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Powell, et al. v. United States Securities and Exchange Commission
as 24-1899
Petitioner: THOMAS JOSEPH POWELL, BARRY D. ROMERIL, CHRISTOPHER A. NOVINGER and others
Respondent: UNITED STATES SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION
New Civil Liberties Alliance et al v. U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
as 3:2024cv00042
Plaintiff: New Civil Liberties Alliance, Investor Choice Advocates Network, Patriot 28 LLC and others
Defendant: U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
Cause Of Action: 05 U.S.C. § 552 Freedom of Information Act
New Civil Liberties Alliance et al v. U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
as 3:2023cv00402
Plaintiff: New Civil Liberties Alliance, Investor Choice Advocates Network, Patriot 28 LLC and others
Defendant: U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
Cause Of Action: 05 U.S.C. § 552 Freedom of Information Act
Johnson, et al v. Smith
as 23-3091
Plaintiff / Appellant: SCOTT JOHNSON, HARLENE HOYT and COVEY FIND KENNEL, LLC
Defendant / Appellee: JUSTIN SMITH, D.V.M., in his official capacity as Animal Health Commissioner at the Kansas Department of Agriculture
Amicus Curiae: THE BUCKEYE INSTITUTE, PACIFIC LEGAL FOUNDATION and NEW CIVIL LIBERTIES ALLIANCE
Michael Couris, et al v. Kristina Lawson, et al
as 23-55069
Plaintiff / Appellant: MICHAEL COURIS and MICHAEL FITZGIBBONS
Defendant / Appellee: KRISTINA D. LAWSON, in her official capacity as President of the Medical Board of California, WILLIAM J. PRASIFKA, in his official capacity as Executive Director of the Medical Board of California and ROB BONTA, in his official capacity as Attorney General of California
Intervenor: LETRINH HOANG, D.O., PHYSICIANS FOR INFORMED CONSENT, a not for-profit organization and CHILDREN'S HEALTH DEFENSE, CALIFORNIA CHAPTER, a California Nonprofit Corporation
Amicus Curiae: INSTITUTE FOR JUSTICE, COMPASSION & CHOICES, ACLU FOUNDATION OF NORTHERN CALIFORNIA and others
Clarke v. CFTR
as 22-51124
Plaintiff / Appellant: Kevin Clarke, Trevor Boeckmann, Harry Crane and others
Defendant / Appellee: Commodity Futures Trading Commission
Amicus Curiae: Institute for Justice and New Civil Liberties Alliance
Mark McDonald, et al v. Kristina Lawson, et al
as 22-56220
Plaintiff / Appellant: MARK MCDONALD and JEFF BARKE
Defendant / Appellee: KRISTINA D. LAWSON, in her official capacity as President of the Medical Board of California, RANDY W. HAWKINS, in his official capacity as Vice President of the Medical Board of California, LAURIE ROSE LUBIANO, in her official capacity as Secretary of the Medical Board of California and others
Intervenor: LETRINH HOANG, D.O., PHYSICIANS FOR INFORMED CONSENT, a not for-profit organization and CHILDREN'S HEALTH DEFENSE, CALIFORNIA CHAPTER, a California Nonprofit Corporation
Amicus Curiae: INSTITUTE FOR JUSTICE, COMPASSION & CHOICES, ACLU FOUNDATION OF NORTHERN CALIFORNIA and others
NEW CIVIL LIBERTIES ALLIANCE v. SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION
as 1:2022cv03567
Plaintiff: NEW CIVIL LIBERTIES ALLIANCE
Defendant: SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION
Cause Of Action: 05 U.S.C. § 552 Freedom of Information Act
State of Nebraska, et al v. Joseph Biden, Jr., et al We have downloadable decisions or orders for this case
as 22-3179
Plaintiff / Appellant: State of Nebraska, State of Missouri, State of Arkansas and others
Defendant / Appellee: Joseph R. Biden, Jr., in his official capacity as the President of the United States of America, Miguel Cardona, in his official capacity as Secretary, United States Department of Education and United States Department of Education
Appellant: Hamilton Lincoln Law Institute, Americans for Prosperity Foundation and New Civil Liberties Alliance
NEW CIVIL LIBERTIES ALLIANCE v. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES
as 1:2022cv02188
Plaintiff: NEW CIVIL LIBERTIES ALLIANCE
Defendant: DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES
Cause Of Action: 05 U.S.C. § 552 Freedom of Information Act

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