Articles tagged “supreme court”

Booking.com Sets U.S. Supreme Court Precedent — Its Case Will Be First Livestreamed Oral Arguments

Booking.com Sets U.S. Supreme Court Precedent — Its Case Will Be First Livestreamed Oral Arguments

Associated Press

Rest assured that Booking.com wouldn't necessarily have to change its name if it lost the trademark case, which sees the Trump administration appealing a lower court ruling that said the trademark should be honored. But a win would give Booking new protections, and enable it to tell companies encroaching on its brand name to back off.

2 months ago

Booking.com Heads to U.S. Supreme Court for Trademark Test

Booking.com Heads to U.S. Supreme Court for Trademark Test

Greg Stohr, Bloomberg

What's in a name? The stakes are probably higher than they once were given the rebranding of the parent company but will the Supreme Court justices agree with Booking.com's viewpoint?

8 months ago

Trump Travel Ban Upheld in Divided U.S. Supreme Court Decision

Trump Travel Ban Upheld in Divided U.S. Supreme Court Decision

Greg Stohr, Bloomberg

In 2015, then-candidate Donald Trump called for a shutdown of Muslims entering the country. More than a year and much chaos after he was elected, the Supreme Court has allowed him to make a version of that bigoted campaign rhetoric the law of the land.

2 years ago

Trump’s Travel Ban Faces Arguments in U.S. Supreme Court

Trump’s Travel Ban Faces Arguments in U.S. Supreme Court

Greg Stohr, Bloomberg

The U.S. Supreme Court to date has been more sympathetic to elements of Trump's travel ban than many lower courts. The outcome of the case could have far-reaching implications for the travel industry and checks on presidential authority.

2 years ago

Supreme Court Prepares to Consider Trump’s Travel Ban

Supreme Court Prepares to Consider Trump’s Travel Ban

Greg Stohr, Bloomberg

The fact that the court has already allowed the travel ban to go ahead hints at the possible outcome for this case. If a majority of judges side with Donald Trump, it would represent a major victory for the President.

2 years ago

Trump’s Latest Travel Ban Fails Again at Federal Appeals Court

Trump’s Latest Travel Ban Fails Again at Federal Appeals Court

Andrew Harris, Bloomberg

The stage is set for a showdown in a couple months between the U.S. Supreme Court and President Trump. It's all part of the president's multi-pronged effort to limit the types of people who are able to enter the U.S. whether through immigration or travel.

2 years ago

Trump Travel Ban and Presidential Immigration Powers Will Get Supreme Court Review

Trump Travel Ban and Presidential Immigration Powers Will Get Supreme Court Review

Greg Stohr, Bloomberg

President Trump's third travel ban will finally get a U.S. Supreme Court review, and it could have a far-reaching impact on the limitations of presidential authority when setting immigration policy.

2 years ago

Trump Asks Supreme Court for Full Travel Ban Implementation

Trump Asks Supreme Court for Full Travel Ban Implementation

Jennifer Sinco Kelleher, Associated Press

The Trump administration wants implementation of the full monty — the whole travel ban, warts and all — pending the appeals process. Separately, the U.S. federal government is showing Haitian earthquake victims the door. There seems to be a theme running through all this.

3 years ago

Supreme Court Dismisses One Trump Travel Ban Case and It May Drop a Second

Supreme Court Dismisses One Trump Travel Ban Case and It May Drop a Second

Greg Stohr, Bloomberg

Trump is prevailing at the Supreme Court on the administration's travel ban cases for the most part. Hope that the judiciary would serve as a break on Trump's excesses is fading because of the High Court decisions.

3 years ago

Travel Ban Showdown at Supreme Court in Flux Because of Revised Policy

Travel Ban Showdown at Supreme Court in Flux Because of Revised Policy

Greg Stohr, Bloomberg

The Supreme Court will hear arguments on how Trump's revised policy impacts the case, which had been scheduled for an October showdown. The legal maneuverings have just begun.

3 years ago

Supreme Court Agrees to Retain Trump Ban on Most Refugees

Supreme Court Agrees to Retain Trump Ban on Most Refugees

Mark Sherman, Associated Press

The Trump administration's travel and refugee bans are set to expire within weeks. If the federal government ends up renewing them, then the cycle of executive orders and litigation would play itself out again.

3 years ago

Trump Files Supreme Court Appeal on Loosening of Refugee Ban

Trump Files Supreme Court Appeal on Loosening of Refugee Ban

Associated Press

Let's make America immigrant-free even if she or he got fully vetted, and a resettlement agency in the U.S. is willing to handle the transition. That's the said, yet relentless message from the Trump administration. But the Justice Department is not trying to get cousins and grandparents of citizens banned. Small victory.

3 years ago