NOTES:

This post is an unedited, cut-and-paste of an email exchange that happened today.

It doesn’t provide background, or link to more than a couple of related Bailiwick posts and case documents for Jackson v. Pfizer, Bridges v. Houston Methodist Hospital, other Covid-era federal cases and my work developing responsive legal strategies (i.e. “dual-use government officials of concern” strategies) due to my decision to not spend time today tracking down and embedding more links and contextualizing passages.

As a result, this post is mostly useful for readers who already have a handle on key Covid litigation, prior Bailiwick coverage and general legal strategy principles.

The email thread started with a reader sending me a link to this case, [Roberts v. Shriner, Inslee] filed Oct. 13, 2023, noting “challenges constitutionality of PREP. Maybe interesting.”

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