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Conservative Law Firm Is Winning Big at Supreme Court

via Bloomberg Quicktake
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The Supreme Court will hear arguments from the owners of a North Dakota truck stop challenging government-approved debit card fees.

Represented by a small conservative law firm, the case questions a Federal Reserve rule capping fees for merchants.

The firm, Consovoy McCarthy, has gained prominence for its advocacy before the Supreme Court, often putting newer lawyers forward.

Notable cases include challenges to affirmative action in college admissions and student loan relief programs.

The firm’s influence extends to high-profile cases involving Trump and challenges to race considerations in admissions.

“They have represented Trump in several important matters,” David Lat said. “And if he’s elected to a second term, I wouldn’t be surprised to see some of its lawyers join his administration.”

They are currently involved in cases challenging abortion access guidance and a bias response team.

The firm’s approach emphasizes putting newer lawyers before the justices and has been described as having significant influence on the nation’s jurisprudence.

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