House of Representatives passes eminent domain reform bill

After the infamous decision in Kelo v. New London, the fight over eminent domain abuse shifted primarily to states, many of which passed laws designed (or, at least, pretending) to … ›

California decision chills public interest litigation

Earlier today, the California Supreme Court denied review of the case Vargas v. City of Salinas, which sought review of an outrageous, ruinous award of over $250,000 in attorneys’ fees … ›

Hearing in Coastal Commission suit postponed

As I reported last week, we had a hearing on Monday in SDS Family Trust v. California Coastal Commission, before the San Luis Obispo Superior Court.  But unfortunately, we have … ›

Reason.tv interviews Mike & Chantell Sackett

Reason.tv visited the Sacketts in Priest Lake, Idaho, and put together this great interview with them and with their attorney, Pacific Legal Foundation’s Damien Schiff. httpv://youtu.be/40iHXAOjJ3U

PLF attorney Ted Hadzi-Antich discussing EPA's CO2 endangerment case on Cato Institute panel March 1

PLF environmental law attorney Ted Hadzi-Antich is attending oral argument today and tomorrow in United States Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit in a series of consolidated cases, including … ›

Some closing thoughts on substantive due process of law

I sum up with some thoughts on due process, and what the promise of lawful rule means.

200,000 teachers decide against joining the union

This past year, three states passed right-to-work laws, allowing public workers to opt out of union membership.  Unsurprisingly, the National Education Association has 200,000 fewer members this year.  It’s amazing.  When the government … ›

Why Chapman and McConnell are wrong about substantive due process

The conversation about substantive due process is winding down at Cato Unbound. This morning I offer some criticisms of Nathan Chapman and Michael McConnell’s new Yale Law Journal article on the subject.

Testimony of Damien Schiff, Mike & Chantell Sackett in Senate/House Western Caucus hearing on prosperity and property rights

As we mentioned, this morning, PLF attorney Damien Schiff and PLF clients Mike & Chantell Sackett will be testifying at a hearing before the Senate and Congressional Western Caucuses.  Here … ›

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House of Representatives passes eminent domain reform bill

After the infamous decision in Kelo v. New London, the fight over eminent domain abuse shifted primarily to states, many of which passed laws designed (or, at least, pretending) to … ›

California decision chills public interest litigation

Earlier today, the California Supreme Court denied review of the case Vargas v. City of Salinas, which sought review of an outrageous, ruinous award of over $250,000 in attorneys’ fees … ›

Hearing in Coastal Commission suit postponed

As I reported last week, we had a hearing on Monday in SDS Family Trust v. California Coastal Commission, before the San Luis Obispo Superior Court.  But unfortunately, we have … ›

Reason.tv interviews Mike & Chantell Sackett

Reason.tv visited the Sacketts in Priest Lake, Idaho, and put together this great interview with them and with their attorney, Pacific Legal Foundation’s Damien Schiff. httpv://youtu.be/40iHXAOjJ3U

PLF attorney Ted Hadzi-Antich discussing EPA's CO2 endangerment case on Cato Institute panel March 1

PLF environmental law attorney Ted Hadzi-Antich is attending oral argument today and tomorrow in United States Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit in a series of consolidated cases, including … ›

Some closing thoughts on substantive due process of law

I sum up with some thoughts on due process, and what the promise of lawful rule means.

200,000 teachers decide against joining the union

This past year, three states passed right-to-work laws, allowing public workers to opt out of union membership.  Unsurprisingly, the National Education Association has 200,000 fewer members this year.  It’s amazing.  When the government … ›

Why Chapman and McConnell are wrong about substantive due process

The conversation about substantive due process is winding down at Cato Unbound. This morning I offer some criticisms of Nathan Chapman and Michael McConnell’s new Yale Law Journal article on the subject.

Testimony of Damien Schiff, Mike & Chantell Sackett in Senate/House Western Caucus hearing on prosperity and property rights

As we mentioned, this morning, PLF attorney Damien Schiff and PLF clients Mike & Chantell Sackett will be testifying at a hearing before the Senate and Congressional Western Caucuses.  Here … ›

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House of Representatives passes eminent domain reform bill

After the infamous decision in Kelo v. New London, the fight over eminent domain abuse shifted primarily to states, many of which passed laws designed (or, at least, pretending) to … ›

California decision chills public interest litigation

Earlier today, the California Supreme Court denied review of the case Vargas v. City of Salinas, which sought review of an outrageous, ruinous award of over $250,000 in attorneys’ fees … ›

Hearing in Coastal Commission suit postponed

As I reported last week, we had a hearing on Monday in SDS Family Trust v. California Coastal Commission, before the San Luis Obispo Superior Court.  But unfortunately, we have … ›

Reason.tv interviews Mike & Chantell Sackett

Reason.tv visited the Sacketts in Priest Lake, Idaho, and put together this great interview with them and with their attorney, Pacific Legal Foundation’s Damien Schiff. httpv://youtu.be/40iHXAOjJ3U

PLF attorney Ted Hadzi-Antich discussing EPA's CO2 endangerment case on Cato Institute panel March 1

PLF environmental law attorney Ted Hadzi-Antich is attending oral argument today and tomorrow in United States Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit in a series of consolidated cases, including … ›

Some closing thoughts on substantive due process of law

I sum up with some thoughts on due process, and what the promise of lawful rule means.

200,000 teachers decide against joining the union

This past year, three states passed right-to-work laws, allowing public workers to opt out of union membership.  Unsurprisingly, the National Education Association has 200,000 fewer members this year.  It’s amazing.  When the government … ›

Why Chapman and McConnell are wrong about substantive due process

The conversation about substantive due process is winding down at Cato Unbound. This morning I offer some criticisms of Nathan Chapman and Michael McConnell’s new Yale Law Journal article on the subject.

Testimony of Damien Schiff, Mike & Chantell Sackett in Senate/House Western Caucus hearing on prosperity and property rights

As we mentioned, this morning, PLF attorney Damien Schiff and PLF clients Mike & Chantell Sackett will be testifying at a hearing before the Senate and Congressional Western Caucuses.  Here … ›

House of Representatives passes eminent domain reform bill

After the infamous decision in Kelo v. New London, the fight over eminent domain abuse shifted primarily to states, many of which passed laws designed (or, at least, pretending) to … ›

California decision chills public interest litigation

Earlier today, the California Supreme Court denied review of the case Vargas v. City of Salinas, which sought review of an outrageous, ruinous award of over $250,000 in attorneys’ fees … ›

Hearing in Coastal Commission suit postponed

As I reported last week, we had a hearing on Monday in SDS Family Trust v. California Coastal Commission, before the San Luis Obispo Superior Court.  But unfortunately, we have … ›

Reason.tv interviews Mike & Chantell Sackett

Reason.tv visited the Sacketts in Priest Lake, Idaho, and put together this great interview with them and with their attorney, Pacific Legal Foundation’s Damien Schiff. httpv://youtu.be/40iHXAOjJ3U

PLF attorney Ted Hadzi-Antich discussing EPA's CO2 endangerment case on Cato Institute panel March 1

PLF environmental law attorney Ted Hadzi-Antich is attending oral argument today and tomorrow in United States Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit in a series of consolidated cases, including … ›

Some closing thoughts on substantive due process of law

I sum up with some thoughts on due process, and what the promise of lawful rule means.

200,000 teachers decide against joining the union

This past year, three states passed right-to-work laws, allowing public workers to opt out of union membership.  Unsurprisingly, the National Education Association has 200,000 fewer members this year.  It’s amazing.  When the government … ›

Why Chapman and McConnell are wrong about substantive due process

The conversation about substantive due process is winding down at Cato Unbound. This morning I offer some criticisms of Nathan Chapman and Michael McConnell’s new Yale Law Journal article on the subject.

Testimony of Damien Schiff, Mike & Chantell Sackett in Senate/House Western Caucus hearing on prosperity and property rights

As we mentioned, this morning, PLF attorney Damien Schiff and PLF clients Mike & Chantell Sackett will be testifying at a hearing before the Senate and Congressional Western Caucuses.  Here … ›