DC Circuit Denies ACA Petition for Stay

On September 14, 2020, the District of Columbia Circuit Court of Appeals denied the American Carrier Association’s (“ACA”) emergency petition for a writ of mandamus.  In the very brief order, the Court found that the petition must be denied because ACA had failed to meet the requirements for a writ of mandamus under the All Writs Act.  Specifically, the Court concluded that ACA had failed to demonstrate both a likelihood of success on the merits and cognizable harm that is actual and imminent.

 

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