Josh Wolson Writes on Why The SCOTUS Was Right To Take Samsung V. Apple

The passing of Justice Antonin Scalia generated several legal and political issues about the future of the United States Supreme Court. The temporary void caused by his death affects some of the Court’s recent cases resulting in potentially different outcomes. Cases pertaining to the constitutionality of mandatory public-sector union dues, state restrictions on abortion, and affirmative action are still pending; however, each of those cases face the prospect of a 4-4 split and an indeterminate future…To read the full story in Law360 on “Why High Court Was Right To Take Samsung V. Apple,” please click here.
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