Developer Won't Oust Popular Gym

by Timothy Sandefur Congratulations to our friends at the Castle Coalition, who have succeeded in saving the Community Youth Athletic Center in National City from being demolished as part of … ›

Sneak Attack on Property Rights Fails

by Timothy Sandefur Jon Coupal of the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association, has an article here explaining how recent claims that the eminent domain reform ballot initiative that they've put forward … ›

Memories Shouldn't Erode Private Property Rights

The East Valley Tribune in Phoenix, Arizona, has this editorial on Proposition 207 and historic preservation districts. The Pacific Legal Foundation is already representing several property owners whose rights are … ›

Excellent Eminent Domain Decision from Washington State

by Timothy Sandefur The Washington State Court of Appeals issued a decision today in Cowlitz County v. Martin, holding that the state had not specifically authorized counties to condemn private … ›

PLF Attorney at Point of Law

Our colleague, Deborah La Fetra, is guest-blogging at Point of Law, about some of PLF's cases that don't involve eminent domain. Check it out!

Condemnation on The Cheap?

Tom Caso has this post about a recent California eminent domain decision, over at his new blog, The Opening Brief.

Purposely Vague

by Timothy Sandefur Our friends at the Coalition for Property Rights have a very good point here: Today, CPR will narrowly tailor the focus of our e-newsletter to address one … ›

Fred Thompson on Eminent Domain

Presidential candidate Fred Thompson has these comments on eminent domain.

Ilya Somin on Wilkie v. Robbins

by Timothy Sandefur The Legal Times has an article by our friend Prof. Ilya Somin regarding the Wilkie v. Robbins case. More also at VC.

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Developer Won't Oust Popular Gym

by Timothy Sandefur Congratulations to our friends at the Castle Coalition, who have succeeded in saving the Community Youth Athletic Center in National City from being demolished as part of … ›

Sneak Attack on Property Rights Fails

by Timothy Sandefur Jon Coupal of the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association, has an article here explaining how recent claims that the eminent domain reform ballot initiative that they've put forward … ›

Memories Shouldn't Erode Private Property Rights

The East Valley Tribune in Phoenix, Arizona, has this editorial on Proposition 207 and historic preservation districts. The Pacific Legal Foundation is already representing several property owners whose rights are … ›

Excellent Eminent Domain Decision from Washington State

by Timothy Sandefur The Washington State Court of Appeals issued a decision today in Cowlitz County v. Martin, holding that the state had not specifically authorized counties to condemn private … ›

PLF Attorney at Point of Law

Our colleague, Deborah La Fetra, is guest-blogging at Point of Law, about some of PLF's cases that don't involve eminent domain. Check it out!

Condemnation on The Cheap?

Tom Caso has this post about a recent California eminent domain decision, over at his new blog, The Opening Brief.

Purposely Vague

by Timothy Sandefur Our friends at the Coalition for Property Rights have a very good point here: Today, CPR will narrowly tailor the focus of our e-newsletter to address one … ›

Fred Thompson on Eminent Domain

Presidential candidate Fred Thompson has these comments on eminent domain.

Ilya Somin on Wilkie v. Robbins

by Timothy Sandefur The Legal Times has an article by our friend Prof. Ilya Somin regarding the Wilkie v. Robbins case. More also at VC.

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Developer Won't Oust Popular Gym

by Timothy Sandefur Congratulations to our friends at the Castle Coalition, who have succeeded in saving the Community Youth Athletic Center in National City from being demolished as part of … ›

Sneak Attack on Property Rights Fails

by Timothy Sandefur Jon Coupal of the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association, has an article here explaining how recent claims that the eminent domain reform ballot initiative that they've put forward … ›

Memories Shouldn't Erode Private Property Rights

The East Valley Tribune in Phoenix, Arizona, has this editorial on Proposition 207 and historic preservation districts. The Pacific Legal Foundation is already representing several property owners whose rights are … ›

Excellent Eminent Domain Decision from Washington State

by Timothy Sandefur The Washington State Court of Appeals issued a decision today in Cowlitz County v. Martin, holding that the state had not specifically authorized counties to condemn private … ›

PLF Attorney at Point of Law

Our colleague, Deborah La Fetra, is guest-blogging at Point of Law, about some of PLF's cases that don't involve eminent domain. Check it out!

Condemnation on The Cheap?

Tom Caso has this post about a recent California eminent domain decision, over at his new blog, The Opening Brief.

Purposely Vague

by Timothy Sandefur Our friends at the Coalition for Property Rights have a very good point here: Today, CPR will narrowly tailor the focus of our e-newsletter to address one … ›

Fred Thompson on Eminent Domain

Presidential candidate Fred Thompson has these comments on eminent domain.

Ilya Somin on Wilkie v. Robbins

by Timothy Sandefur The Legal Times has an article by our friend Prof. Ilya Somin regarding the Wilkie v. Robbins case. More also at VC.

Developer Won't Oust Popular Gym

by Timothy Sandefur Congratulations to our friends at the Castle Coalition, who have succeeded in saving the Community Youth Athletic Center in National City from being demolished as part of … ›

Sneak Attack on Property Rights Fails

by Timothy Sandefur Jon Coupal of the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association, has an article here explaining how recent claims that the eminent domain reform ballot initiative that they've put forward … ›

Memories Shouldn't Erode Private Property Rights

The East Valley Tribune in Phoenix, Arizona, has this editorial on Proposition 207 and historic preservation districts. The Pacific Legal Foundation is already representing several property owners whose rights are … ›

Excellent Eminent Domain Decision from Washington State

by Timothy Sandefur The Washington State Court of Appeals issued a decision today in Cowlitz County v. Martin, holding that the state had not specifically authorized counties to condemn private … ›

PLF Attorney at Point of Law

Our colleague, Deborah La Fetra, is guest-blogging at Point of Law, about some of PLF's cases that don't involve eminent domain. Check it out!

Condemnation on The Cheap?

Tom Caso has this post about a recent California eminent domain decision, over at his new blog, The Opening Brief.

Purposely Vague

by Timothy Sandefur Our friends at the Coalition for Property Rights have a very good point here: Today, CPR will narrowly tailor the focus of our e-newsletter to address one … ›

Fred Thompson on Eminent Domain

Presidential candidate Fred Thompson has these comments on eminent domain.

Ilya Somin on Wilkie v. Robbins

by Timothy Sandefur The Legal Times has an article by our friend Prof. Ilya Somin regarding the Wilkie v. Robbins case. More also at VC.