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Cases and Controversies, from Bloomberg Law, brings you the latest from the Supreme Court. "Sneak Peek" episodes preview each week's oral arguments at the high court, while "Deep Dive" episodes explore a critical legal issue from all sides, with in-depth interviews of top Supreme Court advocates, law professors, lawyers, legal journalists, and judges.

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Cases and Controversies, from Bloomberg Law, brings you the latest from the Supreme Court. "Sneak Peek" episodes preview each week's oral arguments at the high court, while "Deep Dive" episodes explore a critical legal issue from all sides, with in-depth interviews of top Supreme Court advocates, law professors, lawyers, legal journalists, and judges.

    Dominion, Duke Hike to Supreme Court in Trail Dispute

    Dominion, Duke Hike to Supreme Court in Trail Dispute

    Two energy companies, Dominion and Duke, want to build a pipeline underneath the famed Appalachian Trail, but environmentalists want them to go take a hike. On this episode of Cases and Controversies, we head out to the trail with Bloomberg Environment's Ellen M. Gilmer and find out what this dispute is about and why it's heading all the way to the Supreme Court.

    • 16 min
    Introducing Downballot Counts

    Introducing Downballot Counts

    This week, we're sharing an episode of the newest weekly podcast from Bloomberg Industry Group, Downballot Counts. It's a podcast about the 2020 U.S. House and Senate elections and the fight to control Congress. The series is hosted by Bloomberg Government Senior Elections Reporter Greg Giroux and Elections Team Leader Kyle Trygstad. Subscribe to Downballot Counts wherever you get your podcasts.

    • 21 min
    'Bridgegate' and Electors: SCOTUS Deep Dive

    'Bridgegate' and Electors: SCOTUS Deep Dive

    'Bridgegate' and Electors: SCOTUS Deep Dive

    The U.S. Supreme Court kicked off 2020 with blockbuster grants and notable oral arguments, and Chief Justice John Roberts presided over an impeachment trial.

    In this deep dive episode of "Cases and Controversies," Kimberly Robinson and Jordan Rubin get you current with the latest Obamacare case and the challenge to "faithless electors."

    They also highlight star-powered arguments that featured tense rebuttals and even millennial slang.

    George Washington University law professor Randall Eliason also explains why there wasn't "a lot of love" for the prosecution of "Bridgegate" figures Bridget Anne Kelly and Bill Baroni.

    Hosts: Kimberly Robinson and Jordan Rubin

    Guest: George Washington University Law Professor Randall Eliason

    Producer: RJ Jewell

    • 32 min
    Impeachment, Drugs, and Religion: SCOTUS Sneak Peek

    Impeachment, Drugs, and Religion: SCOTUS Sneak Peek

    The Supreme Court will hear two days of arguments on Tuesday and Wednesday morning. Chief Justice John Roberts will be there, but then he crosses the street in the afternoon to preside over President Donald Trump's impeachment trial in the Senate.

    Bloomberg Law's Kimberly Robinson and Jordan Rubin break down Roberts' role in Trump's trial as well as three argued cases: disputes over career criminal sentencing, arbitration, and the closely-watched case over funding religious schools. 

    Hosts: Kimberly Robinson and Jordan Rubin.

    Producer: RJ Jewell.

    • 9 min
    'Bridgegate,' Age Discrimination: SCOTUS Sneak Peek

    'Bridgegate,' Age Discrimination: SCOTUS Sneak Peek

    The justices return to the high court bench Monday for their first oral arguments of 2020. 

    Bloomberg Law's Kimberly Robinson and Jordan Rubin preview the cases, including the fallout from 2013's "Bridgegate" scandal and an age discrimination suit that could have reverberations beyond employment discrimination.
     
    Hosts: Kimberly Robinson and Jordan Rubin.

    Producer: RJ Jewell.

    • 10 min
    Supremely Funny: 2019's Funniest High Court Moments

    Supremely Funny: 2019's Funniest High Court Moments

    It's time to count down everything from the best songs to the best memes to the best mince pies for the holidays.
    We want to do our part at Bloomberg Law. So we present this special "Supremely Funny" episode on the funniest high court moments of 2019. 
    From Ruth Bader Ginsburg's damning admission that she doesn't read her cumbersome financial documents to Samuel Alito's late-night observations on the D.C. Metro, there's something for all court watchers.

    • 10 min

Customer Reviews

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Great Podcast!

Great podcast. Really enjoy incorporation of audio from oral arguments.

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Lacking substantive convos.

Will unfollow if 10-15 minute podcasts is all you can muster.

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