Chamber Litigation Center
Fighting for business in the courts
Founded in 1977, the U.S. Chamber Litigation Center fights for business at every level of the U.S. judicial system, on virtually every issue affecting business, including class actions and arbitration, labor and employment, energy and environment, securities and corporate governance, financial regulation, free speech, preemption, government contracts, and criminal law.
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The SEC’s Stock Buyback Rule will hurt investors, including millions of retirement savers.
The Supreme Court handed the business community a major victory in Axon v. FTC, a case that raised the question of whether a defendant can challenge the constitutionality of the FTC’s structure directly in federal district court without first wading through the cumbersome administrative processes.
This Comment letter was transmitted to the Enviromental Protection Agency and Department of Justice, on the agencies' approaches to resolution of liability issues under the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act.
This letter for the record was sent to Members of the House Committee on Small Business on the rule that defines "waters of the United States" (WOTUS).
FTC response to Chamber FOIA request for all records between the FTC and the European Commission or other foreign jurisdictions related to the Illumina-Grail transaction.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce will fight in court to hold the FTC accountable to the rule of law.
The U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments on January 10 in a case addressing the question of whether the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) preempts a state tort claim against a labor union for intentionally destroying an employer’s property during such a dispute.