The main issue of that case is, of course, off-topic for the blog, and CJLF takes no position on it. Yet the law is a seamless web, and we always watch Supreme Court cases for points that may spill over and have an effect on our cases. Adam Liptak reports for the NYT that the issue of standing may pop up in this case.
Standing is an issue in two of CJLF's current cases, HCRC v. USDoJ and Winchell & Alexander v. Beard. See this post two weeks ago. Liptak's article begins:
The Supreme Court has developed elaborate tests to determine if plaintiffs have standing to sue. But their essence, Justice Antonin Scalia once observed, is a four-word question: "What's it to you?"But a very complex body of law lies beneath that seemingly simple question.
To get into court, it is not enough to be unhappy about something. Only people with a direct stake in a dispute have standing to sue.