This is the time of year to recap the excitement of the U.S. Supreme Court’s past term and to anticipate a certain Monday in October. The First Amendment was front-and-center during the 2016 term, with the Court generally disfavoring governmental restrictions. The term was a good one for commercial clients, who will now face less litigation from both patent holders and and out-of-state plaintiffs. Municipal clients, however, didn’t quite fare as well, though there were some positive outcomes for them, too.
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