Recent Developments

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

U.S. Chamber asks federal District Court to vacate CFTC’s Cross-Border rule; argues the CFTC exceeded its limited extraterritorial jurisdiction and that the rule places U.S. companies at a disadvantage by increasing transaction costs
U.S. District Court - District of Columbia
Chamber urges Supreme Court to overturn jurisdictional bar in certain state tax cases
Supreme Court of the United States
Awaiting Decision
U.S. Chamber urges reversal in important Work Product Doctrine case
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit
Awaiting Decision
U.S. Chamber urges Supreme Court to review case that allows trial lawyers to file duplicative claims under the False Claims Act (U.S. Supreme Court)
Supreme Court of the United States
Awaiting Decision
Chamber urges Texas Supreme Court to review admissibility of seat belt evidence
Texas Supreme Court
Awaiting Decision