Editor’s note: This article is the first of a two-part series.

The vacation is over. After a summer of Olympic glories and relaxing days at the beach, it is time to re-engage with the Supreme Court. Perhaps more than anyone, the justices desperately needed a break after the frenzy surrounding their annual end-of-term fireworks, which culminated in their opinions in the Affordable Care Act cases. They have returned to Washington to examine several important matters for the business community, as well as take up their usual assortment of interesting criminal and First Amendment cases.

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