SCOTUS Review: Key Business Decisions of October 2016 Term and 2017 Outlook - Part 1
Barnes Thornburg’s national appellate practitioners invite you to a complimentary two-part webinar series that will discuss rulings made by the U.S. Supreme Court in the most recent term and provide a primer on the cases to watch in the upcoming term. Learn how this term’s decisions may impact the business and legal communities, both immediately and long term, and what is on the legal horizon.
In Part 1 of the series, speakers will discuss cases and rulings related to:
Speakers will also briefly discuss the SCOTUS decision not to hear G.G. v. Gloucester County School Board, the highly publicized case regarding a transgender high school student’s ability to use the bathroom of his choice, in the October 2016 term.
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