U.S. Chamber files amicus brief in Seventh Circuit regarding the appropriate pleading standard for ERISA cases and the broad discretion to which ERISA fiduciaries are entitled
In a unanimous opinion, Supreme Court holds that enforcing a security interest without also seeking repayment of a debt generally does not qualify as “debt collection” within the FDCPA’s meaning. The...
In a per curiam opinion, Supreme Court vacates Ninth Circuit’s decision and sends case back to Ninth Circuit for reconsideration of Article III standing issues. The Chamber filed an amicus brief in...
U.S. Chamber files coalition amicus brief urging Tennessee Court of Appeals to reject state constitutional challenge to Tennessee’s statutory cap on noneconomic and punitive damages
Second Circuit panel affirms ruling in favor of investment advisor in Section 36(b) case challenging mutual-fund fees. The U.S. Chamber filed an amicus brief in support of this outcome.
What Others Are Saying
"The chamber has created the equivalent of a boutique law firm at its headquarters, one whose roster of talent now rivals some of Washington’s most elite practices."
Reuters, "Chamber of Commerce forms its own elite law team"
Dec. 8, 2014