U.S. Supreme Court litigator Jeffrey Wall of Sullivan & Cromwell said recently that if he reads another news story asserting that the Roberts Court is biased toward business interests, “my head may explode.”

Wall may be spared that fate by what U.S. Chamber Litigation Center chief counsel Kate Comerford Todd described as a “mixed bag” for business in the court term just ended. Of the 13 argued cases in which the U.S. Chamber of Commerce filed briefs, Todd is labelling seven as wins, five as losses, and one “other.”

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