Jeffrey F. Webb was quoted in the June 27 issue of Employment Law360 in an article regarding the U.S. Supreme Court's rulings in employment cases during its latest term. Mr. Webb noted that the ruling in Kentucky Retirement System v. EEOC, in which the court held that a retirement plan that uses age as a factor in determining benefits does not necessarily violate the ADEA, was a surprise because three of the court's more liberal justices joined two of the court's more conservative justices in the majority. "That case is an exception. I tried to make some sense of the way the justices split in the case and can't find anything to explain it," he said. Mr. Webb also noted that the court's recent pro-employee decisions are likely not reactions to criticism the court received for its pro-employer decisions issued during the previous term. "I don't think justices are so easily swayed by the reactions to their decisions."