SCOTUS Cites F.4th!

Mid-2021 saw WestLaw introduce F.4th, the fourth series of Federal Reporter. F.4th has now made its way into Supreme Court cases.

 Doe v. MillsJustice Gorsuch’s opinion cited First Circuit’s decision.

Maine regulation had the goal of “protecting”[t]All Mainers, Patients, and Health Care Workers are responsible for the safety and well-being of their patients as well as themselves. Does 1–6 v. Mills, ___ F. 4th ___, ___, 2021 WL 4860328, *6 (CA1, Oct. 19, 2021).

Und in NFIB v. OSHACourt repeatedly quoted Judge Sutton’s indissenting opinion. Re MCPThe Fifth Circuit opinion is also available in BST Holdings v. OSHA. Both views are published in F.4th.

Welcome to U.S. Reports. F.4th.

If you are curious: F.3dBetween 1993 and 2021, it was published. The magazine was published between 1993 and 2021, which is longer than the average life span of law students. Then again, F.2dFrom 1924 to 1993.

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