“Wittman v. Personhuballah, The Term’s Standing-Law Sleeper”

Asher Steinberg:

In sum, Personhuballah has the potential to remake standing in election law, moving candidates and their lost chances of electoral success to the forefront of districting litigation where they’ve always belonged.  But Personhuballah also has the potential to be a seminal case about appellate standing more generally andprobabilistic injury.  And with Spokeo likely to be affirmed by a divided court, it may be the only big standing decision this term we get.

Share

Comments are closed.