LexPredict on SCOTUS cases that will be affected by Justice Scalia’s death

“LexPredict has developed an algorithm, {MARSHALL}+, that the company says can accurately predict Supreme Court cases. Using their algorithm, they’ve come up with predictions on which cases will be affected [by Justice Scalia’s death]” writes Bob Ambrogi. According to LexPredict, there are 14 cases whose decisions are likely to be impacted. “These changes will result in either reverse to affirm or vice versa switches, or by changing the opinions from precedential to non-precedential.” Details here. — Joe

End Note: On a related note, SCOTUSblog’s Amy Howe examines whether there is a standard practice of not nominating and confirming Supreme Court Justices during a presidential election year. Read more about it. See also Lyle Denniston’s Is a recess appointment to the Court an option?, also on SCOTUSblog.

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