Welcome and Aloha!
These documents are intended to inform the general public regarding a lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court of Guam that seeks the enforcement of election laws. Specifically the suit is targeted at those that:
Made, received, or benefited from excessive and/or prohibited individual campaign contributions.
For short, the suit is simply called the "super PAC lawsuit".
Oh, I see a hand. You might be party?
Okay, if anyone here believes they might be a party, read the Notice carefully. Coordinate with your class counsel. If you don't have one yet, work with others to get one really soon.
Another hand. Yes, you in the dark suit in the back.
By all means! You can file an appearance to become a class counsel. However, please do so ASAP. The next hearing is June 18th, 2012 and we must mutually meet well before then for pre-trial documents we need to file. It is up to you to file your notice of appearance and gain Court approval to represent the class.
301 Pre-trial motions
302 Summary judgment
304 Court rulings
305 Settlement offers
401 Civil fines and payment
402 Criminal court
403 Criminal court trial
404 Criminal court rulings
405 Settlement offers
501 U.S. Supreme Court appeals.
Case number: 12-CV-00004
Date filed: March 19, 2012
Plaintiff: Philip B. Maise proposed Plaintiff and Citizen Attorney General of the United States acting on the behalf of the U.S. Federal Election Commission (Plaintiff).
Defendants: “Political Action Committees-Class I, et al.”
Suggested PACER search: Maise,Philip
Court phone: (617) 473-9100.
Court date and time: The Court is across the international date line and 10 hours ahead of eastern time.
Philip B. Maise
Supplemental memo in support
Notice to Defendants of suit and advisory to secure class counsel for defense.
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