Professor Paul Campos gives an excellent explanation of today's Supreme Court decision in King v. Burwell upholding the Obama administration's interpretation of the Affordable Health Care Act. I agree with him wholeheartedly--it was an easy case that, under normal political circumstances, would not have been brought in the first place and, even if it had been, would have been dismissed swiftly in a trial court and never again been disputed. I have to say too that Chief Justice Roberts wrote a terrific opinion (pdf), briefly (for a Supreme Court opinion) setting forth the reasoning and precedent supporting the correct outcome. Another good explanation here.
Peter Friedman is a lawyer, artist representative, speaker & writer who's written for years on the impact of law on creative endeavors and law itself as a creative endeavor. From 2008-2012, he wrote Ruling Imagination: Law & Creativity, selections of which are republished here and the entire archive of which is available from the Internet Archive's Wayback Machine here and in pdf format here. In addition, he has written about copyright and fair use at What is Fair Use?