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Amicus Briefs

Amicus Briefs
November 2, 2017

Finance: Should the U.S. Supreme Court abrogate the Quill Corp. v. North Dakota, 504 U.S. 298 (1992), sales-tax-only, physical-presence requirement.

Amicus Briefs
October 25, 2017

Legal System: Whether a tribal court has jurisdiction to adjudicate employment claims by Arizona school district employees against their Arizona school district employer that operates on the Navajo reservation pursuant to a state constitutional mandate to provide a general and uniform public educ

Amicus Briefs
September 12, 2017

Special Education & Disabilities: Whether parents who succeed on claim for reimbursement for private school tuition under IDEA's stay put provision are a prevail party entitled to attorneys' fees

Amicus Briefs
February 21, 2017

Employment & Labor: Does the Fair Labor Standards Act allow employers, when calculating the overtime rate, to exclude payments to an employee that are entirely unrelated to his hours of employment

Amicus Briefs
January 10, 2017

Equity & Discrimination: Whether informal agency guidance in the form of a letter intrepreting Title IX as applying to gender identity is entitled Auer deference by courts

Amicus Briefs
December 21, 2016

Special Education & Disabilities:  What level of education benefit must be provided to meet the IDEA’s free appropriate public education requirement?

Amicus Briefs
October 7, 2016

Special Education & Disabilities: Whether 20 U.S.C. § 1415(l) requires Petitioners to exhaust the state administrative procedures set forth in the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), 20 U.S.C.

Amicus Briefs
April 6, 2016

Special Education & Disabilities: Whether a school district must provide  a student with religious/cultural instruction in order to satisfy IDEA's  free appropriate public education requirement   

Amicus Briefs
February 9, 2016

Federal agency notice and comment rulemaking: Whether Auer v. Robbins, 519 U.S. 452 (1997), nd Bowles v. Seminole Rock & Sand Co., 325 U.S. 410 (1945), should be overruled

Amicus Briefs
February 9, 2016

Whether the Fifth Court erred in applying the "cat's paw" theory of liability to Title VII

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