v. Siegel, 571 U. S. 2 ___ (2014) 

R024; No. 12-5196; 3/4/14. The Bankruptcy Court exceeded the limits of its authority under 11 U. S. C. §105(a) and its inherent powers when it ordered that petitioner Law's $75,000 homestead exemption be made available to pay attorney's fees that Chapter 7 trustee Siegel incurred as a result of Law's misconduct.

Lawson v. FMR LLC, 571 U. S. 2 ___ (2014) 

R025; No. 12-3; 3/4/14. The Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002's whistleblower protection provision, 18 U. S. C. §1514A, shields employees of privately held contractors and subcontractors who perform work for a public company, such as a mutual fund.



Justice Members of the Supreme Court, Supreme Court staff, attorneys, defenders, prosecutors, defendants, of Supreme Court cases, SCOTUS administrators, 

Product Details

Availability Details:
In Stock
USA Price:
International Price:
Supreme Court
Quantity Price:
Unit of Issue (US):
Unit of Issue (Non-US):
Record Creation Date:
Last Status Update:
Back to Top