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  1. June 30, 2023

    Supreme Court Blocks Biden Student Debt Plan

    The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Friday that the Biden administration overstepped its authority with its plan to forgive more than $400 billion in federal loans held by millions of Americans, delivering a massive blow to one of President Joe Biden's most ambitious policies.

  2. February 28, 2023

    Chief Justice Questions Fairness Of Feds' Student Debt Relief

    The Supreme Court's conservatives, led by a skeptical Chief Justice John Roberts, unleashed a barrage of questions about the legality and "fairness" of the Biden administration's plans to forgive billions of dollars in federal student debt during arguments Tuesday. But it's still unclear whether a majority of the court believes the plaintiffs have standing to challenge the program.

  3. February 24, 2023

    Up Next At High Court: Biden's Debt Plan In Crosshairs

    In two cases that could affect the bank accounts of up to 43 million Americans, the U.S. Supreme Court is set to weigh the legality of President Joe Biden's massive student debt plan in oral arguments this week. Here, Law360 highlights the legal issues and lawyers squaring off in two of the most closely watched cases this term.

  4. January 05, 2023

    Biden Tells Justices Debt Relief Challengers Have No Standing

    The Biden administration has urged the U.S. Supreme Court to toss two orders halting the implementation of the president's student debt relief plan, arguing that neither the states nor individuals challenging the policy have proven they will be harmed by it and therefore lack standing to bring suit.

  5. January 02, 2023

    Health Care & Life Sciences Litigation To Watch In 2023

    Before the New Year's Eve confetti has even been swept up, lawyers specializing in health care and life sciences already have enough litigation to keep them busy for much of 2023, which is kicking off with federal courts eyeing suits that carry sweeping significance for administrative law, the False Claims Act, drug approvals, the opioid crisis and abortion rights.

  6. January 02, 2023

    7 Supreme Court Cases To Watch In 2023

    The new year brings a host of hot-button cases for the U.S. Supreme Court justices, who will tackle everything from President Joe Biden's student debt relief plan to Section 230 immunity for Big Tech companies over the next six months before the summer recess. Here, Law360 highlights the big-ticket items.