Filing amicus curiae briefs is a well-accepted part of practicing before the Supreme Court, federal courts of appeals, and many state appellate courts. If you really want to be a “friend of […]
ALF’s amicus brief in Photoplaza, Inc. v. Herbal Brands, Inc., No. 23-504, urges the Supreme Court to address the question of where nationwide online sellers of products can be sued.
FTC Unilaterally Dismisses In-House Proceeding Seeking Outrageous Antitrust Penalties Against Axon Enterprise, Inc.
The Atlantic Legal Foundation—a champion of free enterprise, property rights, and limited and responsible government—filed three amicus briefs supporting the courageous efforts of Axon Enterprise, Inc. to mount a federal
The Board of Directors of the Atlantic Legal Foundation is pleased to announce its gala Annual Awards Dinner, to be held on the evening of Tuesday, November 14, 2023 at the Metropolitan
The Atlantic Legal Foundation long has been the nation’s leading advocate for use of sound science in judicial and regulatory proceedings. Our advocacy in the famous Daubert trilogy of Supreme
Webinar: Challenging the Constitutionality of FTC & Other Federal Administrative Enforcement Proceedings
Last April, the Supreme Court’s unanimous combined judgment in Axon Enterprise, Inc. v. FTC & SEC v. Cochran opened federal district court doors to litigation challenging the structural constitutionality of civil administrative
On June 30, Law360 published 3 Takeaways From The Supreme Court’s Session, an article providing insights about the Court’s now-completed 2022 Term. In the section called “No Banner Term for Business”
“People think that the President of the United States has the power for debt forgiveness. He does not. He can postpone. He can delay. But he does not have that power. That has