There’s a split over the common-law right of access to pre-indictment warrant materials. See here at p.19.
There’s a split over whether the award of costs under FRCP 41(d) includes the award of attorneys’ fees. See here at p.4.
There’s a split over enhancing sentences for “otherwise extensive” criminal activity. See here at p.20-22.
There’s a post-Johnson split over whether the U.S. Parole Commission can reimpose special parole on a defendant. See here at p.5-6.
The courts disagree about whether claims arising under the ADA or the RA survive the death of a party. See here at p.2.
There’s a split over whether the ex parte questioning of a treating physician by an adverse party is permitted and, if so, how such interviews should be conducted. See here at p.3.
There’s a split over whether, under CFR § 778.114, the employer or the employee bears the burden of proving they did or didn’t agree to a fixed weekly wage for fluctuating hours. See here at p.7 n.22.
And the circuits “appear to be divided” over whether the Fourth Amendment protects against the subsequent theft of lawfully seized items. See here at p.11.