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Every month, I post on my blog about recent court decisions in commercial cases to illustrate how litigation works. I did it again this month and the link is below.

But I can’t discuss courts and the law in the United States right now without begging my fellow Americans to support senators who will take concrete steps to address the recent abhorrent decision Supreme Court decision and protect women’s rights.
News outlets frequently report on documents filed in court. But it is common for people to misunderstand what the court filings mean. This is especially true when the filing is not a decision by the judge on the merits of the case. So I thought it would be helpful to talk about some of these filings and what they do and do not mean in litigation.
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