Barring unusual circumstances, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit only releases opinions on Tuesdays and Fridays. Even with this limited release schedule, there are rarely more than a few opinions issued on a single day. I expressed surprise when the D.C. Circuit released ten opinions on a single day in July. Today, however, the court released eleven, one of which was an amended opinion accompanying a denial of a petition for rehearing. Some of the cases are interesting, including the appeal of contempt findings against federal attorneys who handled the Senator Stevens prosecution, a partially successful challenge to the EPA’s NESHAP standards for cement kilns, a dispute between the SEC and Williams & Connolly, and a decision dismissing a challenge to a Clean Water Act jurisdictional determination due to a lack of standing.