D.C. Circuit Rejects Seneca Member’s Challenge to PACT Act as Moot

Here is the opinion in Gordon v. Lynch.

An excerpt:

Since Gordon faces only a remote risk of federal prosecution or civil penalties, and any further merits decision would not shield him from the effects of possible state or local lawsuits, the case is moot. We affirm the district court’s vacatur of the preliminary injunction for lack of jurisdiction, and we therefore do not reach the district court’s further conclusion that the case is prudentially moot.

Prior posts here and here.

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