On Tuesday, March 1, a panel of judges from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit will sit to hear oral arguments in the School of Law's Ceremonial Moot Court Room. The Carey Law community is encouraged to attend.
Arguments will begin at 9:30 a.m. and are open to the public, but a Photo ID will be required for entry. Each argument will last approximately 40 minutes. After the first set of arguments has begun, attendees may enter and exit the courtroom only between arguments. Pending approval of the court, there will be a brief Q & A session following arguments (but not about the pending cases).
No back packs, cameras, recording devices, weapons, or computers will be allowed in the courtoom. Phones are permitted, but must be turned off in the courtroom. Attorneys may bring briefcases and computers.
Cases to be heard:
U.S. v. Bernardo Lloyd (15-4272)
CRIMINAL: Whether district court erred in denying motion to dismiss indictment for post-indictment delay; other issues. (Case Summary)
Claudia Harbourt v. PPE Casino Resorts (15-1546)
LABOR: Whether trainees were employees entitled to compensation under the Fair Labor Standards Act. (Case Summary)
Scott Carlson v. DynCorp International LLC (14-1281)
EMPLOYMENT: Whether district court applied proper standard of review in rejecting whistleblower claim against government contractor. (Case Summary)