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Whistleblowing and Free Speech: Garcetti\u27s Early Progeny and Shrinking Constitutional Rights of Public Employees

By J. Michael McGuinness
Topics: Section 1983, Garcetti v. Ceballos, Garcetti, speech protection, prosecutor, prosecution, Ceballos, Richard Ceballos, Shirlie Green, Green v. Barrett, public employment cases, federal constitutional protection, due process, whistleblowers, first amendment, 1st amendment, free speech, public employees, public employee expression cases, Supreme court, Pickering v. Board of Education, Pickering, statements of public concern, Mt. Healthy City School District, Doyle, Mt. Healthy City School District v. Doyle, Mount Healthy City School District, Connick v. Myers, Connick, Myers, Mt Healthy, Mount Healthy, Rankin, McPherson, Waters, Churchill, City of San Diego, John Roe, Roe, San Diego, public employee, whistleblower, freedom of speech, protected speech, protected expression, Mt. Healthy test, Constitutional Law, First Amendment, Labor and Employment Law
Publisher: Digital Commons @ Touro Law Center
Year: 2014
OAI identifier: oai:digitalcommons.tourolaw.edu:lawreview-1266
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