So now they're busy in Europe.
Of course, deciding that their new power grab doesn't need judicial review is just so that they can be more flexible:
"We also want to keep the Parliament more flexible in the coming months when it will hold its political discussion and assess whether ACTA is the right tool to solve the problems it was created to solve, without creating new ones. If Parliament refers ACTA to the court, then it can no longer vote on it," Caspery said."
Because big government is very interested in remaining flexible and accountable to the people.