Seven amicus briefs have been filed in support of Seila Law’s petition for a writ of certiorari that seeks review of the Ninth Circuit’s ruling that the CFPB’s single-director-removable-only-for-cause structure is constitutional.

The briefs were filed by:

Yesterday, the U.S. Supreme Court invited the Solicitor General to file a brief to express the Obama administration’s views on whether certiorari should be granted in a consumer case involving an important issue of statutory standing. In the case – Spokeo v. Robins – the issue is whether a plaintiff asserting a private cause of

Could the third time be the charm?  Today, the U.S. Supreme Court granted the petition for certiorari filed in May 2014 by the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs (Texas DHCA) in Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs v. The Inclusive Communities Project, Inc. 

The case gives the Supreme Court its third opportunity

On Monday, June 17, we expect the U.S. Supreme Court to announce whether it will grant the petition for certiorari in Township of Mount Holly v. Mt. Holly Gardens Citizens
in Action, Inc. 
The petition is among the certiorari petitions slated to be considered by the Justices at their conference today.  The court’s standard procedure

The briefing on the NLRB’s petition for certiorari in Noel Canning was completed yesterday, with the filing by the NLRB of a brief replying to the respondent’s brief filed on May 23.

The entry “DISTRIBUTED for Conference of June 20, 2013” now appears on the Supreme Court’s docket.  (The court’s standard procedure is to

Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell and his 44 Senate Republican colleagues have filed an amicus brief urging the U.S. Supreme Court to grant certiorari in NLRB v. Noel Canning. Indicating that the Republican Senators have “an unparalleled interest in safeguarding the chamber’s constitutionally prescribed role in the appointments process, which the Executive here sought