This WLF Litigation Division feature highlights WLF court and agency filings, as well as decisions issued in response to WLF’s filings. In this edition, we list May 2022 filings and results.

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In re Climate-Related Disclosure Rule—WLF urges SEC to abandon proposed climate-related disclosure rule.

Arkansas Teachers Retirement System v. Goldman Sachs—WLF asks Second Circuit to adhere to Supreme Court precedent in prominent securities class-action appeal.

Axon v. FTC—WLF urges Supreme Court to allow parties to challenge agencies’ structure in federal court.

Trendsettah v. Swisher—WLF urges the Ninth Circuit to follow Supreme Court precedent on appellate jurisdiction.

In re Supreme Court of Florida’s Workgroup on Improved Resolution of Civil Cases—WLF asks the Supreme Court of Florida to adopt meaningful civil discovery reforms.


Trendsettah v. Swisher—The Ninth Circuit declines rehearing en banc in an important dispute over appellate jurisdiction.

Morgan v. Sundance—The Supreme Court holds that plaintiffs need not show prejudice to succeed on a waiver defense to a motion to compel arbitration.

3M Co. v. Amador—The Supreme Court declines to review a decision that drastically lowered the bar for admitting unreliable expert evidence in federal court.

U.S. ex rel. Sheldon v. Allergan—Granting rehearing en banc, the Fourth Circuit vacates a correctly decided panel opinion on scienter under the False Claims Act.