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Yesterday the Supreme Court heard oral argument in Patchak v. Zinke, in which the justices considered the separation-of-powers limits on Congress’ ability to direct the outcome of litigation. Ronald Mann analyzes the argument for this blog. At the Associated Press, Jessica Gresko reports that the...

Readers worrying that Justice Neil Gorsuch is hogging time at oral argument may find more cause for concern when I lead with his “where’s the beef” quip from today’s argument in Patchak v. Zinke. But a post about a separation-of-powers case doesn’t offer enough choices...

The petition of the day is: Convergex Group, LLC v. Fletcher 17-343 Issue: Whether a participant in a defined-benefit ERISA plan may claim “representational” standing and rely on only his plan’s injuries to satisfy article III’s standing requirement, as the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 2nd Circuit...