Court of Appeals leaves many questions unanswered in its decision reversing Hage’s takings award

Last week, the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals issued its decision in United States v. Hage, reversing Senior Judge Loren Smith’s 2008 decision concluding that the government had taken Hage’s … ›

A new Sackett article

Check out the latest edition of the Federalist Society’s online publication Engage and you’ll find a casenote on Sackett.

Will the Supreme Court of Washington finally take on takings law?

Today, Division III of the Washington Court of Appeals issued an “Order of Certification” in a case called Lemire v. Washington Department of Ecology.  An Order of Certification means the … ›

Reading, writing, and disparate impact

Should a school change a race-neutral policy because of its disparate impact on minority students?  That is the subject of an excellent blog post by Hans Bader at CEI’s Open Market.  … ›

Talking Sackett with the Federalist Society

Tomorrow at 1pm EDT I’ll be speaking about Sackett v. EPA on a teleforum hosted by the Federalist Society.  I’ll be joined by Professor Richard Frank of the UC Davis … ›

President's weekly roundup

Individual Rights – Defense of Prop 13 In Young v. Schmidt, the California Court of Appeal upheld Proposition 13’s supermajority legislative vote requirement in a short, unpublished decision.  We filed … ›

Talking Sackett with the cattlemen

Tomorrow, I’ll be speaking at the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association annual summer conference in Denver.  I’ll be presenting on Sackett v. EPA, and discussing other prominent and current environmental issues, … ›

Disparities do not equal discrimination

A brilliant op-ed by Walter Williams.

How many wolves in Washington?

Last December, the Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission approved a gray wolf conservation plan that establishes the Evergreen State’s policy for managing gray wolves within its borders.  The plan was … ›

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Court of Appeals leaves many questions unanswered in its decision reversing Hage’s takings award

Last week, the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals issued its decision in United States v. Hage, reversing Senior Judge Loren Smith’s 2008 decision concluding that the government had taken Hage’s … ›

A new Sackett article

Check out the latest edition of the Federalist Society’s online publication Engage and you’ll find a casenote on Sackett.

Will the Supreme Court of Washington finally take on takings law?

Today, Division III of the Washington Court of Appeals issued an “Order of Certification” in a case called Lemire v. Washington Department of Ecology.  An Order of Certification means the … ›

Reading, writing, and disparate impact

Should a school change a race-neutral policy because of its disparate impact on minority students?  That is the subject of an excellent blog post by Hans Bader at CEI’s Open Market.  … ›

Talking Sackett with the Federalist Society

Tomorrow at 1pm EDT I’ll be speaking about Sackett v. EPA on a teleforum hosted by the Federalist Society.  I’ll be joined by Professor Richard Frank of the UC Davis … ›

President's weekly roundup

Individual Rights – Defense of Prop 13 In Young v. Schmidt, the California Court of Appeal upheld Proposition 13’s supermajority legislative vote requirement in a short, unpublished decision.  We filed … ›

Talking Sackett with the cattlemen

Tomorrow, I’ll be speaking at the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association annual summer conference in Denver.  I’ll be presenting on Sackett v. EPA, and discussing other prominent and current environmental issues, … ›

Disparities do not equal discrimination

A brilliant op-ed by Walter Williams.

How many wolves in Washington?

Last December, the Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission approved a gray wolf conservation plan that establishes the Evergreen State’s policy for managing gray wolves within its borders.  The plan was … ›

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Court of Appeals leaves many questions unanswered in its decision reversing Hage’s takings award

Last week, the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals issued its decision in United States v. Hage, reversing Senior Judge Loren Smith’s 2008 decision concluding that the government had taken Hage’s … ›

A new Sackett article

Check out the latest edition of the Federalist Society’s online publication Engage and you’ll find a casenote on Sackett.

Will the Supreme Court of Washington finally take on takings law?

Today, Division III of the Washington Court of Appeals issued an “Order of Certification” in a case called Lemire v. Washington Department of Ecology.  An Order of Certification means the … ›

Reading, writing, and disparate impact

Should a school change a race-neutral policy because of its disparate impact on minority students?  That is the subject of an excellent blog post by Hans Bader at CEI’s Open Market.  … ›

Talking Sackett with the Federalist Society

Tomorrow at 1pm EDT I’ll be speaking about Sackett v. EPA on a teleforum hosted by the Federalist Society.  I’ll be joined by Professor Richard Frank of the UC Davis … ›

President's weekly roundup

Individual Rights – Defense of Prop 13 In Young v. Schmidt, the California Court of Appeal upheld Proposition 13’s supermajority legislative vote requirement in a short, unpublished decision.  We filed … ›

Talking Sackett with the cattlemen

Tomorrow, I’ll be speaking at the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association annual summer conference in Denver.  I’ll be presenting on Sackett v. EPA, and discussing other prominent and current environmental issues, … ›

Disparities do not equal discrimination

A brilliant op-ed by Walter Williams.

How many wolves in Washington?

Last December, the Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission approved a gray wolf conservation plan that establishes the Evergreen State’s policy for managing gray wolves within its borders.  The plan was … ›

Court of Appeals leaves many questions unanswered in its decision reversing Hage’s takings award

Last week, the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals issued its decision in United States v. Hage, reversing Senior Judge Loren Smith’s 2008 decision concluding that the government had taken Hage’s … ›

A new Sackett article

Check out the latest edition of the Federalist Society’s online publication Engage and you’ll find a casenote on Sackett.

Will the Supreme Court of Washington finally take on takings law?

Today, Division III of the Washington Court of Appeals issued an “Order of Certification” in a case called Lemire v. Washington Department of Ecology.  An Order of Certification means the … ›

Reading, writing, and disparate impact

Should a school change a race-neutral policy because of its disparate impact on minority students?  That is the subject of an excellent blog post by Hans Bader at CEI’s Open Market.  … ›

Talking Sackett with the Federalist Society

Tomorrow at 1pm EDT I’ll be speaking about Sackett v. EPA on a teleforum hosted by the Federalist Society.  I’ll be joined by Professor Richard Frank of the UC Davis … ›

President's weekly roundup

Individual Rights – Defense of Prop 13 In Young v. Schmidt, the California Court of Appeal upheld Proposition 13’s supermajority legislative vote requirement in a short, unpublished decision.  We filed … ›

Talking Sackett with the cattlemen

Tomorrow, I’ll be speaking at the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association annual summer conference in Denver.  I’ll be presenting on Sackett v. EPA, and discussing other prominent and current environmental issues, … ›

Disparities do not equal discrimination

A brilliant op-ed by Walter Williams.

How many wolves in Washington?

Last December, the Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission approved a gray wolf conservation plan that establishes the Evergreen State’s policy for managing gray wolves within its borders.  The plan was … ›