Weekly Roundup - January 29, 2014
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We are thrilled to announce our founding director, Carolyn Shapiro, has been appointed the Illinois Solicitor General - and that Christopher Schmidt is our new director!
Constitutional First Principles on Display: A Look Back at Oral Arguments in NLRB v. Noel Canning
Anonymous tips and car stops - the Supreme Court has fun with hypotheticals in Navarette v. California
Is it a crime to buy a gun for someone else? The Supreme Court will decide
Employees will not be paid for time spent changing into and out of work clothes, the Supreme Court ruled unanimously
Happy birthday, Chief Justice Roberts!
Did the daughter of Raging Bull writer Frank Petrella wait too long to file her copyright infringement suit?
A pilot who sued his employer for defamation when the airline labeled him a security threat loses in the Supreme Court
Justices weigh child porn restitution
Are 'Boobies' Bracelets the New Black Armbands?
Last week's oral argument, including the Raging Bull case, is posted at Oyez
Harris v. Quinn showcases a labor law issue in a sensitive matter - home health care workers
Air Wisconsin opinion
Sandifer opinion: Time spent changing in and out of protective gear is not compensated by federal law