2011: THE YEAR IN REVIEW

Aside from Wal-Mart, few huge cases at high court

In business cases, there were rulings that pleased and angered both sides.

, The National Law Journal

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The year 2011 at the U.S. Supreme Court was the calm before — and after — the storm.

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  • Wmk Travis

    I suppose that the authors forgot (or simply overlooked) U.S. v. Jones, the GPS/search warrant case that was so %22unimportant and uninteresting%22 that spectators began lining up before 5 a.m. on a sunny November morning?

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