The U.S. Supreme Court issued a number of decisions important to workplace law before its term ended last month.

Despite having just eight justices, the court was able to reach consensus on many of its decisions, according to Jackson Lewis.

“The Court produced nearly unanimous decisions, and maintained predictability and stability, in important areas such as class-action lawsuits, immigration, and ERISA,” the law firm’s attorneys wrote. “In these cases, the justices agreed that the letter of the law and the clear Congressional intent when passing the law weighed in favor of maintaining the status quo.”

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