Sixth Circuit: Free speech and free exercise clauses of the First Amendment protect in-class speech of public university professors


Opinion:
NICHOLAS K. MERIWETHER
v.
FRANCESCA HARTOP, ET AL.

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Companies doing business in a state submit to state court jurisdiction in products liability suits


Opinion:
FORD MOTOR COMPANY
v.
MONTANA EIGHTH JUDICIAL
DISTRICT COURT, ET AL.

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Application of physical force with intent to restrain is a Fourth Amendment seizure even if unsuccessful


Opinion:
ROXANNE TORRES
v.
JANICE MADRID, ET AL

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Sixth Circuit declares bump stocks are not machine guns; Agency interpretations of criminal statutes are subject to judicial review


Opinion:
GUN OWNERS OF AMERICA INC, ET AL.
v.
MERRICK B. GARLAND,
ATTORNEY GENERAL, ET AL.

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DC Circuit affirms Houston man’s conviction for theft of trade secrets in Chinese “Thousand Talents” conspiracy


Opinion:
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
v.
SHAN SHI

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Non-permanent residents seeking to cancel a lawful removal order bear the burden of proving they have not been convicted of a disqualifying criminal offense


Opinion:
CLEMENTE AVELINO PEREIDA
v.
ROBERT M. WILKINSON, ACTING
ATTORNEY GENERAL

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Non-final agency opinions are deliberative process exempt from FOIA disclosure


Opinion:
U.S. FISH AND WILDLIFE SERVICE
v.
SIERRA CLUB, INC.

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A moot claim for nominal damages survives dismissal if it’s based on the completed violation of a right


Opinion:
CHIKE UZUEGBUNAM, ET AL.
v.
STANLEY C. PRECZEWSKI, ET AL

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Public health “experts” may have been compensated to promote Coronavirus lockdown policies in bad faith


Letter:
Request for Expedited Federal Investigation Into
Scientific Fraud in Public Health Policies
To: Federal Bureau of Investigation
CC: U.K. Security Service (MI5); Australian Security Intelligence Organisation;
Canadian Security Intelligence Service; Bundesnachrichtendienst; U.S. DOJ

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N. Carolina Sheriff’s order suspending processing of weapons permits citing coronavirus ruled unconstitutional


Order:
KELLY STAFFORD; GRASS ROOTS NORTH CAROLINA; SECOND
AMENDMENT FOUNDATION; and FIREARMS POLICY COALITION, INC,
v.
GERALD BAKER in his official capacity
as Sheriff of Wake County

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