A Sackett ripple effect?

Last week it came to light that EPA Regional Administrator Al Armendariz had made a video several years ago detailing how he enforced various environmental statutes in his district.  Mr. … ›

Feds and NRDC file responsive briefs in 9th Circuit delta smelt litigation

In the continuing 9th Circuit litigation over Judge Wanger’s decision to invalidate the 2008 delta smelt biological opinion, the federal government and the Natural Resources Defense Council on Friday filed briefs in … ›

PLF files brief in Proposition 13 case

Yesterday, PLF filed a friend-of-the-court brief in Young v. Schmidt.  This is the case that challenges Proposition 13’s requirement that all new taxes imposed by the state Legislature pass by … ›

PLF fighting for the right to earn a living

I’m in St. Louis today to argue the case of entrepreneur Michael Munie. He’s been in the moving business for 20 years, and his company, ABC Quality Moving, is one of … ›

Court will hear PLF challenge to Missouri’s moving monopoly

St. Louis, MO.; April 26, 2012 — Tomorrow morning (April 27), PLF Principal Attorney Timothy Sandefur will present arguments in federal court challenging the constitutionality of a Missouri law that … ›

Coverage of PLF's Supreme Court brief in school redistricting case

The Mainline Media News published an excellent article regarding PLF’s amicus brief in the case Student Does v. Lower Merion School District. As the article explains, the Lower Merion School … ›

The recreational fishermen go to court

Tomorrow, I will be in court representing the California Association for Recreational Fishing in their lawsuit against the California Department of Fish & Game.  The suit challenges onerous regulations that … ›

Talking Sackett

Today I’ll be speaking to a number of groups on the Sackett case.  This morning I’ll be speaking through Skype at SUNY Buffalo Law School for the seminar “Beyond Jurisdiction:  … ›

States resisting the feds—immigration and Obamacare

The Supreme Court today heard oral arguments about Arizona’s efforts to crack down on illegal immigration. That state’s law gives police officers the duty to check identification and take other … ›

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A Sackett ripple effect?

Last week it came to light that EPA Regional Administrator Al Armendariz had made a video several years ago detailing how he enforced various environmental statutes in his district.  Mr. … ›

Feds and NRDC file responsive briefs in 9th Circuit delta smelt litigation

In the continuing 9th Circuit litigation over Judge Wanger’s decision to invalidate the 2008 delta smelt biological opinion, the federal government and the Natural Resources Defense Council on Friday filed briefs in … ›

PLF files brief in Proposition 13 case

Yesterday, PLF filed a friend-of-the-court brief in Young v. Schmidt.  This is the case that challenges Proposition 13’s requirement that all new taxes imposed by the state Legislature pass by … ›

PLF fighting for the right to earn a living

I’m in St. Louis today to argue the case of entrepreneur Michael Munie. He’s been in the moving business for 20 years, and his company, ABC Quality Moving, is one of … ›

Court will hear PLF challenge to Missouri’s moving monopoly

St. Louis, MO.; April 26, 2012 — Tomorrow morning (April 27), PLF Principal Attorney Timothy Sandefur will present arguments in federal court challenging the constitutionality of a Missouri law that … ›

Coverage of PLF's Supreme Court brief in school redistricting case

The Mainline Media News published an excellent article regarding PLF’s amicus brief in the case Student Does v. Lower Merion School District. As the article explains, the Lower Merion School … ›

The recreational fishermen go to court

Tomorrow, I will be in court representing the California Association for Recreational Fishing in their lawsuit against the California Department of Fish & Game.  The suit challenges onerous regulations that … ›

Talking Sackett

Today I’ll be speaking to a number of groups on the Sackett case.  This morning I’ll be speaking through Skype at SUNY Buffalo Law School for the seminar “Beyond Jurisdiction:  … ›

States resisting the feds—immigration and Obamacare

The Supreme Court today heard oral arguments about Arizona’s efforts to crack down on illegal immigration. That state’s law gives police officers the duty to check identification and take other … ›

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A Sackett ripple effect?

Last week it came to light that EPA Regional Administrator Al Armendariz had made a video several years ago detailing how he enforced various environmental statutes in his district.  Mr. … ›

Feds and NRDC file responsive briefs in 9th Circuit delta smelt litigation

In the continuing 9th Circuit litigation over Judge Wanger’s decision to invalidate the 2008 delta smelt biological opinion, the federal government and the Natural Resources Defense Council on Friday filed briefs in … ›

PLF files brief in Proposition 13 case

Yesterday, PLF filed a friend-of-the-court brief in Young v. Schmidt.  This is the case that challenges Proposition 13’s requirement that all new taxes imposed by the state Legislature pass by … ›

PLF fighting for the right to earn a living

I’m in St. Louis today to argue the case of entrepreneur Michael Munie. He’s been in the moving business for 20 years, and his company, ABC Quality Moving, is one of … ›

Court will hear PLF challenge to Missouri’s moving monopoly

St. Louis, MO.; April 26, 2012 — Tomorrow morning (April 27), PLF Principal Attorney Timothy Sandefur will present arguments in federal court challenging the constitutionality of a Missouri law that … ›

Coverage of PLF's Supreme Court brief in school redistricting case

The Mainline Media News published an excellent article regarding PLF’s amicus brief in the case Student Does v. Lower Merion School District. As the article explains, the Lower Merion School … ›

The recreational fishermen go to court

Tomorrow, I will be in court representing the California Association for Recreational Fishing in their lawsuit against the California Department of Fish & Game.  The suit challenges onerous regulations that … ›

Talking Sackett

Today I’ll be speaking to a number of groups on the Sackett case.  This morning I’ll be speaking through Skype at SUNY Buffalo Law School for the seminar “Beyond Jurisdiction:  … ›

States resisting the feds—immigration and Obamacare

The Supreme Court today heard oral arguments about Arizona’s efforts to crack down on illegal immigration. That state’s law gives police officers the duty to check identification and take other … ›

A Sackett ripple effect?

Last week it came to light that EPA Regional Administrator Al Armendariz had made a video several years ago detailing how he enforced various environmental statutes in his district.  Mr. … ›

Feds and NRDC file responsive briefs in 9th Circuit delta smelt litigation

In the continuing 9th Circuit litigation over Judge Wanger’s decision to invalidate the 2008 delta smelt biological opinion, the federal government and the Natural Resources Defense Council on Friday filed briefs in … ›

PLF files brief in Proposition 13 case

Yesterday, PLF filed a friend-of-the-court brief in Young v. Schmidt.  This is the case that challenges Proposition 13’s requirement that all new taxes imposed by the state Legislature pass by … ›

PLF fighting for the right to earn a living

I’m in St. Louis today to argue the case of entrepreneur Michael Munie. He’s been in the moving business for 20 years, and his company, ABC Quality Moving, is one of … ›

Court will hear PLF challenge to Missouri’s moving monopoly

St. Louis, MO.; April 26, 2012 — Tomorrow morning (April 27), PLF Principal Attorney Timothy Sandefur will present arguments in federal court challenging the constitutionality of a Missouri law that … ›

Coverage of PLF's Supreme Court brief in school redistricting case

The Mainline Media News published an excellent article regarding PLF’s amicus brief in the case Student Does v. Lower Merion School District. As the article explains, the Lower Merion School … ›

The recreational fishermen go to court

Tomorrow, I will be in court representing the California Association for Recreational Fishing in their lawsuit against the California Department of Fish & Game.  The suit challenges onerous regulations that … ›

Talking Sackett

Today I’ll be speaking to a number of groups on the Sackett case.  This morning I’ll be speaking through Skype at SUNY Buffalo Law School for the seminar “Beyond Jurisdiction:  … ›

States resisting the feds—immigration and Obamacare

The Supreme Court today heard oral arguments about Arizona’s efforts to crack down on illegal immigration. That state’s law gives police officers the duty to check identification and take other … ›