Carriers — Interstate motor carriers — Commercial trucking company that operates in interstate commerce sued for declaratory and injunctive relief on ground that Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration unfairly targeted it for compliance reviews and used an unsound methodology in doing so — Standing — Injury in fact — Plaintiff failed to establish that it sufferd an injury in fact sufficient to confer standing to sue; therefore, appellate court lacked subject matter jurisdiction to consider carrier’s claims and district court correctly dismissed its complaint — The injury that carrier asserts, designation as a “High Risk” carrier, subject to an increased likelihood of compliance reviews, is neither “concrete” nor “imminent,” but rather “conjectural” and “hypothetical” — Because plaintiff has shown neither concreteness nor imminence, it has failed to establish that it suffered cognizable injury in fact
27 Fla. L. Weekly Fed. C1959a
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