Amicus Briefs

  • Tuggle v. United States

    Whether the Fourth Amendment protects against warrantless long-term, continuous, and covert pole camera surveillance of the outside of a person’s home.

    • Fourth Amendment

    • Privacy Laws

    • Surveillance Oversight

    • Amicus Briefs

  • Sharpe v. Winterville Police Department

    Whether a passenger in a car has a First Amendment right to livestream a traffic stop.

    • Democracy & Free Speech

    • Amicus Briefs

  • McCurley v. Royal Seas Cruises

    Whether Royal Seas Cruises can be held vicariously liable for illegal robocalls made on its behalf using bad leads from an online lead generator.

    • Consumer Privacy

    • Robocalls

    • Amicus Briefs

  • Sanchez v. Los Angeles Department of Transportation

    Whether compelled disclosure of detailed location information on individual e-scooter trips violates the Fourth Amendment.

    • Data Protection

    • Fourth Amendment

    • Location Tracking

    • Privacy Laws

    • Amicus Briefs

  • United States v. Morton

    Whether law enforcement can perform an invasive forensic search of the entire contents of a phone when it only has probable cause to search some of the data on the phone.

    • Fourth Amendment

    • Privacy Laws

    • Amicus Briefs

  • Cothron v. White Castle

    Whether a person can sue only for the first time their data is collected or disclosed without consent in violation of the Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act ("BIPA").

    • Enforcement of Privacy Laws

    • Face Surveillance & Biometrics

    • Surveillance Oversight

    • Amicus Briefs

  • TransUnion LLC v. Ramirez

    Whether plaintiffs in FCRA and other privacy suits can establish standing based on a violation of their statutory rights.

    • Article III Standing

    • Consumer Privacy

    • Amicus Briefs

  • Wisconsin v. Burch

    Whether a reasonable person who verbally consents to a limited search of their cell phone authorizes law enforcement to download that phone’s entire contents, store a copy of the data indefinitely, and use it in unrelated investigations based on a vague consent form.

    • Fourth Amendment

    • Privacy Laws

    • Amicus Briefs

  • Lindenbaum v. Realgy, LLC

    Whether the Supreme Court's decision to invalidate and sever the government debt exception from the Telephone Consumer Protection Act's robocall ban requires courts grant retroactive immunity to robocallers for illegal calls made for the five years between the exception's enactment and the Court's decision to sever.

    • Consumer Privacy

    • Enforcement of Privacy Laws

    • Robocalls

    • Amicus Briefs

  • Bozzi v. Jersey City

    Whether New Jersey's Open Public Records Act protects from public disclosure the names and addresses of individuals possessing a government-issued dog license.

    • Data Protection

    • Government Records & Privacy

    • Amicus Briefs