PLF's air litigation: retrospective and prospective

2013 was a big year for PLF’s air litigation program, and 2014 is sure to continue the trend.  Nothing gets me more fired up than bureaucrats who break the law while … ›

Make a Year-End Gift to PLF

There’s still time left in 2013 to do more good for Pacific Legal Foundation It’s coming to an end – Pacific Legal Foundation’s 40th anniversary year of Rescuing Liberty from … ›

What does it mean to have a "right to clean air, pure water, and to the preservation of the natural, scenic, historic and esthetic values of the environment"?

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court recently had to address that question to determine whether the state’s law encouraging oil and gas drilling violated the state constitution’s “Environmental Rights Amendment.” That amendment … ›

Forum on the "ESA at 40"

Tuesday morning at 9 am Pacific I’ll appear on a radio forum hosted by KQED San Francisco on the Endangered Species Act.  Hope you can join!

The end of abusive class-action lawsuits? Or the end of industry?

The answer is probably, “neither,” but in two cases that we’re asking as amicus for the Supreme Court up this January, the stakes are high.   The cases are Sears v. Butler and Whirlpool … ›

The ESA at 40: hold your applause

On Saturday, the Wall Street Journal published an oped by me and former Interior Department official Julie MacDonald on the Endangered Species Act.  In the piece, we argue that the … ›

President's weekly report — December 27, 2013

Environment — Clean Air Act PLF and the National Association of Manufacturers filed this joint opposition brief in Alec L. v. McCarthy which is now before the D.C. Circuit Court … ›

Of Jerry Brown and Santa Claus

It appears to be PLF week at the San Diego Union Tribune.  Today the paper published this OpEd by PLF attorneys Harold Johnson and yours truly.  The piece discusses PLF’s … ›

San Diego Union Tribune covers PLF's Lynch case

Earlier this week the San Diego Union Tribune covered our Lynch v. California Coastal Commission case which challenges the Coastal Commission‘s policy of phasing out private beach stairways and making it very … ›

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PLF's air litigation: retrospective and prospective

2013 was a big year for PLF’s air litigation program, and 2014 is sure to continue the trend.  Nothing gets me more fired up than bureaucrats who break the law while … ›

Make a Year-End Gift to PLF

There’s still time left in 2013 to do more good for Pacific Legal Foundation It’s coming to an end – Pacific Legal Foundation’s 40th anniversary year of Rescuing Liberty from … ›

What does it mean to have a "right to clean air, pure water, and to the preservation of the natural, scenic, historic and esthetic values of the environment"?

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court recently had to address that question to determine whether the state’s law encouraging oil and gas drilling violated the state constitution’s “Environmental Rights Amendment.” That amendment … ›

Forum on the "ESA at 40"

Tuesday morning at 9 am Pacific I’ll appear on a radio forum hosted by KQED San Francisco on the Endangered Species Act.  Hope you can join!

The end of abusive class-action lawsuits? Or the end of industry?

The answer is probably, “neither,” but in two cases that we’re asking as amicus for the Supreme Court up this January, the stakes are high.   The cases are Sears v. Butler and Whirlpool … ›

The ESA at 40: hold your applause

On Saturday, the Wall Street Journal published an oped by me and former Interior Department official Julie MacDonald on the Endangered Species Act.  In the piece, we argue that the … ›

President's weekly report — December 27, 2013

Environment — Clean Air Act PLF and the National Association of Manufacturers filed this joint opposition brief in Alec L. v. McCarthy which is now before the D.C. Circuit Court … ›

Of Jerry Brown and Santa Claus

It appears to be PLF week at the San Diego Union Tribune.  Today the paper published this OpEd by PLF attorneys Harold Johnson and yours truly.  The piece discusses PLF’s … ›

San Diego Union Tribune covers PLF's Lynch case

Earlier this week the San Diego Union Tribune covered our Lynch v. California Coastal Commission case which challenges the Coastal Commission‘s policy of phasing out private beach stairways and making it very … ›

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PLF's air litigation: retrospective and prospective

2013 was a big year for PLF’s air litigation program, and 2014 is sure to continue the trend.  Nothing gets me more fired up than bureaucrats who break the law while … ›

Make a Year-End Gift to PLF

There’s still time left in 2013 to do more good for Pacific Legal Foundation It’s coming to an end – Pacific Legal Foundation’s 40th anniversary year of Rescuing Liberty from … ›

What does it mean to have a "right to clean air, pure water, and to the preservation of the natural, scenic, historic and esthetic values of the environment"?

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court recently had to address that question to determine whether the state’s law encouraging oil and gas drilling violated the state constitution’s “Environmental Rights Amendment.” That amendment … ›

Forum on the "ESA at 40"

Tuesday morning at 9 am Pacific I’ll appear on a radio forum hosted by KQED San Francisco on the Endangered Species Act.  Hope you can join!

The end of abusive class-action lawsuits? Or the end of industry?

The answer is probably, “neither,” but in two cases that we’re asking as amicus for the Supreme Court up this January, the stakes are high.   The cases are Sears v. Butler and Whirlpool … ›

The ESA at 40: hold your applause

On Saturday, the Wall Street Journal published an oped by me and former Interior Department official Julie MacDonald on the Endangered Species Act.  In the piece, we argue that the … ›

President's weekly report — December 27, 2013

Environment — Clean Air Act PLF and the National Association of Manufacturers filed this joint opposition brief in Alec L. v. McCarthy which is now before the D.C. Circuit Court … ›

Of Jerry Brown and Santa Claus

It appears to be PLF week at the San Diego Union Tribune.  Today the paper published this OpEd by PLF attorneys Harold Johnson and yours truly.  The piece discusses PLF’s … ›

San Diego Union Tribune covers PLF's Lynch case

Earlier this week the San Diego Union Tribune covered our Lynch v. California Coastal Commission case which challenges the Coastal Commission‘s policy of phasing out private beach stairways and making it very … ›

PLF's air litigation: retrospective and prospective

2013 was a big year for PLF’s air litigation program, and 2014 is sure to continue the trend.  Nothing gets me more fired up than bureaucrats who break the law while … ›

Make a Year-End Gift to PLF

There’s still time left in 2013 to do more good for Pacific Legal Foundation It’s coming to an end – Pacific Legal Foundation’s 40th anniversary year of Rescuing Liberty from … ›

What does it mean to have a "right to clean air, pure water, and to the preservation of the natural, scenic, historic and esthetic values of the environment"?

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court recently had to address that question to determine whether the state’s law encouraging oil and gas drilling violated the state constitution’s “Environmental Rights Amendment.” That amendment … ›

Forum on the "ESA at 40"

Tuesday morning at 9 am Pacific I’ll appear on a radio forum hosted by KQED San Francisco on the Endangered Species Act.  Hope you can join!

The end of abusive class-action lawsuits? Or the end of industry?

The answer is probably, “neither,” but in two cases that we’re asking as amicus for the Supreme Court up this January, the stakes are high.   The cases are Sears v. Butler and Whirlpool … ›

The ESA at 40: hold your applause

On Saturday, the Wall Street Journal published an oped by me and former Interior Department official Julie MacDonald on the Endangered Species Act.  In the piece, we argue that the … ›

President's weekly report — December 27, 2013

Environment — Clean Air Act PLF and the National Association of Manufacturers filed this joint opposition brief in Alec L. v. McCarthy which is now before the D.C. Circuit Court … ›

Of Jerry Brown and Santa Claus

It appears to be PLF week at the San Diego Union Tribune.  Today the paper published this OpEd by PLF attorneys Harold Johnson and yours truly.  The piece discusses PLF’s … ›

San Diego Union Tribune covers PLF's Lynch case

Earlier this week the San Diego Union Tribune covered our Lynch v. California Coastal Commission case which challenges the Coastal Commission‘s policy of phasing out private beach stairways and making it very … ›