Henderson v. Shinseki,
Thompson v. North American Stainless,
Gould v. United States, Harrington v. Richter,
Chamber of Commerce v. Whiting,
Virginia Office for Protection and
Advocacy v. Stewart, and
Bruesewitz v. Wyeth
Chamber of Commerce v. Whiting
Premo v. Moore
All bet Chamber of Commerce v. Whiting seem pretty pedestrian. Chamber could be interesting as it has immigration enforcement implications.
Wonder if any of the rest will be eligibility cases?
Does Title VII create a cause of action for third-party retaliation for persons who did not themselves engage in protect activity?Gee, I wonder how Kagan would have opined there? /s
Virginia Office for Protection and Advocacy v. Stewart also peaks my curiosity because it's a 11A case.
Issue: Whether the Eleventh Amendment categorically precludes an independent state agency from bringing an action in federal court against state officials for prospective injunctive relief to remedy a violation of federal law.
The rest of them are pretty inside baseball, and probably of not much interest to the casual observer.