SCOTUS returns for February sitting

The U.S. Supreme Court will be back in session next week for its February sitting. The justices will hear two cases next week and six this month.

The first case—Return Mail v. U.S. Postal Service—is a patent law case that will be heard on Tuesday. The second case—Mission Product Holdings v. Tempnology LLC—is a trademark licensing case that will be heard on Wednesday.

SCOTUS has 71 cases on its argument schedule this term. Forty-two cases have been heard, and 27 cases are scheduled for argument.

The justices have issued eight decisions, seven of which were unanimous.

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