Up Next At High Court: Nazi Art Theft, Facebook Class Action
By Jimmy Hoover (December 4, 2020, 7:26 PM EST) -- The U.S. Supreme Court will hear its final cases of 2020 starting Monday, including a $250 million lawsuit against Germany over art stolen by Nazis, a high-profile Facebook privacy case, and a separation-of-powers showdown involving a housing regulator.
The court will round out its December argument session with five hearings before heading into a short recess for the holidays. The justices, who have been hearing cases by phone since May, will spend Monday to Wednesday swerving between questions of foreign sovereign immunity, autodialer regulations and the Federal Housing Finance Agency.
Here are the cases to watch.
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