It’s now been a full month since I’ve seen the familiar “Activity in Case…” e-mails that the federal court system sends to litigants registered for electronic filing. Considering I have four cases open in four different courts, it’s the first time I’ve had a month of quiet since 2011. This gives me a little time to write my comment for the TSA’s public rulemaking regarding nude body scanners (due by June 24th, 2013 — no legal experience required, just let the TSA know how you feel!) and my appeal that is inevitable regarding (in largest part) U.S. District Judge Joan A. Lenard’s decision that TSA screeners enjoy qualified immunity for unlawful searches even when they know they intentionally continue their search beyond what is necessary to find weapons.

So, here’s where we are right now:

I have this sneaking suspicion that I will shortly be innundated with rulings and legal documents to write. The calm before the storm… 😉