A very good analysis of the "high-profile" FAU lawsuit brought by Dr. James Tracy can be found here. It is written by a tenured university professor, and explains how case issues were limited at trial (to one only) and the jury's own limitations in understanding what is really at stake for America today -- i.e., academic freedom and free speech.
Then there's this December 19th opinion piece from the Florida Sun-Sentinel ... Fortunately, James Tracy gave Florida Atlantic University a reason to fire him. But what if he hadn’t? What if Tracy had posted goofy, offensive conspiracy theories on his blog while complying with rules about outside activity by professors? Under that scenario, it would have been tough, if not impossible, to fire Tracy.