The Supreme Court's business-heavy docket this term seems almost tailor-made to engage and challenge its newest member, Justice Sonia Sotomayor. A one-time intellectual property litigator and a veteran judge from the 2nd Circuit, Sotomayor is unlikely to hesitate to jump into the mix on corporate issues. In fact, during a special Sept. 9 reargument of a campaign finance case, Sotomayor made a comment that has some wondering if she has a re-examination of the foundations of corporate law on her to-do list.
Corporate Disputes Dominate the Docket as a New Justice Joins the Court
The National Law Journal
September 28, 2009