Major decisions were handed down pertaining to unions, insurance claims data and employee benefits. (Photo: iStock)

Recent years have featured a number of highly consequential Supreme Court decisions for health care and employers, and this year was no different. 

The vacancy on the nine-member panel created by the death of Justice Antonin Scalia, an icon of conservative jurisprudence, left the court deadlocked on some issues, which frustrated activists on both the left and the right. But just as consequential were a number of decisions delivered in spite of Scalia’s death.

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