On Tuesday, January 12, 2021, the Supreme Court hears oral argument in Uzuegbunam v. Preczewski. The issue the Court will be deciding is whether the government’s post-filing change of an unconstitutional policy moots nominal-damages claims. The case has important implications for litigation involving myriad constitutional rights, and has garnered national attention. Our panel of experts joins us to discuss oral argument and possible outcomes.
Sarah M. Harris, Partner, Williams & Connolly
Justin Sadowsky, Trial Attorney, Council on American-Islamic Relations
Moderator: Casey Mattox, Senior Fellow, Free Speech and Toleration, Charles Koch Institute
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