The Department of Justice has filed its opposition brief in Leandra English’s appeal of the district court’s denial of her preliminary injunction motion in her action seeking a declaration that she is the lawful Acting CFPB Director.  Ms. English filed her opening brief with the D.C. Circuit on January 30.

The DOJ relies primarily on

The DOJ has filed its opposition to Leandra English’s motion for a preliminary injunction in her action seeking a declaration that she, rather than Mick Mulvaney, has the legal right to serve as CFPB Acting Director.

Ms. English’s preliminary injunction motion relies primarily on the same argument she made in support of her unsuccessful motion

As required by Judge Kelly’s scheduling order, yesterday afternoon Leandra English filed a motion for a preliminary injunction in her action seeking a declaration that she, rather than Mick Mulvaney, has the legal right to serve as CFPB Acting Director.  The motion was accompanied by a supporting memorandum.  Ms. English also filed a

Leandra English has filed a Proposed Schedule confirming that she plans to file a motion for a preliminary injunction in her action for declaratory and injunctive relief filed in D.C. federal district court seeking a declaration that she, rather than Mick Mulvaney, has the legal right to serve as CFPB Acting Director.

Last Tuesday,