RothLawAppeals, News

When the Supreme Court issued an opinion last week on “one person one vote,” the political press did what it does best and reduced it to political pronouncements.  The conservatives lost, urban liberals won, and the 24/7 news cycle moved on. This was accurate as far as it went, but also incomplete, and possibly temporary. The case in question arose when … Read More


RothLawAppeals, Business Services, Lawsuits

The year 2015 included its lot of consequential cases.  None received more press than the decision prohibiting bans on sex-same marriages across the country.  None excited political activists as much as Obamacare being saved a second time around.  Lethal injection barely passed muster.  A gaggle of free-speech cases saw cities and states lose power over regulating signs, gain it over … Read More