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High Court Sides With Christian Students In Free Speech Fight

March 8, 2021, Law360

Kevin King is quoted in Law360 regarding the Supreme Court’s ruling in a case involving students’ free speech rights on school and college campuses. Mr. King said, “that an issue to watch now is whether lower courts will adopt the suggestions by Justices Roberts and Kavanaugh to allow defendants to avoid judgment on the merits by paying the nominal damages. It is not clear that the majority's ruling would allow that approach, so in answering one question the decision may also tee up another for the future.”

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