Corner Post, Inc. v. Bd. of Governors, Federal Reserve System

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Case Details

  • Case Status: Ongoing
  • Docket Number: 22-1008
  • Category: Regulatory Overreach


Whether a new business can challenge an agency regulation that is more than six years old, if the rule first started affecting the business upon opening.

November 20, 2023

In our amici curiae brief, we argue that multiple federal appellate courts have routinely denied justice on procedural grounds by preventing entrepreneurs and new businesses the ability to challenge agency regulations more than six years old, even if the rule first started affecting them upon opening. In doing so, these courts deny justice by preventing new entities from vindicating their legal rights and we are urging the U.S. Supreme Court to adopt the proper legal reading adopted by the Sixth Circuit, which starts running the statute of limitations from the time a new entity was first “aggrieved.”