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Same-Sex Marriage; Corporate Inversions: Experts Available to Speak on Pressing Legal Issues and Controversies

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Appeals Court Rules Virginia Same-Sex Marriage Ban Unconstitutional - Experts Needed

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UM School of Law Employment Law Prof. Marley Weiss Available for Immediate Commentary on SCOTUS Harris v. Quinn Union Dues Ruling

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Expert: Supreme Court Labor Decision Will Lead to More Lawsuits

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Wellesley Expert for Comment on #SCOTUS #HobbyLobby Case

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‘Hobby Lobby’ Decision Will Have Far-Reaching Effects, Unintended Consequences

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Today’s U.S. Supreme Court decision in the Hobby Lobby case is the corporate equivalent of the road to Damascus, says Elizabeth Sepper, JD, professor of law at Washington University in St. Louis. "Many more corporations will find religion to opt out of regulation that affects their bottom line,” Sepper says. “Before Hobby Lobby, businesses lost claims to fire pregnant women, refuse to promote non-Christians, discriminate against gays, and pay below the minimum wage. “After Hobby Lobby, they seem likely to succeed."

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Supreme Court Decision Today About ObamaCare Not Too Critical, Contends Texas A&M Economist

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Texas Tech University Expert Available on Effects of Supreme Court Decision on Hobby Lobby’s Challenge to Affordable Care Act

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Harris v Quinn Decision Means That Union Fees Now Optional for Public Employees

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