Last week, we wrapped up our two-week consideration of the Court’s history with tax cases and attorney disciplinary matters.  This week and next, we’re turning to two new topics: on the civil side, the Court’s history with employment law.  On the criminal side, the Court’s cases primarily involving sex offense issues.

Since 1991, the Court has decided ninety-seven employment law cases.  The Court had none in 1991, but two in 1992, one in 1993, three per year in 1994, 1995 and 1996 and two in 1997.

The Court decided four cases in 1998, two in 1999, five in 2000, two in 2001, six in 2002 and 2003 and four in 2004.

The Court decided five employment law cases in 2005, six in 2006, four in 2007, six in 2008, seven in 2009, nine in 2010 and four in 2011.

The Court decided three cases in 2012, two in 2013, four in 2014, two in 2015, three in 2016 and two in 2017.

Join us back here tomorrow as turn our attention to the Court’s history with prosecutions for sex offenses.

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