Article III Leading Case

United States v. Texas

Vol. 137 No. 1 Executive discretion in federal enforcement proceedings is, perhaps, a distinctly American legal tradition. In the eighteenth century, while private litigants dominated criminal actions in...
Standing Recent Case

Drazen v. Pinto

Eleventh Circuit Holds that Absent Class Members Must Satisfy Article III Standing at the Class Certification Phase for Settlement-Only Class Action.

Vol. 136 No. 3
Standing Leading Case

TransUnion v. Ramirez

Vol. 135 No. 1 To bring a lawsuit in federal court, a plaintiff must have Article III standing. While commentators perceived federal courts as having generally made it...