Erik Jaffe weighs in on National Pork Producers Council v. Ross in an article for The American Spectator. His opinion can be read below.
Amicus Brief Filed Supporting National Pork Producers Council & American Farm Bureau Federation v. Karen Ross
Erik Jaffe, Gene Schaerr and Joshua Prince have filed an amicus brief in National Pork Producers Council & American Farm Bureau Federation v. Karen Ross, et al.
While being interviewed for the Pacific Research Institute's (PRI) Next Round podcast, Erik Jaffe, PRI adjunct fellow in legal studies and one of the nation's top constitutional lawyers, weighed in on the Supreme Court leak and previewed other major cases expected to be decided in the coming weeks.
A Florida judge has struck down the federal mask mandate on airplanes and public transportation, a victory for similar lawsuits pending in other states, including one in Texas involving Schaerr l Jaffe attorneys. On Monday, U.S. District Judge Kathryn Kimball Mizelle of the Middle District of Fl...
Elizabeth Wolstein, an experienced advocate who focuses on high-stakes government and business litigation, will officially join the Schaerr l Jaffe team as a partner on Friday, March 25.
Mark Paoletta, Partner at Schaerr | Jaffe LLP, released a letter urging Congress to investigate the FBI's raid of his client Project Veritas, a non-profit news organization. "Protecting the First Amendment and a free press should be a bi-partisan priority," Mr. Paoletta notes in the letter. Full...
Statement on Fifth Circuit Reversal of District Court Denial of Preliminary Injunction in Sambrano v. United Airlines
Statement from Mark Paoletta, Counsel for plaintiffs: We are pleased that the Fifth Circuit recognized the substantial and irreparable harm that United's unlawful actions are causing its employees. We look forward to continuing to vindicate the rights of United employees with religious or medic...
Veteran Mayer Brown attorney Donald Falk has joined Schaerr l Jaffe as a partner, expanding the firm's coverage to the west coast.
A recent Axios article written by Lachlan Markay highlights lobbying efforts Schaerr l Jaffe attorneys have been taking on behalf of airline employees opposed to COVID-19 mandates. "It isn't a partisan issue to us," Mark Paoletta told Axios during an interview. "When they went up on the Hill, i...
Below is a statement from Mark Paoletta, partner at Schaerr-Jaffe LLP, who is representing the plaintiffs, on Court denying Plaintiffs’ Motion for Preliminary Injunction in Sambrano et al v. United Airlines, Inc.
Attorneys with Schaerr l Jaffe were guest speakers at The Gray Center and The Heritage Foundation's Daytime Symposium on Justice Clarence Thomas's 30-year legacy on the Court, filmed on October 21, 2021.
On October 15, 2021, Chris Bartolomucci spoke on “Signing Statements and Executive Orders” as part of a Washington University/Brookings Institution course for federal officials on Legislation & Regulation.
Attorneys from Schaerr | Jaffe LLP in Washington, DC, filed a class-action lawsuit in the Eastern District of Tennessee on Tuesday challenging UT-Battelle's discriminatory actions stemming from the company's refusal to grant any reasonable religious or medical accommodations from its COVID-19 vac...
Statement on United Airlines' Postponement of Company’s Vaccine Mandate For Those Seeking Religious and Medical Accommodations
United Airlines postpones its "heartless and unlawful" vaccine mandate.
Statement from Attorneys Representing Plaintiffs in United Airlines COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate Exemptions Case
Statement from Mark Paoletta, a partner at Schaerr|Jaffe LLP, and John Sullivan, a partner at S/L Law, who are representing the plaintiffs seeking religious and medical exemptions to United Airlines' COVID-19 vaccine mandate: We filed this lawsuit to protect the rights of honest, hardworking Un...
Schaerr|Jaffe attorneys file class against United Airlines for refusing to grant religious or medical accommodations to its COVID-19 vaccine mandate
United employees seek reasonable religious and medical accommodations.
Three attorneys with Schaerr l Jaffe will be guest speakers at the Heritage Foundation's Law Symposium about Justice Clarence Thomas' 30-year legacy on the U.S. Supreme Court.
The U.S. Supreme Court brief of Historians in NCAA v. Alston, drafted by Schaerr l Jaffe attorney Erik Jaffe, was one of two selected for the Education Law Association's Gus Steinhilber Award for Best Legal Brief of the Year.
Breitbart News: 'Powerhouse' Law Firm Asks Judge to Dismiss DOJ Election Integrity Lawsuit Against Georgia
Schaerr l Jaffe LLP was mentioned in a news article published in Breitbart News on Thursday, July 29th regarding its work for the state of Georgia's Election Integrity Act (SB 202). Schaerr l Jaffe attorneys Gene Schaerr, Erik Jaffe and Chris Bartolomucci are assisting Georgia in asking a federa...
Schaerr l Jaffe attorney Sohan Dasgupta discussed the national security implications 5G technology has on national security at Panama's 18th Parliamentary Intelligence Forum.
In a recent podcast with the Federalist Society, founding partner Erik Jaffe discussed the U.S. Supreme Court's decision in Americans for Prosperity Foundation (AFP) v. Bonta, a case challenging California's requirement that requires non-profit organizations to disclose the identity of their dono...
In its unanimous decision favoring compensation for NCAA athletes, the U.S. Supreme Court cited an amicus brief filed on behalf of historians by Schaerr l Jaffe attorneys Erik Jaffe, Gene Schaerr, and Joshua Prince.
Schaerr l Jaffe partner Erik Jaffe sat down with the Pacific Research Institute's podcast to discuss major U.S. Supreme Court cases this session and the constitutional issues in question, from Obamacare to the First Amendment. Erik also discusses what he thinks of Pres. Biden’s bipartisan commission on Supreme Court reforms.
Listen: Erik Jaffe Discusses Americans for Prosperity Foundation v. Becerra and Thomas More Law Center v. Becerra in Podcast
On April 26, 2021, the US Supreme Court heard oral arguments in the consolidated cases of Americans for Prosperity Foundation v. Becerra and Thomas More Law Center v. Becerra.
Mark Paoletta, a partner at Schaerr l Jaffe, testified at The House Budget Committee on a hearing considering changes to the Impoundment Control Act on Thursday, April 29, 2021.