After a more than decade-long hiatus, business cases — and especially anti-trust cases — are a high priority for the upcoming U.S. Supreme Court session. Corporate America is eyeing the session, which opens Oct. 2, in anticipation that it will produce decisions that set precedence for business practices and punitive damage awards — issues that have been largely subject to lower court decisions, which some say has only muddied the legal waters.
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