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In recent terms, the U.S. Supreme Court has focused increasingly on business issues that fundamentally affect how corporations operate and litigate. Some commentators have called the Roberts Court “the most pro-business of any since the 1930s,” while others offer a more nuanced view. Either way, it is undisputed that the Supreme Court is deciding more business cases – and its decisions are affecting corporations to a greater degree.
McGuireWoods' appellate practice team discussed these issues with a distinguished panel that included the former solicitor general of Virginia and a former law clerk to Associate Justice Clarence Thomas.
- Significant decisions from last year’s term and the practical implications for business
- Recent trends in the U.S. Supreme Court’s operation and rulings that may impact the business community
- Commentary on the direction the Supreme Court may be heading in the future
- A preview of significant upcoming Supreme Court cases with significant consequences for the business community
- A discussion of likely outcomes of cases in the upcoming term