Welcome to Supreme Court Brief. This morning the justices wrap up the first week of December cases. We look back at yesterday’s corporate liability arguments and the justices’ shout-outs to two law professors for their amicus briefs. And where has the laughter gone—from arguments, that is? Scroll down for headlines: Revival of the non-delegation doctrine?

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Two Yale Law Professors Get Shout-Outs in Corporate Liability Arguments

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