This WLF Litigation Division feature highlights WLF court filings, as well as decisions issued in response to WLF’s court filings. In this edition, we list October 2023 filings and results.
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In re Proposed Amendments to Ohio Rule of Evidence 702—WLF asks the Ohio Supreme Court to adopt a proposed rule change to help ensure that unreliable expert evidence does not reach the jury.
Ohman J:or Fonder AB v. NVIDIA Corp.—WLF urges the Ninth Circuit to rehear a sharply divided panel opinion in an important securities case.
Gulden v. ExxonMobil—WLF asks the Third Circuit to confirm that federal trial courts lack jurisdiction to enforce OSHA’s nonfinal orders.
SEC v. Jarkesy—WLF urges the Supreme Court to end multiple layers of for-cause removal protections for administrative law judges.
EMD Sales v. Carerra—WLF asks the Supreme Court to decide who bears the burden of proving the applicability of an exemption to the Fair Labor Standards Act.
In re Proposed Changes to the Florida Rules of Civil Procedure—WLF urges the Florida Supreme Court to implement vital reforms to the Florida Rules of Civil Procedure.
Avail Vapor v. FDA—The Supreme Court declines to hear an important case about the regulatory process.
NetChoice, LLC v. Attorney General, State of Florida—The Supreme Court denies one petition (but grants two others) seeking to clarify the First-Amendment limits of government-compelled speech.