Religious Liberty After Hobby Lobby: A Panel of the 2014 Federalist Society National Lawyers Convention.

William L Saunders, Diarmuid F O'Scannlain, Kim Colby, William P Marshall, Robin Fretwell Wilson

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Abstract

The following remarks were given on November 14, 2014 during a panel of the 2014 Federalist Society National Lawyers Convention. The focus of the discussion revolved around the recent Supreme Court decision in Burwell v. Hobby Lobby. The discussion included such topics as the impact that Hobby Lobby will have on future interpretations of the Religious Freedom Restoration Act and the constitutional implications of the decision. The panel also sought to answer questions such as: Do RFRA 's protections apply to publicly held corporations? What import does Hobby Lobby hold for religiously based exemptions outside of the Affordable Care Act context? Recordings of the conference can be found at http://www.fed-soc. org/multimedia/detail/religious-liberty-after-hobby-lob by-event-video. These remarks have been edited by the panelists for clarity.
Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages971-1011
Number of pages41
Volume48
No3
Specialist publicationConnecticut Law Review
PublisherConnecticut Law Review
StatePublished - Feb 1 2016

Keywords

  • RELIGIOUS Freedom Restoration Act of 1993 (U.S.)
  • UNITED States. Patient Protection & Affordable Care Act
  • FREEDOM of religion
  • TOWN of Greece v. Galloway (Supreme Court case)
  • BURWELL v. Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc. (Supreme Court case)

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