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 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
When the Supreme Court announced that effective January 1, 2023, it no longer will require the parties’ consent, or the Court’s permission, to file an amicus brief, ALF Executive Vice
This guest Insight was authored by Greg Raleigh, a Washington, D.C.-based educational mentor and youth counselor. ALF’s 2021 Annual Report features an article, The Case for Education Freedom and Protecting
Advocating for sound science in judicial and regulatory proceedings is one of ALF’s key missions. Our widely recognized expertise on this important subject goes back to the amicus briefs that