Case Summary Citation
Bullock v. United States Bureau of Land Mgmt., No. 4:20-cv-00062-BMM, 2020 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 177029 (D. Mont. Sept. 25, 2020).
A Montana District Court ruled that William Perry Pendley unlawfully served as the Director of BLM for 424 days and cast doubt on the legality of many BLM decisions made during that period. The ruling took a stronger stand against the Trump administration’s liberal and brash use of acting appointees than other, similar cases have.
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