Supreme Court Experts Discuss This Year’s Free Enterprise Cases

Thank you Glenn Lammi, Chief Counsel, Legal Studies Division at the Washington Legal Foundation—and your WLF colleagues, including Rich Samp and  Cory Andrews—for inviting me to moderate the June 19 briefing on How Free Enterprise Fared during the U.S. Supreme Court’s October 2018 Term. I began by identifying the wide variety of subjects addressed this Term which affect business & industry. It then was my privilege to call upon a distinguished panel of Supreme Court advocates—Carter Phillips, Nicole Saharsky, and Allyson Ho—who provided their insights on the current Court and reflections of this Term’s free enterprise cases, encompassing the areas of government regulation & administrative law, intellectual property, and litigation & dispute resolution.

Larry Ebner is an independent appellate advocate for businesses & industries. He founded his nationwide appellate litigation boutique, Capital Appellate Advocacy PLLC, in 2016, after practicing at major law firms for more than 40 years. He is a pro bono author of Washington Legal Foundation publications & amicus briefs, Immediate Past Chair of the Amicus Committee for DRI-The Voice of the Defense Bar, and a Fellow of the American Academy of Appellate Lawyers.

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