Thomas Goldstein Argues for Respondents in City of Los Angeles v. Patel

On March 3, Thomas Goldstein argued before the Supreme Court on behalf of the respondents in City of Los Angeles v. Patel.  The question in the case is whether a Los Angeles ordinance that allows the police to inspect hotel registries at will, without a warrant or any other form of judicial review, violates the Fourth Amendment on its face.  The firm represented the hotel owners through the Harvard Supreme Court Litigation Clinic.

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