Supreme Court of the United States of America
Justice Katanji Brown Jackson issued her first majority opinion, making history as the first Supreme Court majority opinion written by a black woman. Unfortunately, it’s a real snooze, a mostly- unanimous (one subpart was not unanimous, but no concurrence or dissent was written) decision interpreting the Federal Disposition Act on a question of whether Agent Checks and Teller Checks are enough like money orders to fall under the act. Zzzzzzz.
Terry P. Roberts
Director of Appellate Practice Fischer Redavid PLLC