12/19/2010 01:26 pm ET | Updated May 25, 2011

Report Reveals Significant Findings On Supreme Cout Justices Offering Receptive Ear To Business Interests

The chamber's success rate is but one indication of the Roberts court's leanings on business issues. A new study, prepared for The New York Times by scholars at Northwestern University and the University of Chicago, analyzed some 1,450 decisions since 1953. It showed that the percentage of business cases on the Supreme Court docket has grown in the Roberts years, as has the percentage of cases won by business interests.

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