The U.S. Supreme Court’s turn toward a broader scope of state authority is having an impact on how some of the nation’s largest law firms are advising clients and staffing their firms. 

“How could it not?” said Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo member Jacob H. Hupart when asked about the way Big Law is building up their state Attorney General or state and local policy practices in response to recent high court rulings and more aggressive, novel state enforcement.