Once they lose the case (assuming the already established legal precedent holds up) they'll have to pay the ESA's legal fees.
They could, but it's not a certainty.
If a law is found to be unconstitutional I'd imagine there's some way for those affected by the law before it was deamed unconstitutional to get their money back (+ grievances, I'd assume).
No, the law is law unless/until it is overturned by the court or repealed by the legislature. There are no refunds. This is not like an unlawful tax which gets repealed.This comment was edited on Sep 14, 22:15.