Weekly Roundup – August 14, 2013

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Learn the important IP holdings from the 2012 Supreme Court Term and discover what’s coming up in 2013 at this year’s Supreme Court IP Review Conference in Chicago.

Privacy in technology is a hot button issue right now – will it be up to the Supreme Court to determine how the law applies?

Ruth Bader Ginsburg celebrated her 20th anniversary as a Supreme Court justice this week.

Not every Supreme Court case becomes as famous as Myriad Genetics or Citizens United – but important legal precedents have come from much quieter cases.

Most high school students don’t become the catalyst in a landmark Supreme Court case, but in 1956, a 16-year-old from Pennsylvania took a stand.

Texas resists the notion of being put back under the preclearance requirement of the Voting Rights Act.

The Supreme Court Voting Rights Act Ruling Revives Florida Review of Voting Rolls.

The federal government weighs in on Town of Greece v. Galloway in favor of public prayer before meetings.

Supreme Court Coverage in the Digital Age, from C-SPAN.

Justice Roberts rejects Va. AG’s request to delay sodomy ruling while court considers appeal.

Should the Supreme Court justices be subject to the same code of ethics as judges in lower courts?

Study examines Roberts’ appointments to key judicial posts.