Will Sotomayor continue to play ball with labor?

Brody, Robert G.; Kazi, Allison E.
June 2009
Fairfield County Business Journal;6/29/2009, Vol. 48 Issue 26, p35
In this article the authors discuss the nomination of Judge Sonia Sotomayor in the Supreme Court. They argue that Sotomayor's possible appointment in the Supreme Court will not cause a major change. They cite former U.S. District Court Judge Sotomayor's decision on the case between the Major League Baseball Players Association and the team owners. They also comment on the possibility that Sotomayor will become the first Hispanic to sit on U.S. Supreme Court.


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