Amicus Briefing

NCAA v. Alston (Supreme Court of the United States)
Counsel of record for African American Antitrust Lawyers arguing that NCAA’s purported pro-competitive justification conflicts with its mission of providing opportunities for education.

Riley v. California (Supreme Court of the United States)
Counsel of record for amicus brief on behalf of 33 Criminal law professors that was relied on by the Court in its opinion. The brief discussed the potential use of Faraday bags and aluminum foil to prevent remote wiping of cell phone data.

Manuel v. City of Joliet (Supreme Court of the United States)
Amicus brief for DRI-the voice of the Defense Bar on whether malicious prosecution is a cognizable claim under the Fourth Amendment in Section 1983 cases.

Wayfair v. South Dakota (Supreme Court of the United States)
Counsel of record for an amicus brief on behalf of the State and Local Legal Center, which includes the National Governors Association, the National Conference of State Legislatures, the Council of State Governments, the National Association of Counties, and the National League of Cities.