Today on Your Call: What do the Supreme Court’s rulings reveal about the future of the Court?

Jul 10, 2013

On today's Your Call we'll talk about under-covered Supreme Court decisions.  In addition to the rulings on same-sex marriage, voting rights, and affirmative action, the Court also issued decisions that will make it more difficult to sue corporations and win discrimination claims.  Another decision protects pharmaceutical companies against people who say they were harmed by defective generic drugs. How will US law and society be changed by some of these decisions?  Join us at 10am Pacific or post a comment here. It's Your Call with Rose Aguilar, and You. 


Tejinder Singh, contributor to SCOTUS BLOG and counsel with Goldstein & Russell, P.C. 

Daniel Farber, professor of Constitutional Law at UC Berkeley’s BOALT school of Law and author of Judgment Calls: Politics and Principle in Constitutional Law 


CNN: A summary of major upcoming Supreme Court decisions 2012 Term Opinions of the Court

Indian Country Today: Leaders Praise Supreme Court Decision to Uphold Voting Rights

ACLU NorCal: Supreme Court Ruling a Blow to Genetic Privacy

Whiteout Press: Supreme Court rules Drug Companies exempt from Lawsuits

Lexology: Supreme Court, in FTC v. Actavis, rejects the “scope of the patent” test, holding that antitrust law’s “rule of reason” analysis can pierce the shield of patent rights

LA Times: Supreme Court blocks class-action claim against American Express

Global Research: Secret FISA Court Redefines Law to Justify Illegal Spying Operations

NY Times: Justice for Big Business

Yahoo: New Supreme Court Decision Rules That cDNA Is Patentable What It Means for Research and Genetic Testing

NPR: Supreme Court Rules For Adoptive Family In Dispute

Radiolab: Adoptive Couple v. Baby Girl

US News: Score One More for the Corporations