The Pizza Maker and U.S. v Newman

December 14, 2015
 

Verity Winship

University of Illinois College of Law

Usually the Supreme Court is in the news when it decides a case. But sometimes the Court is in the news because it does nothing at all. That is what happened in U.S. v Newman. The Court refused to hear this high-profile insider trading case. Learn why the Supreme Court's silence matters in this week's radio commentary.