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Administrative & Constitutional Law

Trials and appeals under the Administrative Procedure Act against the United States or one of its federal agencies challenging statutes, regulations, or final decisions on the grounds that they are:

  • Arbitrary, capricious or an abuse of discretion,
  • Not in accordance with law, or 
  • Unconstitutional

See Madden, Jerry, "Look before You Leap! Suing the United States: A Lawyer's Guide to Injunctive and Declaratory Relief," Federal Lawyer Magazine (Dec. 2017) (Read the Article Suing The U.S. PDF)

  • Trials and appeals under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) (access to information in the possession of the United States or one of its federal agencies)
  • Trials and appeals under federal agency housekeeping regulations (Touhy v. Regan, 340 U.S. 462 (1951)) (access to information in the possession of the United States or one of its federal agencies in connection with a suit between private parties)
  • Trials and appeals against the United States or one of its federal agencies under numerous federal consumer protections statutes.

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