High Court's Remodel Goes Awry
Someone forgot to check the window specifications.
You won't find the case of the trapezoidal windows on the docket of the U.S. Supreme Court — not yet. But it is all about the Supreme Court, and shows how, even at that exalted locale, a construction project can go terribly awry, triggering litigation that never seems to end.
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