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WSJ: "Friend of Court" Briefs Raise Ethical Questions

The Wall Street Journal writes on Fix the Court’s amicus report, pointing out that the justices are required to sit out cases when they own stock in a litigant company but are allowed to hear cases when those companies aren’t named parties but instead submit “friend of the court” briefs.

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