IN RE: Donald J. TRUMP, President of the United States of America, in his official capacity and in his individual capacity Petitioner Professor Clark D. Cunningham; Professor Jesse Egbert Amici Curiae Scholar Seth Barrett Tillman; Judicial Education Project Amici Supporting Petitioner Former National Security Officials; Commonwealth of Virginia; The Niskanen Center; Republican Women for Progress; Cheri Jacobus; Tom Coleman; Emil H. Frankel; Joel Searby; Administrative Law, Constitutional Law, and Federal Courts Scholars; Certain Legal Historians Amici Supporting Respondents
Decided: October 15, 2019
Mark R. Freeman, Hashim M. Mooppan, Michael Raab, Joshua Revesz, Martin V. Totaro, U.S. Department of Justice, Civil Division, Appellate Section, Washington, DC, Joseph H. Hunt, U.S. Department of Justice, Civil Division, Ben Franklin Station, Washington, DC, for Petitioner Craig Thomas Merritt, Christian & Barton, LLP, Richmond, VA, for Amici Curiae Professor Clark D. Cunningham, Professor Jesse Egbert Jan I. Berlage, Gohn Hankey & Berlage LLP, Baltimore, MD, Josh Blackman, Houston, TX, Robert William Ray, Thompson & Knight LLP, New York, NY, for Amicus Supporting Petitioner Scholar Seth Barrett Tillman Jan I. Berlage, Gohn Hankey & Berlage LLP, Baltimore, MD, Carrie Serverino, Judicial Education Project, Washington, DC, for Amicus Supporting Petitioner Judicial Education Project Harold Hongju Koh, Yale Law School, New Haven, CT, Phillip Michael Spector, Messing & Spector LLP, Baltimore, MD, for Amicus Supporting Respondent Former National Security Officials Mark Rankin Herring, Attorney General, Toby Jay Heytens, Michelle Shane Kallen, Office of the Attorney General of Virginia, Richmond, VA, Brittany Marie Jones, Jones Day, Washington, DC, for Amicus Supporting Respondent Commonwealth of Virginia Devin M. Misour, Brian T. Phelps, Colin E. Wrabley, Reed Smith, LLP, Pittsburgh, PA, M. Patrick Yingling, Reed Smith, LLP, Chicago, IL, for Amicus Supporting Respondents The Niskanen Center, Republican Women for Progress, Cheri Jacobus, Tom Coleman, Emil H. Frankel, Joel Searby Regina Kline, Anthony Jovi May, Jean Mary Zachariasiewicz, Brown Goldstein & Levy, LLP, Baltimore, MD, for Amicus Supporting Respondent Administrative Law, Constitutional Law, and Federal Courts Scholars Eric Leon Cramer, Esq., Candace J. Enders, H. Laddie Montague, Berger & Montague, PC, Philadelphia, PA, Erica C. Lai, Melissa H. Maxman, Cohen & Gresser LLP, Washington, DC, Loren Linn AliKhan, Solicitor General, Stephanie E. Litos, Karl Anthony Racine, Attorney General, Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia, Office of the Solicitor General, Washington, DC, Laura C. Beckerman, Norman L. Eisen, Stuart Craig McPhail, Citizens for Responsibility & Ethics in Washington, Washington, DC, Deepak Gupta, Joshua Adam Matz, Daniel Townsend, Gupta Wessler PLLC, Washington, DC, Joseph M. Sellers, Cohen Milstein Sellers & Toll, PLLC, Washington, DC, Christine Elizabeth Webber, Washington, DC, Brian E. Frosh, Esq., Attorney General, Steven Marshall Sullivan, Assistant Attorney General, Leah J. Tulin, Office of the Attorney General of Maryland, Baltimore, MD, for Amicus Supporting Respondent Certain Legal Historians
A majority of judges in regular active service and not disqualified having voted in a requested poll of the court to grant the petition for rehearing en banc,
IT IS ORDERED that rehearing en banc is granted.
The parties and any amici curiae shall file 15 additional paper copies of their briefs and appendices previously filed in this case within 10 days.
This case is scheduled for oral argument on Thursday, December 12, 2019, in Richmond, Virginia.
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