Atlantic Legal Foundation is the nation’s preeminent public interest law firm advocating for the admissibility of sound medical and expert testimony in toxic tort, product liability and other litigation. ALF fights the admissibility of “junk” science and fosters the use of sound science principles in judicial and regulatory proceedings. Our amicus briefs on behalf of several Nobel Laureates and numerous other prominent scientists were cited and relied on by the majority in the landmark Daubert trilogy of U.S. Supreme Court cases.

Sound Science Amicus Briefs

ALF/DRI Brief Argues That Constitution’s Supremacy Clause Directly Bars Talcum Powder “Consumer Protection” Suit

Johnson & Johnson v. Mississippi, ex rel. Lynn Fitch, Attorney General of Mississippi, No. 21-348 (Supreme Court) (petition stage)

September 24, 2021

ALF Urges Supreme Court To Clarify Federal Preemption Of Pesticide Failure-To-Warn Suits

Monsanto Co. v. Hardeman, No. 21-241 (Supreme Court) (petition stage)

September 1, 2021

ALF Urges Supreme Court To Review Junk Science “Talc” Litigation

Johnson & Johnson v. Ingham, No. 20-1223 (Supreme Court) (petition stage)

April 5, 2021

ALF Amicus Brief Argues That Sound Science – Not The “Precautionary Principle” – Belongs In The Courtroom

Preserve Responsible Shoreline Management v. City of Bainbridge Island, No. 20-787 (Supreme Court) (petition stage)

January 5, 2021

ALF Requests California Supreme Court To “Depublish” Proposition 65 Listing Opinion

American Chemistry Council v. OEHHA (California Supreme Court)

December 17, 2020

ALF Amicus Letter Explains That Federal Law Preempts Roundup® Product Liability Suit

Johnson v. Monsanto Co., No. S264158 (California Supreme Court) (petition-stage)

September 10, 2020

Semantics Conceal Scientific Testimony Already Declared Inadmissible

Rost v. Ford Motor Company, NO. 309 EAL 2014 (Supreme Court of Pennsylvania Eastern District)

January 19, 2015

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