Calling Chief Justice John Roberts Jr.’s Supreme Court “pro-business” is “far too simplistic” a characterization given the Court’s output this term, according to former U.S. Solicitor General Paul D. Clement.

While the 2006-2007 term was labeled pro-business no matter who did the talking, the latest term had a slightly different mix of cases that resulted in a split between plaintiffs and corporate defendants, he said.

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