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Thursday, November 02, 2006


Miranda Kolbe

How quickly does the Court usually rule on cases where it grants expedited review?


The Court has not yet ordered that review itself be expedited. So far, it has only expedited its consideration of the petition. I believe that if review is going to be expedited, we will see another order so indicating. And now that I've had a chance to read the petition for review, I see that it contains no request for expedited review. There must have been some procedural reason for deciding the Tobacco petition so quickly, probably relating to the limited time remaining to decide whether to grant review in Pfizer.

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