The Supreme Court ceased to use the substantive due process concept to overrule legislative judgments in economic liberty cases.
Justice Louis D. Brandeis
Justice Louis D. Brandeis wrote the majority opinion in O'Gorman, which drew vigorous dissents from four other justices.
Chicago, Burlington, and Quincy Railroad Co. v. Chicago
Chicago, Milwaukee, and St. Paul Railway Co. v. Minnesota
Contract, freedom of
Due process, procedural
Due process, substantive