‘Friend’ briefs admitted in trade suit
of Canadian filings a surprise.
— Arguments slated July 13.
The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals last week accepted a large number of
amicus curiae briefs—also known as “friend of the court”
briefs—in the appeal of an approved preliminary injunction banning
the reopening of the U.S. border to Canadian live cattle. The court was
also asked to reexamine an earlie...
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