A Friend to Business? Maybe not

Business interests did not fare as well as usual before the U.S. Supreme Court in the term just ended, according to Mayer Brown's annual tally of the court's business docket.

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Originally appeared in print as An analysis refutes the high court's reputation.

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  • Williamson

    Interesting analysis, with the sarbanes-oxley act in effect it will be interesting to see how this will impact companies. I work with McGladrey and there’s an article on our website about SOX Act that highlights the need for a newly re-focused evaluation of internal controls that readers of this article may find it useful. @ “SOX Reset 2014” http://bit.ly/1g4aX8C

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