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PLF's newest lawsuit: Do you need government permission to publish an advertisement?

Leslie Young is an entrepreneur. Her business, Elist.me, helps people who want to sell their homes “by owner” instead of through a real estate agent. A homeowner who wants to … ›

U.S. merits brief sheds little light on temporary takings questions

Earlier this week, the government filed its merits brief in the temporary physical takings case, Arkansas Game & Fish Commission v. United States. Many of us were eagerly awaiting the brief … ›

Wal-Mart, Merrill Lynch, class actions, and disparate impact, oh my!

Today, PLF filed this amicus brief  in the Supreme Court in support of certiorari in Merrill Lynch v. McReynolds.  This is a very interesting case that crosses over into two PLF … ›

PLF asks Federal Circuit to reinstate Lake Michigan landowners’ takings claims

A taking occasioned by a gradual physical process, such as erosion or inundation, presents the landowner with a particularly difficult problem.  How can the owner comply with the 6 year … ›

It's time for Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act to go

Last week, PLF filed this brief in the United States Supreme Court in support of Shelby County, Alabama.  Shelby County is challenging the constitutionality of Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act.  … ›

Feds notified of California High Speed Rail's disdain for federal law

Attorneys for the Pacific Legal Foundation notified the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) that actions by the California High Speed Rail Authority (CHSRA) do not comply with federal law.  PLF’s letter to FRA, … ›

President's weekly roundup

Property Rights – Unlawful Exactions In Powell vs. County of Humboldt the trial court denied the Powells’ motion for summary judgment and granted the County’s motion for summary judgment.  This … ›

Breaking: Delta smelt appeals dismissed

Just minutes ago, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals issued a terse decision dismissing the  environmentalists’ appeals from Judge Oliver Wanger’s injunction limiting enforcement of the Delta smelt biological opinion’s … ›

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PLF Podcasts

Don’t forget to subscribe to the PLF Podcast for the latest news about our cases and discussions of the many important constitutional and legal issues that we’re litigating every day.

PLF's newest lawsuit: Do you need government permission to publish an advertisement?

Leslie Young is an entrepreneur. Her business, Elist.me, helps people who want to sell their homes “by owner” instead of through a real estate agent. A homeowner who wants to … ›

U.S. merits brief sheds little light on temporary takings questions

Earlier this week, the government filed its merits brief in the temporary physical takings case, Arkansas Game & Fish Commission v. United States. Many of us were eagerly awaiting the brief … ›

Wal-Mart, Merrill Lynch, class actions, and disparate impact, oh my!

Today, PLF filed this amicus brief  in the Supreme Court in support of certiorari in Merrill Lynch v. McReynolds.  This is a very interesting case that crosses over into two PLF … ›

PLF asks Federal Circuit to reinstate Lake Michigan landowners’ takings claims

A taking occasioned by a gradual physical process, such as erosion or inundation, presents the landowner with a particularly difficult problem.  How can the owner comply with the 6 year … ›

It's time for Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act to go

Last week, PLF filed this brief in the United States Supreme Court in support of Shelby County, Alabama.  Shelby County is challenging the constitutionality of Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act.  … ›

Feds notified of California High Speed Rail's disdain for federal law

Attorneys for the Pacific Legal Foundation notified the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) that actions by the California High Speed Rail Authority (CHSRA) do not comply with federal law.  PLF’s letter to FRA, … ›

President's weekly roundup

Property Rights – Unlawful Exactions In Powell vs. County of Humboldt the trial court denied the Powells’ motion for summary judgment and granted the County’s motion for summary judgment.  This … ›

Breaking: Delta smelt appeals dismissed

Just minutes ago, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals issued a terse decision dismissing the  environmentalists’ appeals from Judge Oliver Wanger’s injunction limiting enforcement of the Delta smelt biological opinion’s … ›

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PLF Podcasts

Don’t forget to subscribe to the PLF Podcast for the latest news about our cases and discussions of the many important constitutional and legal issues that we’re litigating every day.

PLF's newest lawsuit: Do you need government permission to publish an advertisement?

Leslie Young is an entrepreneur. Her business, Elist.me, helps people who want to sell their homes “by owner” instead of through a real estate agent. A homeowner who wants to … ›

U.S. merits brief sheds little light on temporary takings questions

Earlier this week, the government filed its merits brief in the temporary physical takings case, Arkansas Game & Fish Commission v. United States. Many of us were eagerly awaiting the brief … ›

Wal-Mart, Merrill Lynch, class actions, and disparate impact, oh my!

Today, PLF filed this amicus brief  in the Supreme Court in support of certiorari in Merrill Lynch v. McReynolds.  This is a very interesting case that crosses over into two PLF … ›

PLF asks Federal Circuit to reinstate Lake Michigan landowners’ takings claims

A taking occasioned by a gradual physical process, such as erosion or inundation, presents the landowner with a particularly difficult problem.  How can the owner comply with the 6 year … ›

It's time for Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act to go

Last week, PLF filed this brief in the United States Supreme Court in support of Shelby County, Alabama.  Shelby County is challenging the constitutionality of Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act.  … ›

Feds notified of California High Speed Rail's disdain for federal law

Attorneys for the Pacific Legal Foundation notified the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) that actions by the California High Speed Rail Authority (CHSRA) do not comply with federal law.  PLF’s letter to FRA, … ›

President's weekly roundup

Property Rights – Unlawful Exactions In Powell vs. County of Humboldt the trial court denied the Powells’ motion for summary judgment and granted the County’s motion for summary judgment.  This … ›

Breaking: Delta smelt appeals dismissed

Just minutes ago, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals issued a terse decision dismissing the  environmentalists’ appeals from Judge Oliver Wanger’s injunction limiting enforcement of the Delta smelt biological opinion’s … ›

PLF Podcasts

Don’t forget to subscribe to the PLF Podcast for the latest news about our cases and discussions of the many important constitutional and legal issues that we’re litigating every day.

PLF's newest lawsuit: Do you need government permission to publish an advertisement?

Leslie Young is an entrepreneur. Her business, Elist.me, helps people who want to sell their homes “by owner” instead of through a real estate agent. A homeowner who wants to … ›

U.S. merits brief sheds little light on temporary takings questions

Earlier this week, the government filed its merits brief in the temporary physical takings case, Arkansas Game & Fish Commission v. United States. Many of us were eagerly awaiting the brief … ›

Wal-Mart, Merrill Lynch, class actions, and disparate impact, oh my!

Today, PLF filed this amicus brief  in the Supreme Court in support of certiorari in Merrill Lynch v. McReynolds.  This is a very interesting case that crosses over into two PLF … ›

PLF asks Federal Circuit to reinstate Lake Michigan landowners’ takings claims

A taking occasioned by a gradual physical process, such as erosion or inundation, presents the landowner with a particularly difficult problem.  How can the owner comply with the 6 year … ›

It's time for Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act to go

Last week, PLF filed this brief in the United States Supreme Court in support of Shelby County, Alabama.  Shelby County is challenging the constitutionality of Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act.  … ›

Feds notified of California High Speed Rail's disdain for federal law

Attorneys for the Pacific Legal Foundation notified the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) that actions by the California High Speed Rail Authority (CHSRA) do not comply with federal law.  PLF’s letter to FRA, … ›

President's weekly roundup

Property Rights – Unlawful Exactions In Powell vs. County of Humboldt the trial court denied the Powells’ motion for summary judgment and granted the County’s motion for summary judgment.  This … ›

Breaking: Delta smelt appeals dismissed

Just minutes ago, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals issued a terse decision dismissing the  environmentalists’ appeals from Judge Oliver Wanger’s injunction limiting enforcement of the Delta smelt biological opinion’s … ›