Weekly Roundup – July 3, 2014

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Our director, Professor Christopher Schmidt, explains the Hobby Lobby ruling and its implications

Learn more about the Supreme Court’s decision in the Aereo case from Prof. Ed Lee in this video

A unanimous Supreme Court holds that police need a warrant to search the cell phone of an arrestee. Prof. Godfrey explains in our video

The Supreme Court ruled to limit the president’s recess appointment power. Prof. Greenberg explores the ruling in our video

Professor Schmidt discusses corporate rights in light of this week’s ruling in favor of Hobby Lobby

Our director, Professor Christopher Schmidt, wrote about Justice Scalia’s unusual concurrence last week

Last week, the Supreme Court struck down a Massachusetts law that kept 35-foot buffer zones around abortion clinics

Do the Supreme Court’s rulings show that the Justices understand technology?

A little-noted Supreme Court ruling from last week made retirement savings a bit more stable for employees

Harris v. Quinn opinion

Hobby Lobby opinion

SCOTUSblog made it clear during the opinion announcement of Hobby Lobby that the ruling was narrowly tailored

Though the Supreme Court ruling on the contraception mandate only applies to closely held companies, take a look at America’s largest private companies

SCOTUSblog responds hilariously to people who tweeted them, mistaking them for the Court itself

This week’s Supreme Court ruling that public sector unions cannot require fees from “partial public employees” was a blow to labor, but it could have been worse

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