Law360, New York (August 22, 2014, 10:51 AM EDT) -- The United States Supreme Court's decision in Burwell et. al. v. Hobby Lobby Stores Inc. et. al. is one of the most examined Supreme Court cases in recent years, drawing interest from many groups who are considering its implications for them. Employers and employees of many closely held corporations are directly affected by the decision so their interest has been the most evident. Those concerned about the future of health care reform are considering the impact of the decision on other possible employer efforts to limit employee coverage. Groups focused on ensuring the free exercise of religion feel strengthened by the court's decision, while advocates for women's rights worry that Hobby Lobby approved actions that operate to disadvantage women. Some legal scholars see the court's decision as a potential threat to the integrity of the corporation as a separate legal person from its owners....
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