Berkeley Cell Phone Right To Know Ordinance Oral Arguments by Theodore Olson and Lawrence Lessig

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Berkeley Cell Phone Right To Know Oral Arguments: Theodore Olson and Lawrence Lessig
The Wireless Association v. City of Berkeley
Courtroom One in the James R. Browning Court of Appeals Building
San Francisco, California September 13, 2016

Watch The Federal Appeals Court Hearing on Berkeley Cell Phone “Right to Know” Law

This the hearing considering whether to overturn the district court’s decision that denied the CTIA’s request for an injunction to block Berkeley’s cellphone ordinance.

The case is CTIA-The Wireless Association v. City of Berkeley et al., case number 16-15141. The CTIA is represented by former Solicitor General Theodore Olson, and the City is represented by Harvard Law Professor Lawrence Lessig.

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