We can expect an appeal of the “court ruling on Wednesday that dismissed a case seeking to do away with the so-called “LLC loophole” in election law.
That’s according to Lawrence Norden, deputy director of the Brennan Center for Justice’s Democracy Program. The Brennan Center, which is part of New York University Law School, is the lead plaintiff in the case.
“We still have to discuss it with our all clients, but we believe there is a good chance on appeal,” Norden said via phone. Norden said that the Brennan Center and a law firm that’s also a party in the case, Emery, Celli and Brinckerhoff, are “raring to go.” Other supporting parties seeking to do with the LLC loophole include SUNY New Paltz Prof. Gerald Benjamin, and three New York City Democrats.”
Read more in Chris Bragg’s coverage.