In just the last three months, the business community’s stakes in the current U.S. Supreme Court term have skyrocketed with the addition of cases raising vital issues in a broad swath of law.

When the term opened last October, business and its frequent opponents — consumers, workers and environmentalists, among others — viewed the summer cases granted review on the so-called business docket as potentially important.

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