Cause of Action Institute Files Opening Brief in Appeal for Clinton Emails

Washington, DC – Cause of Action Institute (CoA Institute) and Judicial Watch, Inc. today filed a joint brief with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia arguing that email records from the private server of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton likely exist and have yet to […]

Cause of Action Institute Sues to Stop White House Obstruction of the Freedom of Information Act

Prevent Obama administration and federal agencies from delaying production of documents that the White House considers politically sensitive Washington, DC – Today, Cause of Action Institute (CoA Institute) filed a lawsuit against 11 federal agencies — plus the Office of the White House Counsel (OWHC) and White House Counsel Neil […]

Docket 9357 LabMD Initial Decision

Docket 9357 LabMD Initial Decison – electronic version pursuant to FTC Rule 3 51(c)(2)

Cause of Action’s Amicus Brief in O’Keefe v. Chisholm

Cause of Action filed an Amicus brief in support of Eric O’Keefe and the Wisconsin Club For Growth

Related Documents: IRS Oversight

Proposed Rulemaking FOIA Request and Lawsuit First Amended Complaint (February 20, 2014) First Amended Complaint Exhibits IRS Complaint (February 5, 2013) Lawsuit concerning proposed rulemaking Exhibits FOIA Request to IRS regarding communications with outside groups regarding the Notice of Proposed Rule Making IRS FOIA Request (December 24, 2013) Comment on IRS’s Guidance for […]

Related Documents: Operation Choke Point

United States District Court for the District of Columbia Community Financial Services Association of America v. FDIC Amicus Brief written for the LIBRE Initiative (September 27, 2014) Other Resources U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Oversight and Government Reform Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation’s Involvement in “Operation Choke Point” (December 8, 2014)  The […]

Briefing Book: Federal Trade Commission v LabMD

Read the briefing book: Power-Hungry FTC Bureaucrats: Defending Small Business against Administrative Overreach