- NFIB to Silver: You Want Better Schools, Reform Scaffold.
- NFIB Legal Center Submits Hard-Ball Questions to IRS Over Affordable Care Act Regulations
- NFIB Legal Center Dissents in Sarbanes-Oxley Case
- ‘Circuit breaker’ won’t fix New York’s property tax problem
- Should Antitrust Laws Apply to State and Local Governments Engaged in Anticompetitive Market Conduct?
Tag Archives: Supreme Court
Karen Harned, NFIB Legal Center’s Executive Director, had a great op-ed today in The Daily Caller, explaining Lawson v. FMR. The case asks whether whistle blower protections in the Sarbanes-Oxley Act are available to employees of non-publically traded companies. As … Continue reading
There are few greater places to celebrate July Fourth than Washington, D.C. The fireworks, parades and displays of historic documents attract huge crowds who brave stifling heat and humidity to refresh their patriotic zeal. Unfortunately, many who could benefit by … Continue reading
Today the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the federal government cannot force a small farmer to give them their raisin crop. Yes, you heard right, that wasn’t a misquote. The case concerns a 1937 law that requires raisin processors to … Continue reading
What ever happened to common sense? It seems we find ourselves asking this question these days with all of the madness in Washington. But the good news is that there is at least some sense left in the Supreme Court, … Continue reading
Without a doubt, yesterday was not the outcome NFIB hoped for. While there is disappointment, the staunch advocacy for our members has never been stronger and continues. I believe that there are no greater people than those that were bitten … Continue reading
The Supreme Court has made the tragic decision to uphold the health-care law, including the individual mandate that will require every American to purchase health insurance whether they want it or need it. And while it is devastating to lose … Continue reading
At any moment, the U.S. Supreme Court is expected to decide on NFIB’s lawsuit contesting President Obama’s foolhardy health reform plan. We have no doubt that it violates the Constitution and believe a majority of justices will agree. Trampling on … Continue reading