Hello and welcome back to another week of Inside Track . I’m Law.com in-house editor Rebekah Mintzer— still reeling from news of Anthony Kennedy’s retirement and sorting out what it means. There’s sure to be a colossal battle over Trump’s pick to replace Kennedy. Will corporate legal departments weigh in? What will a more conservative SCOTUS mean for business? Share your thoughts with me at [email protected] or find me on Twitter: @rmintzer. In other news, Trump tariffs have thrown a real wrench into Harley-Davidson’s motorcycle production, and other companies may rev their engines and follow Harley overseas. We also take a look at the exit of Intel CEO Brian Krzanich to find some lessons about workplace dating in the era of #MeToo. A quick note: It’s America’s birthday next Wednesday, so Inside Track will be taking the day off to celebrate. We’ll be back July 11.
‘Charged Straight Into a Trade War’
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