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Topic - Ronald Mann
All eyes will be on Justice Elena Kagan on Monday, when the Supreme Court considers a copyright case that some fear could prevent people from reselling certain products they own such as the iPhone, as she may have the deciding vote.
Both sides will also be watching the other justices "to see if they are consistent with the past," he said.
"Most likely her vote will be the one that is one the winning side," said Ronald Mann, professor of law at Columbia Law School. "We'll know more after the arguments. The justices will ask questions, and often the questions will give you insight into what they think about it."