The Supreme Court: Coming to a Cubicle Near You

The country’s highest court has been changing the workplace—and, in its more conservative incarnation, could alter it still further.

THE CONSERVATIVE GRIP on the Supreme Court is set to be cemented for a generation if President Trump’s nominee, federal appeals-court judge Brett Kavanaugh, navigates his Senate confirmation hearing. The arrival of Kavanaugh, who is ideologically further to the right than outgoing Justice Anthony Kennedy, would influence many aspects of U.S. society—not least the rules governing American workplaces.

As the court wrapped up its most recent term, it delivered a pair of decisions

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