RLC Amicus Briefs

Appellate Division Legal Briefs

The appellate Division currently files about 20 amicus briefs per year totaling nearly 200 to date.

Below are cases that the Appellate Division has participated in.

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Cornelius v. CVS

  • Legal Brief
  • 04/03/2024

The RLC explains the narrow scope of the exemption to the FAA that Congress intended when enacting the EFASASHA. Learn More

Garcia v. AEO

  • Legal Brief
  • 03/27/2024

The RLC encourages the Court to reject attempts to bring private claims over disputed sales tax on uniformity and public policy grounds. Learn More

Brown v. Old Navy

  • Legal Brief
  • 03/21/2024

The RLC’s brief educates the Courton the history of “anti-SPAM” laws and why the Washington’s CEMA statute should be interpreted narrowly. Learn More

Grants Pass v. Johnson

  • Legal Brief
  • 03/03/2024

The amicus brief offers SCOTUS context on the retail impact of encampments, VCI, and the unworkability of the 9th Circuit's constitutional regime. Learn More

Ford v. Parks

  • Legal Brief
  • 02/08/2024

The Ford v. Parks amicus brief was filed in the Supreme Court of Texas on application of the statute of repose in product liability actions. Learn More

Bohr v. Tillamook

  • Legal Brief
  • 12/21/2023

The RLC amicus brief encourages the Supreme Court of Oregon to continue requiring proof of reliance for consumer class actions. Learn More

Fausett v. Walgreens

  • Legal Brief
  • 12/06/2023

The RLC amicus brief explains why allowing no-injury private plaintiffs to bring a FACTA claim violates Article II of the U.S. Constitution. Learn More

Wallrich v. Samsung

  • Legal Brief
  • 11/21/2023

The RLC amicus brief provides the Seventh Circuit with context on ethical considerations arising out of today's mass arbitration techniques. Learn More

Giordano v. Saks

  • Legal Brief
  • 11/03/2023

View the RLC’s brief here. Learn More

Camp v. Home Depot

  • Legal Brief
  • 10/24/2023

View the RLC’s brief here. Learn More

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