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Oral Arguments by Mayer Brown Attorneys


Mayer Brown's Supreme Court and Appellate Practice group has a depth and breadth of Supreme Court experience without equal in the private bar. In the past decade alone, twelve different lawyers in the group have presented oral arguments before the U.S. Supreme Court. These include four former Deputy Solicitors General  -- Andrew Frey, Steve Shapiro, Kenneth Geller, and Philip Lacovara -- and three former Assistants to the Solicitor General -- Dan Himmelfarb, Andrew Pincus and Charles Rothfeld. In total, current members of the group have argued more than 200 cases in the Supreme Court.

The lawyers in our Supreme Court and Appellate Practice group also regularly appear in the federal courts of appeals as well as in state appellate courts across the country.

The cases argued by Mayer Brown lawyers represent a wide array of legal issues important to the business community in such areas as labor and employment law, antitrust, class actions, bankruptcy, federal preemption of product liability claims, and punitive damages. Our lawyers have also argued criminal and habeas cases, as well as cases raising issues of constitutional law and federal jurisdiction.

Following is a list of Mayer Brown's 25 most recent Supreme Court arguments. Where available, we provide links to the transcripts of these arguments, audio feeds of the arguments, and briefs in the cases. (We add transcript and audio to this site as soon as the Court releases them to us.) For a full list of all cases argued in the Supreme Court by Mayer Brown lawyers, again with transcripts, audio, and briefs where available, click here. For cases argued by Mayer Brown lawyers in the federal courts of appeals and state appellate courts, click here. For articles written by Mayer Brown lawyers on the art of oral argument in the Supreme Court, click here. For articles on oral argument generally, click here.


No. Case Argued By Briefs Oral Arguments
1 .Tarrant Regional Water District v. Herrmann,133 S. Ct. 2120 (2013)Rothfeld
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2 .Ray Haluch Gravel Co. v. Cent. Pension Fund,No. 12-992 (U.S.) (2013)Himmelfarb
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3 .Mayo Collaborative Services v. Prometheus Laboratories, Inc.,132 S. Ct. 1289 (2012)Shapiro
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4 .Taniguchi v. Kan Pac. Saipan, Ltd.,132 S. Ct. 1997 (2012)Himmelfarb
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5 .Georgia-Pacific West, Inc. v. Northwest Environmental Defense Center,133 S. Ct. 1326 (2013)Bishop
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6 .CSX Transportation, Inc. v. McBride,131 S. Ct. 2630 (2011)Rothfeld
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7 .DePierre v. United States,131 S. Ct. 2225 (2011)Pincus
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8 .AT&T Mobility LLC v. Concepcion,131 S. Ct. 1740 (2011)Pincus
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9 .Los Angeles County v. Humphries,131 S Ct. 447 (2010)Pincus
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10 .Carr v. United States,130 S. Ct. 2229 (2010)Rothfeld
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11 .Polar Tankers, Inc. v. City of Valdez,129 S. Ct. 2277 (2009)Rothfeld
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12 .Caperton v. A.T. Massey Coal Co.,556 U.S. 868 (2009)Frey
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13 .Arizona v. Johnson,129 S. Ct. 781 (2009)Pincus
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14 .Philip Morris USA v. Williams,129 S.Ct. 1436 (2009)Shapiro
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15 .Fitzgerald v. Barnstable School Committee,129 S. Ct. 788 (2009)Rothfeld
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16 .Negusie v. Holder,129 S. Ct. 1159 (2009)Pincus
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17 .Republic of the Philippines v. Pimentel,553 U.S. 851 (2008)Rothfeld
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18 .United States v. Rodriquez,128 S. Ct. 1783 (2008)Rothfeld
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19 .Klein & Co. Futures, Inc. v. Board of Trade of the City of New York, Inc.,128 S. Ct. 828 (2007) (mem.)Pincus
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20 .Stoneridge Investment Partners LLC v. Scientific-Atlanta, Inc.,128 S. Ct. 761 (2008)Shapiro
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21 .Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Ass'n v. Brentwood Academy,127 S. Ct. 2489 (2007)Himmelfarb
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22 .Credit Suisse Sec. (USA) LLC v. Billing,551 U.S. 264 (2007)Shapiro
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23 .Hein v. Freedom From Religion Foundation, Inc.,127 S. Ct. 2553 (2007)Pincus
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24 .United Haulers Ass'n, Inc. v. Oneida-Herkimer Solid Waste Mgm't Authority,127 S. Ct. 1786 (2007)Tager
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25 .Gonzalez v. Duenas-Alvarez,127 S. Ct. 815 (2007)Himmelfarb
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For a full list of 224 cases argued in the Supreme Court by Mayer Brown lawyers, again with transcripts, audio, and briefs where available, click here.


Other Supreme Court Oral Arguments (The OYEZ Project)


Mayer Brown is one of the primary sponsors of the Oyez Project. Created and operated by Professor Jerry Goldman of Northwestern University, the Oyez Project includes audio feeds from hundreds of oral arguments presented in the U.S. Supreme Court. To visit the Oyez Projectís website, click here.

 

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