The US Supreme Court Again Sides with Big Business

Today, the United States Supreme Court held that an arbitration clause in a contract was more important the federal antitrust law.  This decision is incredibly damaging to antitrust, civil rights, and consumer rights laws because of its far-reaching scope and the ability of the more powerful party to a contract to block the path to [...]

June 20th, 2013|General Interest|Comments Off on The US Supreme Court Again Sides with Big Business

Is the Supreme Court Truly Neutral When a Business is Sued?

When a business is a party, does everyone stand the same before the US Supreme Court? We know from the controversial decision in Citizens United corporations have been allowed to spend as much as they wished in the election process.  In other decisions the Roberts Court has shielded corporations from class action suits (Wal-Mart vs. [...]

May 21st, 2013|General Interest|Comments Off on Is the Supreme Court Truly Neutral When a Business is Sued?