In Hosanna-Tabor v. EEOC (download here), the U.S. Supreme Court yesterday recognized a defense that churches may assert against claims by some employees based on anti-discrimination laws, such as a minister that claims she was discriminated against on an issue that comes within the scope of the church’s religious beliefs. Professor Bainbridge comments on this important ruling here; The Wall Street Journal reports on the U.S. Constitutional basis in the opinion (that also cites to the Magna Carta) here, and employment lawyer Daniel Schwartz provides insights here.