Today, Judge Sonia Sotomayor is making the rounds in Congress, meeting and greeting Senators as they prepare to offer President Obama their "advice and consent" on his Supreme Court nominee. Many hot-button issues are sure to be discussed, from the death penalty to the right to privacy, the proper role of the courts, and much more. Judge Sotomayor's six years as a federal District Court judge and more than ten years on the Second Circuit Court of Appeals have yielded plenty of opinions for advocates to parse -- and apparently more than 100 of them address labor and employment issues. You can see a detailed list, with links, at the excellent Jottings By an Employer's Lawyer blog.
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