This week it’s First Mondays XL, with more Supreme Court content than you can shake a gavel at. First off, we respond to a bunch of listener feedback about stuff we got wrong, stuff we got right, and stuff no one can quite figure out. (Here’s looking at you, “statement respecting the denial.”) After that, we unpack some opinions about the copyright issues around cheerleading uniforms, the statute of limitations around claiming damages, and the rights a child with autism has under IDEA. Plus, we try out our radio voices to get through a weird analogy about British rock bands in NLRB v. SW General, Inc. For one of our coolest argument recaps yet, we go straight to the source: Wisconsin’s Solicitor General, Misha Tseytlin, who had his first argument in Murr v. Wisconsin last week. You’ll be surprised, as he was, about who gave him the hardest time from the bench. Then, we look ahead to Tuesday’s crimmigration argument in Lee v. United States. Just how ineffective does his counsel have to be proven to keep Mr. Lee from getting deported? Fortunately, he has a super cool advocate now who will most definitely be wearing a bow tie to Court. If you want more First Mondays, become a monthly subscriber at patreon.com/firstmondays. For just $5/month, you get bonus episodes and access to the Amici Slack channel, where you can procrastinate with fellow Firsties. Feeling generous? Want a leg up on your coworkers or classmates? Donating $20/month gets you access to live streams of us recording the episodes that everyone else hears days later.