Today's testimony by Andrew Pincus before the Senate Judiciary Committee refutes any theorizing that the Supreme Court has a pro-business bias. As Alison Frankel documents, the hearing is part of a litigation-lobby-motivated push to roll back Supreme Court opinions that promote the rule of law. The 10:30 AM hearing will be webcast.
What pro-business bias? (continued)
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