Petition of the day

Petition of the dayThe petition of the day is: Mulligan v. Nichols 16-1053 Issues: (1) Whether a judge or jury should decide the fact-intensive question of whether government retaliation is severe enough to deter a person of “ordinary firmness” from continuing to engage in conduct that is protected by the First Amendment; and (2) whether a heightened standard of proof […]

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Petition of the day

The petition of the day is:

16-1053

Issues: (1) Whether a judge or jury should decide the fact-intensive question of whether government retaliation is severe enough to deter a person of “ordinary firmness” from continuing to engage in conduct that is protected by the First Amendment; and (2) whether a heightened standard of proof applies when the government retaliates against a citizen through speech, even when the government acts to deter a citizen from petitioning it for a redress of grievances and the individual suffers severe economic injury because of the retaliation.

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