Lou Dobbs interviews PLF attorney Damien Schiff and clients Mike & Chantell Sackett

Author:  Anne Hayes On Thursday night, Lou Dobbs of Fox Business Channel's Lou Dobbs Tonight did a follow-up interview with Mike and Chantell Sackett and PLF attorney Damien Schiff about … ›

The Orange County Register talks delta smelt

Author: Brandon Middleton With a nice mention of PLF.

Property rights: the little guy's best friend

Author: Timothy Sandefur Our friends at the Institute for Humane Studies have prepared an excellent short video with Prof. Aeon Skoble, about how property rights protect people who lack political … ›

Court allows PLF case against Coastal Commission to go forward

Author: Paul J. Beard II Earlier this month, the San Luis Obispo Superior Court delivered a nice win to PLF client, SDS Family Trust, in its fight against the California … ›

Supremes deny review in Coastal Commission case

Author: Paul Beard II Yesterday, the California Supreme Court denied our petition for review in Citizens for a Better Eureka v. California Coastal Commission. The case challenged the California Coastal … ›

Obamacare at the Supreme Court's front door

Author: Timothy Sandefur Cato's Ilya Shapiro has a helpful rundown of what's going on with the Supreme Court and Obamacare.

"Yes, the Deck Is Stacked in Favor of the Government"

Author: Brandon Middleton Holey Foag's Seth Jaffe on the recent delta smelt litigation developments: The public perception is that big, bad corporations can just spend as much money as necessary … ›

Fifth Circuit holds Severance v. Patterson "rolling beach easement" case is not moot

Author: J. David Breemer Today, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals issued a short order denying Texas State Officials' motion to hold the Severance v. Patterson rolling beach easement case moot.  … ›

Victory! Court upholds reduced "critical habitat" for bighorn sheep

Author: Reed Hopper     One of the most onerous provisions of the Endangered Species Act is the "critical habitat" provision. Under the ESA, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is generally … ›

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Lou Dobbs interviews PLF attorney Damien Schiff and clients Mike & Chantell Sackett

Author:  Anne Hayes On Thursday night, Lou Dobbs of Fox Business Channel's Lou Dobbs Tonight did a follow-up interview with Mike and Chantell Sackett and PLF attorney Damien Schiff about … ›

The Orange County Register talks delta smelt

Author: Brandon Middleton With a nice mention of PLF.

Property rights: the little guy's best friend

Author: Timothy Sandefur Our friends at the Institute for Humane Studies have prepared an excellent short video with Prof. Aeon Skoble, about how property rights protect people who lack political … ›

Court allows PLF case against Coastal Commission to go forward

Author: Paul J. Beard II Earlier this month, the San Luis Obispo Superior Court delivered a nice win to PLF client, SDS Family Trust, in its fight against the California … ›

Supremes deny review in Coastal Commission case

Author: Paul Beard II Yesterday, the California Supreme Court denied our petition for review in Citizens for a Better Eureka v. California Coastal Commission. The case challenged the California Coastal … ›

Obamacare at the Supreme Court's front door

Author: Timothy Sandefur Cato's Ilya Shapiro has a helpful rundown of what's going on with the Supreme Court and Obamacare.

"Yes, the Deck Is Stacked in Favor of the Government"

Author: Brandon Middleton Holey Foag's Seth Jaffe on the recent delta smelt litigation developments: The public perception is that big, bad corporations can just spend as much money as necessary … ›

Fifth Circuit holds Severance v. Patterson "rolling beach easement" case is not moot

Author: J. David Breemer Today, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals issued a short order denying Texas State Officials' motion to hold the Severance v. Patterson rolling beach easement case moot.  … ›

Victory! Court upholds reduced "critical habitat" for bighorn sheep

Author: Reed Hopper     One of the most onerous provisions of the Endangered Species Act is the "critical habitat" provision. Under the ESA, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is generally … ›

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Lou Dobbs interviews PLF attorney Damien Schiff and clients Mike & Chantell Sackett

Author:  Anne Hayes On Thursday night, Lou Dobbs of Fox Business Channel's Lou Dobbs Tonight did a follow-up interview with Mike and Chantell Sackett and PLF attorney Damien Schiff about … ›

The Orange County Register talks delta smelt

Author: Brandon Middleton With a nice mention of PLF.

Property rights: the little guy's best friend

Author: Timothy Sandefur Our friends at the Institute for Humane Studies have prepared an excellent short video with Prof. Aeon Skoble, about how property rights protect people who lack political … ›

Court allows PLF case against Coastal Commission to go forward

Author: Paul J. Beard II Earlier this month, the San Luis Obispo Superior Court delivered a nice win to PLF client, SDS Family Trust, in its fight against the California … ›

Supremes deny review in Coastal Commission case

Author: Paul Beard II Yesterday, the California Supreme Court denied our petition for review in Citizens for a Better Eureka v. California Coastal Commission. The case challenged the California Coastal … ›

Obamacare at the Supreme Court's front door

Author: Timothy Sandefur Cato's Ilya Shapiro has a helpful rundown of what's going on with the Supreme Court and Obamacare.

"Yes, the Deck Is Stacked in Favor of the Government"

Author: Brandon Middleton Holey Foag's Seth Jaffe on the recent delta smelt litigation developments: The public perception is that big, bad corporations can just spend as much money as necessary … ›

Fifth Circuit holds Severance v. Patterson "rolling beach easement" case is not moot

Author: J. David Breemer Today, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals issued a short order denying Texas State Officials' motion to hold the Severance v. Patterson rolling beach easement case moot.  … ›

Victory! Court upholds reduced "critical habitat" for bighorn sheep

Author: Reed Hopper     One of the most onerous provisions of the Endangered Species Act is the "critical habitat" provision. Under the ESA, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is generally … ›

Lou Dobbs interviews PLF attorney Damien Schiff and clients Mike & Chantell Sackett

Author:  Anne Hayes On Thursday night, Lou Dobbs of Fox Business Channel's Lou Dobbs Tonight did a follow-up interview with Mike and Chantell Sackett and PLF attorney Damien Schiff about … ›

The Orange County Register talks delta smelt

Author: Brandon Middleton With a nice mention of PLF.

Property rights: the little guy's best friend

Author: Timothy Sandefur Our friends at the Institute for Humane Studies have prepared an excellent short video with Prof. Aeon Skoble, about how property rights protect people who lack political … ›

Court allows PLF case against Coastal Commission to go forward

Author: Paul J. Beard II Earlier this month, the San Luis Obispo Superior Court delivered a nice win to PLF client, SDS Family Trust, in its fight against the California … ›

Supremes deny review in Coastal Commission case

Author: Paul Beard II Yesterday, the California Supreme Court denied our petition for review in Citizens for a Better Eureka v. California Coastal Commission. The case challenged the California Coastal … ›

Obamacare at the Supreme Court's front door

Author: Timothy Sandefur Cato's Ilya Shapiro has a helpful rundown of what's going on with the Supreme Court and Obamacare.

"Yes, the Deck Is Stacked in Favor of the Government"

Author: Brandon Middleton Holey Foag's Seth Jaffe on the recent delta smelt litigation developments: The public perception is that big, bad corporations can just spend as much money as necessary … ›

Fifth Circuit holds Severance v. Patterson "rolling beach easement" case is not moot

Author: J. David Breemer Today, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals issued a short order denying Texas State Officials' motion to hold the Severance v. Patterson rolling beach easement case moot.  … ›

Victory! Court upholds reduced "critical habitat" for bighorn sheep

Author: Reed Hopper     One of the most onerous provisions of the Endangered Species Act is the "critical habitat" provision. Under the ESA, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is generally … ›