My Commonwealth Club talk about The Right to Earn A Living

Author: Timothy Sandefur On Monday, I spoke to the Commonwealth Club in San Francisco about economic liberty and the law. They've posted the video of the talk on YouTube. The … ›

Illinois Supreme Court agrees with PLF—limits class action lawsuit abuse

Author: Timothy Sandefur The Supreme Court of Illinois issued a decision a few days ago in Barber v. American Airlines, agreeing with PLF’s friend of the court brief and overruling … ›

Government by scientists?

Author:  Damien M. Schiff NRDC's Switchboard blog carried yesterday a story on a letter signed by some 1300 scientists to the US Senate, urging that body not to meddle with … ›

Death Grip: Loosening the Law’s Stranglehold over Economic Liberty

Author: Timothy Sandefur My friend Clint Bolick has just published his new book, Death Grip: Loosening The Law’s Stranglehold Over Economic Liberty, with the Hoover Institution. It looks like a … ›

Judge Wanger deems salmon TRO and prelim. injunction motions to have been withdrawn

Author: Brandon Middleton There will no injunction issued in the immediate future in the salmon biological opinion litigation.  Judge Wanger issued the following order this afternoon: Based on the parties’ … ›

How the Nanny State killed Mothering magazine

Author: Timothy Sandefur Burdensome new regulations on toy makers have helped kill Mothering magazine after 35 years of publication. (Courtesy of Overlawyered.com, which if you aren’t already reading, you should.)

Jerry Brown’s redevelopment plans

Author: Timothy Sandefur I was on Northern California’s Armstrong & Getty show again this morning to talk about Jerry Brown’s attempt to rein in the state’s 400+ redevelopment agencies—the government … ›

When will the South Mississippi Delta get congressionally promised flood relief?

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Earlier this week, a federal court in Mississippi upheld the Environmental Protection Agency's veto of a much-needed flood control project in the Mississippi South Delta. Attorneys … ›

Debate on the constitutionality of Obamacare

Author: Timothy Sandefur I’ll be debating Prof. Leslie Jacobs on the constitutionality of the Individual Mandate on April 13 at noon at the Sutter Club in downtown Sacramento. Tickets are … ›

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My Commonwealth Club talk about The Right to Earn A Living

Author: Timothy Sandefur On Monday, I spoke to the Commonwealth Club in San Francisco about economic liberty and the law. They've posted the video of the talk on YouTube. The … ›

Illinois Supreme Court agrees with PLF—limits class action lawsuit abuse

Author: Timothy Sandefur The Supreme Court of Illinois issued a decision a few days ago in Barber v. American Airlines, agreeing with PLF’s friend of the court brief and overruling … ›

Government by scientists?

Author:  Damien M. Schiff NRDC's Switchboard blog carried yesterday a story on a letter signed by some 1300 scientists to the US Senate, urging that body not to meddle with … ›

Death Grip: Loosening the Law’s Stranglehold over Economic Liberty

Author: Timothy Sandefur My friend Clint Bolick has just published his new book, Death Grip: Loosening The Law’s Stranglehold Over Economic Liberty, with the Hoover Institution. It looks like a … ›

Judge Wanger deems salmon TRO and prelim. injunction motions to have been withdrawn

Author: Brandon Middleton There will no injunction issued in the immediate future in the salmon biological opinion litigation.  Judge Wanger issued the following order this afternoon: Based on the parties’ … ›

How the Nanny State killed Mothering magazine

Author: Timothy Sandefur Burdensome new regulations on toy makers have helped kill Mothering magazine after 35 years of publication. (Courtesy of Overlawyered.com, which if you aren’t already reading, you should.)

Jerry Brown’s redevelopment plans

Author: Timothy Sandefur I was on Northern California’s Armstrong & Getty show again this morning to talk about Jerry Brown’s attempt to rein in the state’s 400+ redevelopment agencies—the government … ›

When will the South Mississippi Delta get congressionally promised flood relief?

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Earlier this week, a federal court in Mississippi upheld the Environmental Protection Agency's veto of a much-needed flood control project in the Mississippi South Delta. Attorneys … ›

Debate on the constitutionality of Obamacare

Author: Timothy Sandefur I’ll be debating Prof. Leslie Jacobs on the constitutionality of the Individual Mandate on April 13 at noon at the Sutter Club in downtown Sacramento. Tickets are … ›

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My Commonwealth Club talk about The Right to Earn A Living

Author: Timothy Sandefur On Monday, I spoke to the Commonwealth Club in San Francisco about economic liberty and the law. They've posted the video of the talk on YouTube. The … ›

Illinois Supreme Court agrees with PLF—limits class action lawsuit abuse

Author: Timothy Sandefur The Supreme Court of Illinois issued a decision a few days ago in Barber v. American Airlines, agreeing with PLF’s friend of the court brief and overruling … ›

Government by scientists?

Author:  Damien M. Schiff NRDC's Switchboard blog carried yesterday a story on a letter signed by some 1300 scientists to the US Senate, urging that body not to meddle with … ›

Death Grip: Loosening the Law’s Stranglehold over Economic Liberty

Author: Timothy Sandefur My friend Clint Bolick has just published his new book, Death Grip: Loosening The Law’s Stranglehold Over Economic Liberty, with the Hoover Institution. It looks like a … ›

Judge Wanger deems salmon TRO and prelim. injunction motions to have been withdrawn

Author: Brandon Middleton There will no injunction issued in the immediate future in the salmon biological opinion litigation.  Judge Wanger issued the following order this afternoon: Based on the parties’ … ›

How the Nanny State killed Mothering magazine

Author: Timothy Sandefur Burdensome new regulations on toy makers have helped kill Mothering magazine after 35 years of publication. (Courtesy of Overlawyered.com, which if you aren’t already reading, you should.)

Jerry Brown’s redevelopment plans

Author: Timothy Sandefur I was on Northern California’s Armstrong & Getty show again this morning to talk about Jerry Brown’s attempt to rein in the state’s 400+ redevelopment agencies—the government … ›

When will the South Mississippi Delta get congressionally promised flood relief?

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Earlier this week, a federal court in Mississippi upheld the Environmental Protection Agency's veto of a much-needed flood control project in the Mississippi South Delta. Attorneys … ›

Debate on the constitutionality of Obamacare

Author: Timothy Sandefur I’ll be debating Prof. Leslie Jacobs on the constitutionality of the Individual Mandate on April 13 at noon at the Sutter Club in downtown Sacramento. Tickets are … ›

My Commonwealth Club talk about The Right to Earn A Living

Author: Timothy Sandefur On Monday, I spoke to the Commonwealth Club in San Francisco about economic liberty and the law. They've posted the video of the talk on YouTube. The … ›

Illinois Supreme Court agrees with PLF—limits class action lawsuit abuse

Author: Timothy Sandefur The Supreme Court of Illinois issued a decision a few days ago in Barber v. American Airlines, agreeing with PLF’s friend of the court brief and overruling … ›

Government by scientists?

Author:  Damien M. Schiff NRDC's Switchboard blog carried yesterday a story on a letter signed by some 1300 scientists to the US Senate, urging that body not to meddle with … ›

Death Grip: Loosening the Law’s Stranglehold over Economic Liberty

Author: Timothy Sandefur My friend Clint Bolick has just published his new book, Death Grip: Loosening The Law’s Stranglehold Over Economic Liberty, with the Hoover Institution. It looks like a … ›

Judge Wanger deems salmon TRO and prelim. injunction motions to have been withdrawn

Author: Brandon Middleton There will no injunction issued in the immediate future in the salmon biological opinion litigation.  Judge Wanger issued the following order this afternoon: Based on the parties’ … ›

How the Nanny State killed Mothering magazine

Author: Timothy Sandefur Burdensome new regulations on toy makers have helped kill Mothering magazine after 35 years of publication. (Courtesy of Overlawyered.com, which if you aren’t already reading, you should.)

Jerry Brown’s redevelopment plans

Author: Timothy Sandefur I was on Northern California’s Armstrong & Getty show again this morning to talk about Jerry Brown’s attempt to rein in the state’s 400+ redevelopment agencies—the government … ›

When will the South Mississippi Delta get congressionally promised flood relief?

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Earlier this week, a federal court in Mississippi upheld the Environmental Protection Agency's veto of a much-needed flood control project in the Mississippi South Delta. Attorneys … ›

Debate on the constitutionality of Obamacare

Author: Timothy Sandefur I’ll be debating Prof. Leslie Jacobs on the constitutionality of the Individual Mandate on April 13 at noon at the Sutter Club in downtown Sacramento. Tickets are … ›