Party Litigation

The following are cases in which the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, represented by the U.S. Chamber Litigation Center, is participating as a direct party or as an intervenor. Cases with recent developments (such as a new legal filing or an outcome in the case) are listed first.

U.S. Chamber Joins Fight Against EPA’s Proposed “Regional Haze” Regulation
U.S. Chamber Files Lawsuit Challenging Seattle’s Drivers’ Union Ordinance
U.S. Chamber and Coalition Intervene In Opposition to Lawsuit Brought by Environmentalists Seeking to Compel EPA to Lower Ozone NAAQS Even Further
U.S. Chamber and Coalition File Lawsuit Challenging EPA's Unprecedented Ozone Regulations
U.S. Chamber and Coalition File Lawsuit Challenging EPA’s Unprecedented Attempt to Ban New Coal-Fired Power Plants
U.S. Chamber Files Lawsuit Challenging EPA’s Unprecedented Attempt to Restructure Nation’s Electricity System (case consolidated with lead States of West Virginia, et al. v. EPA)
U.S. Chamber Challenges FCC Order Expanding Liability Under the TCPA U.S. Chamber Files Joint Brief for Petitioners in Challenge to TCPA Declaratory Ruling
Sixth Circuit Rules it has Jurisdiction over “Waters of the United States” Rule; Denies Rehearing En Banc
D.C. Circuit Panel Reaffirms that SEC’s Conflict Minerals Rule Violates First Amendment
Status: Victory

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