RLC Appellate Division

Appellate Division Legal Briefs

The appellate Division currently files about 20 amicus briefs per year totaling more than 150 to date.

Below are cases that the Appellate Division has participated in.

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McGinnis v. US Cold Storage, Inc.

  • Legal Brief
  • 09/20/2021

The RLC’s brief argues that claims under Illinois’ BIPA should accrue only when a data point is first collected or disclosed. Learn More

Canaday v. Anthem

  • Legal Brief
  • 08/18/2021

Sixth Circuit agreed with RLC'S and Chamber's arguments that all plaintiffs in an FLSA collective action must meet prerequisites Learn More

Postmates, LLC v. Jacob Rimler & Giovanni Jones

  • Legal Brief
  • 08/17/2021

The RLC asks the Supreme Court to overturn California jurisprudence that exempts actions brought under California’s Private Attorneys General Act. Learn More

American Eagle Outfitters, et al. v. Garcia

  • Legal Brief
  • 08/13/2021

The RLC filed a brief in support of the retail defendants who were sued for allegedly over-collecting sales tax on face masks. Learn More

In Re Section 301 Cases

  • Legal Brief
  • 08/09/2021

The RLC and fellow trade groups filed a brief in support of plaintiffs challenging Lists 3 and 4 of the Section 301 China tariffs. Learn More

Barry's Cut Rate Stores Inc., et al. v. Visa, Inc. et al.

  • Legal Brief
  • 07/30/2021

The RLC supports RILA’s intervention in opposition to class certification in the long-running MDL-1720 interchange case. Learn More

Brinker v. Steinmetz, et al.

  • Legal Brief
  • 05/24/2021

The RLC filed its second brief this month in support of a restaurant being hit with a no-injury class action claim in a data breach case. Learn More

Visa Inc. v. Sally Beauty Holdings, Inc.

  • Legal Brief
  • 05/04/2021

The RLC’s amicus brief supports Sally Beauty’s appeal by providing important retail industry context. Learn More

Cothron v. White Castle

  • Legal Brief
  • 04/05/2021

The RLC challenges the decision that each biometric scan is a separate violation of the Biometric Information Privacy Act (BIPA) subject to penalties. Learn More

In re: Amendments to Florida Rule of Civil Procedure 1.510

  • Legal Brief
  • 03/15/2021

The RLC submitted a letter to the Florida Supreme Court in support of the Court’s amendment adopting the federal summary judgment standard. Learn More

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