The Supreme Court will only hear six more cases in 2011. We can’t tell you if 2012 will be a happy new year or not, but we can let you know which cases the Supreme Court will hear when they return to the Bench for the January sitting.
There’s a heavy focus on administrative law in January, with litigants challenging decisions from the Environmental Protection Agency, the Federal Communications Commission, the Internal Revenue Service, Immigration Review Board, and the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
Thanks to a federal holiday, The Nine will only hear 10 cases to start the year. Without further ado, here’s the January oral argument schedule.