CW discusses Supreme Court's mootness jurisprudence in the Daily Journal
The No Fly List is a classified federal database of thousands of U.S. citizens who are prohibited from boarding commercial flights in U.S. airspace. This term, the Supreme Court will hear a case brought by an individual who was removed from the No Fly List after filing suit against the government, which resulted in the trial court dismissing his suit as moot. As CW partner Alyssa Bell and associate Cristopher Santos recently discussed in the Daily Journal, this case will require the Supreme Court to revisit its mootness jurisprudence in considering the government’s ability to moot such suits by voluntarily removing plaintiffs from the list during litigation. For further reading, click here.