U.S. Chamber Litigation Center News

U.S. Chamber Litigation Center Highlights for SCOTUS 2013 Term

During the Term ending June 30, the U.S. Supreme Court has invalidated NLRB recess appointments in National Labor Relations Board v. Noel Canning. The U.S. Chamber Litigation center represented Noel Canning, a member of the Chamber, in the Supreme Court, and served as co-counsel to Noel Canning alongside the law firm Jones Day. Read the U.S. Chamber's press release and blog post on the decision.

Earlier in the Term, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a decision in favor of the U.S. Chamber's challenge to the EPA's greenhouse gas regulations in Utility Air Regulatory Group, Chamber of Commerce, et al. v. EPA

The U.S. Chamber Litigation Center is the litigation arm of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. To learn more about the Litigation Center, click here.

Recent Activity

Chamber urges Third Circuit to affirm district court decision regarding workplace waivers
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit
Awaiting Decision
Chamber urges rehearing and review of bad faith action case
Florida Court of Appeals
Awaiting Decision
U.S. Supreme Court paves way for Takings Clause claim by farmers who were compelled by the federal government to give up 47% of their raisins to the government
Supreme Court of the United States
Chamber asks Supreme Court review Ninth Circuit's interpretation of the Takings Clause claim
Supreme Court of the United States
Awaiting Decision
Supreme Court declines to review Fourth Circuit holding, therefore refusing to interpret the proper method of calculating civil penalties under the False Claims Act
Supreme Court of the United States