Bench Report: Will Amicus Brief Consent Requirement Get Axed? Plus, a Decrease in Federal Filings
A judiciary committee is looking at dropping the requirement that amici seek permission before filing briefs in federal appeals courts, following the U.S. Supreme Court’s move in that direction last year.
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