High Court's Remodel Goes Awry

Someone forgot to check the window specifications.

, The National Law Journal


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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  • kgruben

    Don't you mean wider at the top than at the bottom? Wider at the bottom than at the top would increase the discrepancy in view from the street, making them look more trapezoidal.

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