The Court reversed held that the plaintiff—a professional baseball player—should be allowed to go to trial against the police officer who shot him.
Also filing the brief is the National Whistleblowers Center, in a case that forces whistleblowers to "pick their poison."
The Court rejected the application of the long-established exception for law-enforcement officers to search data on a cell phone seized from an arrestee.
By Mickey H. Osterreicher
Two recent cases prove the viability of the Fourth Amendment in the digital age.
By Kevin J. O'Connor
Decisions to discipline or fire employees engaged in such activity should be made only with the assistance of qualified legal counsel.
By Miko Tempski
The issue will remain a hotly debated and litigated question.
Grayson Yeargin explains the new and unfamiliar situations the convicted party may face. (17:13 min)
Nancy Marcus highlights three recent developments regarding transgender rights that may impact employment discrimination cases across the country. (10:10 and 11:08 min)
Listen as Haley Gorenberg outlines upcoming challenges for same-sex couples in the Supreme Court. (05:58 min)
A panel of experts sheds light on issues of public safety, individual rights, mental health, and other issues raised by gun violence. (1:01:58)
The 2012 electorate is abuzz with concern over sweeping voting laws in several states that have real potential to affect the outcome of the presidential election. (47:03)
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The Civil Rights Litigation Committee is seeking authors and editors for its website. The Committee is also seeking members to serve as subcommittee chairs. Anyone interested in contributing or heading up one of our subcommittees should contact D. Grayson Yeargin.