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Unequal Justice: The Relentless Rise of the 1% Court. AFJ’s 2012 First Monday documentary about how corporate special interests have put a thumb on the scales of justice – plus additional information about key cases.
AFJ analyzes current and upcoming cases, as well as historical trends. Download the latest.
2012-13 Supreme Court Docket: In recent years, the Supreme Court has decided numerous highly controversial cases, often by 5-4 margins, which have served to roll back the clock on decades of progressive jurisprudence. This term could bring more of the same. Download now.
Poll: Americans’ Attitudes Toward the Corporate Court. AFJ’s latest poll shows that Americans are increasingly concerned about the Roberts Court’s pro-corporate bias and politically-motivated decisions. Learn more.
How the Corporate Court Bends the Law to Favor the 1%: In its most recent term, the Roberts Court continued its trend of bending the law in order to drive its pro-corporate agenda.Download now.
Arbitration Activism: How the Corporate Court Helps Business Evade Our Civil Justice System.Download now.
With decision after decision coming down on the side of big business, the Supreme Court under Chief Justice John Roberts has proven itself to be willing and eager to twist the law to favor powerful corporate interests over everyday Americans.
In just the last few years, the Court has radically rewritten laws in order to shield big business from liability, insulate corporate interests from environmental and antitrust regulation, make it easier for companies to discriminate against women and the elderly, and enable powerful interests to flood our election process with special interest dollars. Fairness has been thrown out the window. The 1% keep winning while the 99% keep losing.
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