Business interests did not fare as well as usual before the U.S. Supreme Court in the term just ended, according to Mayer Brown’s annual tally of the court’s business docket.

“It is incorrect and unfair to characterize the court as pro-business, and this term really bears that out,” Mayer Brown partner Lauren Goldman said in releasing the report. “It was a pretty mixed bag.”

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