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 June 2024 filings and decisions.

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WLF asks the Ninth Circuit to affirm the dismissal of a privacy suit for lack of an Article III injury. (Popa v. PSP Group LLC)

WLF encourages the Tenth Circuit to join its sister circuits in adopting a robust ascertainability standard for class actions. (Dunn v. Santa Fe Natural Tobacco Co.)


The Supreme Court eliminates Chevron deference, requiring that statutory ambiguities be resolved by the courts. (Loper Bright v. Raimondo) *victory*

The Supreme Court holds that the SEC must comply with the Seventh Amendment’s jury-trial requirement when seeking civil penalties for alleged fraud. (SEC v. Jarkesy) *victory*

The Supreme Court rejects an overly broad reading of a federal criminal statute. (Snyder v. United States) *victory*

The Supreme Court agrees to decide who bears the burden of proving the applicability of an exemption to the Fair Labor Standards Act. (EMD Sales v. Carerra) *victory*

The Supreme Court agrees to hear a novel case about the False Claims Act’s scope. (Wisconsin Bell, Inc. v. United States ex rel. Heath) *victory*

The Supreme Court agrees to review a controversial securities case out of the Ninth Circuit. (NVIDIA Corp. v. E. Ohman J:or Fonder AB) *victory*

The Supreme Court declines to hear an important arbitration case. (Lyft v. Seifu)

The Supreme Court rejects special rules for injunctive relief for the NLRB. (Starbucks v. McKinney) *victory*

The D.C. Circuit reinstates an APA suit challenging a final rule issued by the Library of Congress. (MITA v. Library of Congress) *victory*

The Supreme Court agrees to clarify the scope of disclosure obligations under federal securities law. (Facebook, Inc. v. Amalgamated Bank) *victory*