- Al-Aulaqi v. Obama
On October 4, 2010, WLF filed a brief in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, urging it to dismiss a lawsuit that challenges a reported decision by the federal government to attempt to kill a U.S. citizen (and senior al Qaeda leader) living in Yemen. WLF argued that the case raises political questions that are not properly decided by the federal courts.
- Commonwealth of Va. v. Sebelius
On October 4, 2010, WLF filed a brief on behalf of fourteen legal scholars in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia urging it to declare unconstitutional the mandate provision of the recently enacted federal healthcare overhaul.
From The Legal Pulse:
- Media Queue v. Netflix: Fees and Burdens in Patent Litigation – by Robert T. Cruzen and John D. Vandenberg, Klarquist Sparkman, LLP*
- High Court’s Denial of Cert a De Facto Endorsement of Recent Alien Tort Statute Ruling? – by Glenn Lammi
- Volokh on WLF’s Amicus Brief in Virginia’s Suit Vs. Federal Health Care Mandate – by The Legal Pulse
- Wall Street Journal Weighs in on FTC and “Reverse Payment” Patent Settlements – by The Legal Pulse
- Will FTC Marketing Guidelines Make it Any Easier for Advertising to be “Green”? – by Richard Samp