485 U.S. 568 (1988) Cited 677 times 5 Legal Analyses
Holding that a union’s distribution of handbills at the entrances of a shopping mall was not threatening, coercing, or restraining within meaning of section 8(b) because there had been "no violence, picketing, or patrolling," and "no suggestion that the leaflets had any coercive effect on customers of the mall"
535 U.S. 425 (2002) Cited 366 times 1 Legal Analyses
Holding that "`[t]he First Amendment does not require a city, before enacting . . . an [adult entertainment secondary effects] ordinance to conduct new studies or produce evidence independent of that already generated by other cities, so long as whatever evidence the city relies upon is reasonably believed to be relevant to the problem that the city addresses.'"
Holding that a New York regulation restricting applications for handgun licenses to nonresidents with a primary place of business in the State did not violate the Privileges and Immunities Clause because the "discrimination [was] sufficiently justified by New York's public safety interest in monitoring handgun licensees" and its inability to access sufficient information about the qualifications of nonresidents
Holding that insurance companies had a due process interest in the statutorily created Property and Liability Insurance Security Fund, funded through insurer contributions and used to satisfy claims in the event of an insurer's insolvency