At the end of a course-changing, gut-wrenching Supreme Court term littered with heated 5-4 decisions, one bit of clarity is shining through: the Roberts Court, and especially its newest member, Justice Samuel Alito Jr., are both very conservative and very pro-business -- more so than any Supreme Court in decades. More than most novice justices, Alito has taken bullets for business in the term just ended, most notably for his controversial majority opinion in Ledbetter v. Goodyear Tire & Rubber.
High Court Reveals a Mind for Business
July 2, 2007
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