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Michael P. Maslanka, assistant professor of law, UNT Dallas College of Law. Michael P. Maslanka, assistant professor of law, UNT Dallas College of Law.

Amy Coney Barrett will become the next Justice of the United States Supreme Court. In announcing his nomination, President Trump said she would decide cases based only on the law as written and do so wherever it may lead. It was this last bit about “wherever it may lead” that really caught my ear. If this proves true—and I believe it will—then the consequences for employment law will be profound and, to the surprise of many, will be very pro-employee.

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