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Latest News in Appellate

  • July 21, 2017

    7th Circ. Sides With Immigrant In Row Over Marijuana Offense

    The Seventh Circuit on Thursday granted a petition from a lawful permanent resident who has been ordered deported, saying the Board of Immigration Appeals misapplied Supreme Court precedent when it deemed his conviction under a marijuana statute an “aggravated felony.”

  • July 21, 2017

    Ohio Can’t Tax Del. Trust Over Stock Sale, Justices Told

    A Delaware trust that netted $18 million from the sale of stock in an Ohio trucking logistics company has asked the Supreme Court to prevent the state of Ohio from slapping it with income taxes, arguing the state lacks taxing authority to do so.

  • July 21, 2017

    Mich. Residents Challenge State's Tax Sales At High Court

    A group of Michigan taxpayers fighting to get some of the proceeds from tax foreclosures on their property appealed to the Supreme Court last week, arguing that Michigan law allows the state to get an unconstitutional windfall from tax sales.

  • July 21, 2017

    Gambling Co. Blasts 7th Circ.'s Ch. 11 Safe Harbor Ruling

    A former racetrack and casino shareholder has launched the opening salvo in a U.S. Supreme Court dispute over whether bankruptcy safe-harbor transfers to financial institutions include those where the institutions didn’t directly benefit, arguing that Congress intended to keep these transactions shielded from clawback.

  • July 21, 2017

    10th Circ. Gives States A Leg Up In Making Gaming Deals

    A recent Tenth Circuit decision that the state of New Mexico can punish non-Indian vendors for working with the Pueblo of Pojoaque's casinos in the absence of a gaming compact may leave the tribe unable to get the gambling machines and software it needs and gives states more leverage when negotiating tribal-state gaming deals.

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