Mississippi ex rel. Hood v. AU Optronics Corp. will test the principles of both its conservative and liberal wings. A textualist interpretation, usually favored by Justice Scalia and his conservative colleagues, would not allow such removal — a decidedly anti-business result. At the same time, a purposive approach to interpreting the statutory provision, promoted by Justice Breyer, possibly would allow such removal. For each group of Justices, the conflict is clear: Will they follow their previously articulated principles of statutory interpretation or their ideological bias?