The Roberts Court’s affinity for issues close to the heart of the nation’s business community will continue into the October 2008 U.S. Supreme Court term as the justices take on major questions concerning federal pre-emption of state tort suits, environmental regulation, workplace discrimination, arbitration, pensions and antitrust.

The Court has agreed to decide 15 business-related cases thus far, noted Mark I. Levy, chairman of the Supreme Court and appellate advocacy practice in the Washington office of Atlanta’s Kilpatrick Stockton. “That’s a pretty impressive number, about 30 to 40 percent of the docket, and a number in line with what the Court had last term and where it was 10 years ago,” he said. “That is a trend that is continuing.”

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