Cause of Action Institute at D.C.’s 2019 Small Business Expo

Yesterday, Cause of Action Institute (CoA Institute) joined hundreds of small business owners and entrepreneurs at the 2019 Small Business Expo in Washington D.C. CoA Institute has long been an advocate for protecting the economic rights and freedoms of small businesses, and connecting with stakeholders at this event proved this […]

Auto-Tariff Investigation Sets Dangerous Anti-Transparency Precedent

Tariffs are often used as a costly tool that economically harms American consumers and business. These protectionist policies often invite turmoil and government overreach, and the tariffs proposed and implemented by the Trump Administration have been no different. In fact, with each round of proposed tariffs, it seems that the […]

CoA Institute Files Amicus Brief in FTC v. AMG Capital Management

On March 14, 2019, Cause of Action Institute (CoA Institute) filed an amicus brief in the Ninth Circuit in support of an en banc petition to rehear a three-judge panel ruling for the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) in FTC v. AMG Capital Management, LLC, et al., No. 16-17197. This case […]

CoA Institute Presents Winning Research Paper at 2019 National Freedom of Information Coalition Summit

On Friday, April 12, Cause of Action Institute (CoA Institute) Counsel Ryan Mulvey joined a panel at the National Freedom of Information Coalition’s (NFOIC) 2019 Annual Freedom of Information (FOI) Summit in Dallas, Texas to present a winning research paper co-authored by Mulvey and CoA Counsel and Senior Policy Advisor […]

McDonough v. Smith: Why SCOTUS Should Revisit the Statute of Limitations for Fabrication of Evidence

By the time Annie Dookhan was finally caught in 2012, she had been falsifying drug test results at a state crime laboratory in Massachusetts for several years. The rogue chemist had managed a productivity rate 500% higher than her peers by not actually running tests at all, and her misconduct […]

Recap: Cause of Action Institute at Seafood Expo North America 2019

Earlier this month, Cause of Action Institute joined more than 20,000 members of the fishing industry from across the globe at the 2019 Seafood Expo North America in Boston. For years, Cause of Action has monitored and brought legal challenges against the overregulation of our nation’s fisheries and its negative […]

Wisconsin’s Foxconn Deal Illustrates the Dangers of Corporate Welfare

Corporate welfare undermines the economic liberties of individuals, entrepreneurs and innovators by creating a two-tiered society where the government creates a special set of rules and benefits for favored companies. Recently released documents obtained from a Wisconsin Public Records Request reveal that while many of Foxconn’s tax incentives are tied […]