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Supreme Court tightens standing requirements for class actions

On Friday, the Supreme Court issued a decision holding that all class members must prove Article III standing to recover individual damages. The opinion will be useful authority for...

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Cases and Controversies: Male-Only Military Draft Here to Stay After Court's Denial Bloomberg Law

Partner Cate Stetson joined Bloomberg Law's Cases and Controversies podcast to discuss the Supreme Court's rejection of a petition challenging the military's male-only draft in the episode...

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How Hogan Lovells paired with ACLU in challenge to male-only military draft The National Law Journal

Appellate veteran Cate Stetson of Hogan Lovells, along with senior associate Katherine Wellington and associates Danielle Stempel and Erin Chapman, were pro bono co-counsel with an ACLU...

Published Works

Pro Bono Reflections – 50+ Years of Public Service Podcast

"It is abundantly clear that no longer can persons or groups pursue their own career or interests unmindful of the needs in the rest of the community."- Founding Memorandum (Sept. 8,...


Litigation Landscape: managing your COVID-19 risk

Our Litigation Landscape podcast series will explore the risks businesses face due to COVID-19. We look at the legal issues affecting businesses today, and the key risks to be aware of for...


Second Circuit confirms: No discovery for private international arbitrations

The Second Circuit confirmed this week that within the circuit, parties may not ask federal courts to order discovery for use in private arbitrations. The Second Circuit’s...


Supreme Court to review important pipeline decision

On October 4, 2019, the Supreme Court granted review of a Fourth Circuit decision that rejected U.S. Forest Service authorization of a $7 billion natural gas pipeline. See Cowpasture River...

Hogan Lovells Publications

It’s Auer Over but the Shouting Appellate Alert

Recalibrating—And Restricting—The Deference Due Federal Agencies’ Interpretations Of Their Own Regulations

Hogan Lovells Publications

D.C. Circuit shows the way through the red tape in pipeline permitting dispute

On June 23, 2017, the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit held that Millennium Pipeline Company LLC lacked standing to bring a claim against the New York...

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