AFL v. FEC

This case is currently being litigated.

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Jackson, et al. v. Biden, et al. (Taylor Force Act)

Following the government’s motion to dismiss, AFL asked the court to allow discovery on the issue of the court’s jurisdiction to hear the case. Following Hamas’s attacks on Israel, which began on October 7, 2023, the district court granted AFL’s motion to conduct limited discovery.

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Blessed Cajuns v. Guzman

AFL WIN. AFL obtained a preliminary injunction in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas to stop race-based prioritization of access to COVID-19 relief funds for American restaurant owners. Most of AFL’s clients were able to obtain relief from the program before the funding pool was exhausted.

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Solomon v. Garland, et al.

This case is currently being litigated in the district court.

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AFL v. Kerner

AFL obtained a partial win at the district court level, but is appealing the decision to the Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit to obtain a full victory.

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AFL, et al. v. Cardona, et al.

AFL WIN. After AFL sued and pinned the Department of Education into a corner, the Department of Education announced that it would disband the illegal Council.

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Braidwood Management v. Becerra

The District Court agreed with AFL’s claims that the PSTF violated the Appointments Clause and vacated all of its actions since 2010. The case is now on appeal at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit.

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Spicer v. Biden

The case was dismissed by the District Court. While on appeal, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit ruled, in a parallel case (Severino v. Biden, et al.), that a presidential appointee in a similar position was removable at will by the President. The parties to our case agreed to dismiss the appeal. […]

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Neese v. Becerra

On November 22, 2022, the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas issued a final judgment in AFL’s clients’ favor. It held unlawful and set aside HHS’s edict. As a result, it is not currently in effect, and doctors across America will not be forced to provide these services because of the HHS […]

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Texas, et al. v. HHS, et al. (WHO case)

The case was dismissed for lack of standing on August 18, 2023.

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Vierbuchen v. Biden

The proceedings in Wyoming remained stayed for a majority of the case while the litigation in Texas moved through the court system. Ultimately, AFL’s position prevailed in the Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, upholding a nationwide injunction barring the enforcement of the mandate, which led the Administration to reverse course and end the […]

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Payne v. Biden

While AFL technically lost at the district and circuit level, AFL’s case theory prevailed at the Fifth Circuit en banc stage, which led the Administration to reverse course and end the vaccine mandate. Thus, AFL’s client prevailed and retained his career without having to get the injection. AFL has also asked the Supreme Court to […]

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Miller v. Vilsack – Biden Administration Farm Loan Forgiveness Program

AFL WIN. The Biden Administration did not appeal the preliminary injunction. But because of the class-wide preliminary injunction and the fact that the Biden Administration had no viable path forward because of our lawsuit, President Biden and his allies in Congress were forced to repeal the program through legislation.

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