"WASHINGTON - In a marked departure from his predecessor, Chief Justice John Roberts announced that the Court will allow advertisements on its Justices' robes, but not for any person or business that currently has a case pending before the Court. The first ads, fittingly enough on the Friday before the AFC Championship, will be for the Pittsburgh Steelers. Roberts declared Friday "Black and Gold Day" at the United States Supreme Court. All justices will don ceremonial Terrible Towels over the traditional black robes worn since the inception of the court over two hundred years ago."
I am a strategic business lawyer, deal attorney and professor. I received my B.A. in Economics from Princeton University and my J.D. from the University of Pittsburgh. I am an adjunct faculty member of Chatham University and Strayer University.