SCOTUS: Highlights of October Term 2017
Created on November 30, 2018
The Supreme Court resolved a host of important issues in October Term 2017. The Court decided several cases on the scope of the Fourth Amendment, including a landmark ruling on phone company records of cell-cite data. It also addressed pressing issues in immigration law and sentencing law that will have far-reaching effects on non-citizens and those convicted of crimes. The Court resolved cases of keen interest to many American businesses, including a deep dive into the Patent and Trademark Office’s inter partes review process.
This course, presented by Chris Cariello, Naomi Scotten, Matt Bush, and Derek Fischer of Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe’s Supreme Court and Appellate Group, examines the highlights of an exciting term and offers insight into the implications of the Court’s decisions.
- Obtain an overview of important Supreme Court decisions of the October 2017 Term
- Understand the practical and legal implications of some of the Court’s key decisions
- Examine the Court’s decisions for clues about the trajectory of the law
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