Securities and Exchange Commission, Petitioner v. George R. Jarkesy, Jr., et al.

  1. June 01, 2024

    Blockbuster Summer: 10 Big Issues Justices Still Must Decide

    As the calendar flips over to June, the U.S. Supreme Court still has heaps of cases to decide on issues ranging from trademark registration rules to judicial deference and presidential immunity. Here, Law360 looks at 10 of the most important topics the court has yet to decide.

  2. May 22, 2024

    Justices' CFPB Alliance May Save SEC Courts, Not Chevron

    A four-justice concurrence to the U.S. Supreme Court's decision upholding the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's unique funding scheme last week carries implications for other cases pending before the court that challenge the so-called administrative state, or the permanent cadre of regulatory agencies and career government enforcers who hold sway over vast swaths of American economic life.

  3. May 17, 2024

    Industry Emboldened After Justices Galvanize Agency Attacks

    In the year since the U.S. Supreme Court said "extraordinary" and "far-reaching" attacks on administrative enforcers can skip agency tribunals and go straight to federal district court, ambitious challenges to regulatory powers are rapidly gaining traction, and the high court is poised to put them on an even firmer footing.

  4. March 29, 2024

    High Court SEC Case May Bear On DOJ's Immigration Probes

    A highly anticipated Supreme Court decision on the constitutionality of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission's tribunal body could lend support to Walmart and SpaceX in immigration enforcement proceedings, and it may even have the potential to strike the foundation of immigration courts.

  5. January 08, 2024

    Supreme Court Is Suddenly Embroiled In A Term For The Ages

    When 2024 began, the U.S. Supreme Court's docket — spanning abortion, guns, social media, the modern regulatory system and more — already seemed certain to shake up the nation's cultural and economic landscapes. But now there's also a showdown involving Donald Trump and America's constitutional bedrock, auguring a truly tectonic term.

  6. January 01, 2024

    5 Supreme Court Cases To Watch This Spring

    "Blockbuster," "momentous" and "historic" are all words that have been used to describe the U.S. Supreme Court's current term as the justices prepare for a spring docket jam-packed with questions over the level of deference courts should give federal agencies, whether and how social media companies should be regulated and whether government efforts to combat misinformation crosses the line between persuasion and coercion.

  7. January 01, 2024

    Energy Cases To Watch In 2024

    A pair of blockbuster administrative law cases before the U.S. Supreme Court highlight what will be a compelling 2024 in the courtroom for the energy industry. Here's a list of cases that energy attorneys will be watching closely this year.

  8. January 01, 2024

    SEC Enforcement Cases To Watch In 2024

    The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission's enforcement division is facing a number of decisive court battles this year, from an anticipated U.S. Supreme Court ruling that could severely limit its use of its in-house court system, to possible decisions in headline-grabbing litigation over cybersecurity breaches, cryptocurrency sales and insider trading. Here, Law360 breaks down the enforcement cases and controversies to watch in 2024. 

  9. January 01, 2024

    Appellate Outlook: Circuit Splits & Hot Topics To Track In 2024

    The 2024 appellate almanac is looking lively after eye-popping opinions and arguments in 2023's homestretch. As the new year begins, several circuit splits seem more serious, ideological imbalances are in the spotlight, and luminaries of the U.S. Supreme Court bar are locked in a burgeoning battle over alleged corporate complicity in terrorism.

  10. December 04, 2023

    Justices Weigh Limits Of Possible Ruling Against SEC Courts

    While the U.S. Supreme Court recently expressed a willingness to declare the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission's in-house court system unconstitutional, experts say some justices have shown a desire to keep their ruling from spilling over into the enforcement activities of federal agencies doling out Social Security benefits or punishing alleged tax cheats.