The U.S. Supreme Court pushed the light at the end of the tunnel out of sight Friday for three San Francisco lawyers who have spent more than a decade battling over the constitutionality of a city hotel law.

Nevertheless, Paul Utrecht and Andrew Zacks had reason to celebrate when the high court agreed to review the April opinion from the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in a case brought by owners of the San Remo Hotel.

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