Seila Law: Why George Washington University Law School Professor Alan Morrison Argues SCOTUS Should not Rule on the CFPB's Constitutionality
With oral argument just days away, we interview Prof. Morrison who filed an amicus brief urging SCOTUS not to decide whether Dodd-Frank’s limits on the President’s authority to remove the CFPB Director are constitutional and dismiss the case. We examine his arguments that Seila Law has no standing to challenge the limits’ constitutionality and there is no longer a case or controversy that gives a federal court jurisdiction to hear the challenge.
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