If last term was the relatively quiet “calm before the storm” for the U.S. Supreme Court, then get ready. The clouds are gathering.

The term beginning Oct. 2 is front-loaded with arguments in marquee cases on the President Donald Trump travel ban and partisan gerrymandering, as well as key business disputes ranging from arbitration and labor law to corporate liability for wrongdoing abroad.

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