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 February 2024 filings and results.

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WLF discourages the Supreme Court from adopting special rules for injunctive relief for the NLRB. (Starbucks v. McKinney)

WLF opposes a California law that unconstitutionally burdens social media platforms’ free-speech rights. (X Corp. v. Bonta)

WLF asks Ninth Circuit to reject a privacy class action by plaintiffs who knowingly consented to Google’s web data policy. (Calhoun v. Google)

WLF urges the U.S. Supreme Court to hear an important arbitration case. (Lyft v. Seifu)

WLF asks the Supreme Court to reject an overbroad reading of a federal criminal statute. (Snyder v. United States)

WLF calls for sensible reform of multi-district litigation proceedings. (In re Proposed Adoption of Rule of Civil Procedure 16.1)


The Supreme Court holds that a plaintiff suing under the Sarbanes-Oxley Act’s whistleblower provision need not prove “retaliatory intent.” (Murray v. UBS Securities)