Weekly Roundup – April 30, 2014

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Director Schmidt offers some perspective on Justice Sotomayor’s first oral dissent

How much free speech protection do public employees have? Professor Sheldon Nahmod explains the importance of this week’s arguments in Lane v. Franks

Can the police search your cell phone without a warrant on arrest? Professor Kim Bailey takes you Inside the Case of this week’s Riley v. California

Professors Christi Guerrini and Ed Lee analyze and predict the winner of the patent case Nautilus v. Biosig

What really happened during oral argument of Aereo’s case? Lyle Denniston provides a summary and analysis of the case that could shape TV broadcasting’s future

Scalia set to play key role in Supreme Court smartphone case

The Court declines to hear Microsoft antitrust case

Monday was Justice Kagan’s 54th birthday! Learn about the Supreme Court Justice who began her legal career with her bat mitzvah

The Supreme Court tried to find a middle ground in a ruling on restitution for victims of child pornography

Alito says law schools give LSAT too much weight

Justice Ginsburg on the Supreme Court and societal change

Octane Fitness v. ICON Health opinion

This week’s EPA opinion, written by Justice Ginsburg

The Justices appeared to be searching for a compromise during yesterday’s oral argument on police searches of cell phones following an arrest

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