Supreme Court won't weigh in on False Claims Act standards case
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Supreme Court won’t weigh in on False Claims Act standards case

The Supreme Court declined to clarify how false claims should be verified under the False Claims Act, which could draw out some related healthcare cases,…

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Hospitals ask Supreme Court to toss 340B, site-neutral pay cuts
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Hospitals ask Supreme Court to toss 340B, site-neutral pay cuts

Hospitals on Wednesday asked the Supreme Court to overturn two appeals court decisions upholding Medicare payment cuts for 340B drugs and off-campus hospital outpatient office…

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Biden administration supports ACA at Supreme Court, drops Trump-era challenge
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Biden administration supports ACA at Supreme Court, drops Trump-era challenge

While the U.S. Supreme Court has yet to rule on the fate of the Affordable Care Act, the Biden administration on Wednesday took steps to…

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Supreme Court cancels arguments in two Trump-era immigration cases
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Supreme Court says California cannot ban indoor church services

The Supreme Court is telling California that it can’t bar indoor church services because of the coronavirus pandemic, but it can keep for now a…

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Supreme Court cancels arguments in two Trump-era immigration cases
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Supreme Court cancels arguments in two Trump-era immigration cases

Washington — The Supreme Court on Wednesday canceled arguments planned for the coming weeks in two immigration disputes over policies enacted by former President Donald…

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Supreme Court sides with Germany in Nazi-era art dispute
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Supreme Court sides with Germany in Nazi-era art dispute

Washington — The Supreme Court is making it harder for a multimillion-dollar lawsuit involving centuries-old religious artworks obtained by the Nazis from Jewish art dealers…

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Supreme Court tosses emoluments cases against Trump
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Supreme Court tosses emoluments cases against Trump

Washington – The Supreme Court on Monday tossed out disputes claiming former President Donald Trump was profiting from the presidency through his continued financial interest…

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Supreme Court declines to fast-track election-related disputes
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Supreme Court declines to fast-track election-related disputes

Washington — The Supreme Court on Monday rejected requests to fast-track a bevy of election-related disputes brought by President Trump and other Republicans, effectively foreclosing…

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U.S. Supreme Court divided over Google's bid to end Oracle's Android copyright lawsuit
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U.S. Supreme Court divided over Google’s bid to end Oracle’s Android copyright lawsuit

(Reuters) — The U.S. Supreme Court appeared divided on Wednesday as it considered whether to protect Alphabet Inc’s Google from a long-running lawsuit by Oracle…

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Researchers create dataset to advance U.S. Supreme Court gender bias analysis
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Researchers create dataset to advance U.S. Supreme Court gender bias analysis

University of Washington language researchers and legal professionals recently created a labeled dataset for detection of interruptions and competitive turn-taking in U.S. Supreme Court oral…

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