"Tim the Lawyer" explains today's Supreme Court decisions on Armstrong & Getty

This morning I was in studio to talk about today’s two big Supreme Court decisions with Armstrong and Getty. If you missed it, you can listen here. And you can … ›

Supreme Court upholds religious freedom rights of business owners

Today’s decision in the Hobby Lobby case represents a narrow but important victory for business owners across the United States. The Court ruled that the “contraception mandate” provision of Obamacare … ›

US Supreme Court declines to hear Drakes Bay Oyster Company appeal

Pacific Legal Foundation is very disappointed that the court declined to hear this very important case.  For now, Americans in certain parts of the country will remain subject to second … ›

Harris v. Quinn: Victory for workers!

In Harris v. Quinn, the Supreme Court today struck down an Illinois executive order and law that declares all personal home healthcare assistants to be public employees, for the sole … ›

Tom Sullivan discusses today's Supreme Court decisions with PLF's Timothy Sandefur

I joined Fox Radio’s Tom Sullivan this afternoon to talk about the Hobby Lobby case and the Quinn case, both important victories for economic freedom and the First Amendment. If … ›

Supreme Court denies cert in Minority TV free speech case

Today the Supreme Court denied cert in a First Amendment challenge to the FCC’s ban on certain types of paid advertising on public television stations. The ban prohibits commercials for … ›

Is there any limit to the Takings Clause's Public Use requirement?

Last week, the Utah Supreme Court revived a challenge to the Utah Department of Transportation’s abuse of eminent domain. The Department needed a small part (1.2 acres) of a larger … ›

Nevada bureaucrats: we need to "vet" people before they exercise First Amendment rights

Retired Police Detective and PLF client Troy Castillo The right to speak freely isn’t just for political candidates; it’s also a central part of the right to earn a living. That’s why PLF’s … ›

Whittling away at NFIB v. Sebelius, the SCOTUS way

After the Supreme Court’s decision in NFIB v. Sebelius came out, David Franklin hailed Chief Justice Roberts’ decision in Slate Magazine.  The decision shocked many who thought Roberts would join … ›

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"Tim the Lawyer" explains today's Supreme Court decisions on Armstrong & Getty

This morning I was in studio to talk about today’s two big Supreme Court decisions with Armstrong and Getty. If you missed it, you can listen here. And you can … ›

Supreme Court upholds religious freedom rights of business owners

Today’s decision in the Hobby Lobby case represents a narrow but important victory for business owners across the United States. The Court ruled that the “contraception mandate” provision of Obamacare … ›

US Supreme Court declines to hear Drakes Bay Oyster Company appeal

Pacific Legal Foundation is very disappointed that the court declined to hear this very important case.  For now, Americans in certain parts of the country will remain subject to second … ›

Harris v. Quinn: Victory for workers!

In Harris v. Quinn, the Supreme Court today struck down an Illinois executive order and law that declares all personal home healthcare assistants to be public employees, for the sole … ›

Tom Sullivan discusses today's Supreme Court decisions with PLF's Timothy Sandefur

I joined Fox Radio’s Tom Sullivan this afternoon to talk about the Hobby Lobby case and the Quinn case, both important victories for economic freedom and the First Amendment. If … ›

Supreme Court denies cert in Minority TV free speech case

Today the Supreme Court denied cert in a First Amendment challenge to the FCC’s ban on certain types of paid advertising on public television stations. The ban prohibits commercials for … ›

Is there any limit to the Takings Clause's Public Use requirement?

Last week, the Utah Supreme Court revived a challenge to the Utah Department of Transportation’s abuse of eminent domain. The Department needed a small part (1.2 acres) of a larger … ›

Nevada bureaucrats: we need to "vet" people before they exercise First Amendment rights

Retired Police Detective and PLF client Troy Castillo The right to speak freely isn’t just for political candidates; it’s also a central part of the right to earn a living. That’s why PLF’s … ›

Whittling away at NFIB v. Sebelius, the SCOTUS way

After the Supreme Court’s decision in NFIB v. Sebelius came out, David Franklin hailed Chief Justice Roberts’ decision in Slate Magazine.  The decision shocked many who thought Roberts would join … ›

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"Tim the Lawyer" explains today's Supreme Court decisions on Armstrong & Getty

This morning I was in studio to talk about today’s two big Supreme Court decisions with Armstrong and Getty. If you missed it, you can listen here. And you can … ›

Supreme Court upholds religious freedom rights of business owners

Today’s decision in the Hobby Lobby case represents a narrow but important victory for business owners across the United States. The Court ruled that the “contraception mandate” provision of Obamacare … ›

US Supreme Court declines to hear Drakes Bay Oyster Company appeal

Pacific Legal Foundation is very disappointed that the court declined to hear this very important case.  For now, Americans in certain parts of the country will remain subject to second … ›

Harris v. Quinn: Victory for workers!

In Harris v. Quinn, the Supreme Court today struck down an Illinois executive order and law that declares all personal home healthcare assistants to be public employees, for the sole … ›

Tom Sullivan discusses today's Supreme Court decisions with PLF's Timothy Sandefur

I joined Fox Radio’s Tom Sullivan this afternoon to talk about the Hobby Lobby case and the Quinn case, both important victories for economic freedom and the First Amendment. If … ›

Supreme Court denies cert in Minority TV free speech case

Today the Supreme Court denied cert in a First Amendment challenge to the FCC’s ban on certain types of paid advertising on public television stations. The ban prohibits commercials for … ›

Is there any limit to the Takings Clause's Public Use requirement?

Last week, the Utah Supreme Court revived a challenge to the Utah Department of Transportation’s abuse of eminent domain. The Department needed a small part (1.2 acres) of a larger … ›

Nevada bureaucrats: we need to "vet" people before they exercise First Amendment rights

Retired Police Detective and PLF client Troy Castillo The right to speak freely isn’t just for political candidates; it’s also a central part of the right to earn a living. That’s why PLF’s … ›

Whittling away at NFIB v. Sebelius, the SCOTUS way

After the Supreme Court’s decision in NFIB v. Sebelius came out, David Franklin hailed Chief Justice Roberts’ decision in Slate Magazine.  The decision shocked many who thought Roberts would join … ›

"Tim the Lawyer" explains today's Supreme Court decisions on Armstrong & Getty

This morning I was in studio to talk about today’s two big Supreme Court decisions with Armstrong and Getty. If you missed it, you can listen here. And you can … ›

Supreme Court upholds religious freedom rights of business owners

Today’s decision in the Hobby Lobby case represents a narrow but important victory for business owners across the United States. The Court ruled that the “contraception mandate” provision of Obamacare … ›

US Supreme Court declines to hear Drakes Bay Oyster Company appeal

Pacific Legal Foundation is very disappointed that the court declined to hear this very important case.  For now, Americans in certain parts of the country will remain subject to second … ›

Harris v. Quinn: Victory for workers!

In Harris v. Quinn, the Supreme Court today struck down an Illinois executive order and law that declares all personal home healthcare assistants to be public employees, for the sole … ›

Tom Sullivan discusses today's Supreme Court decisions with PLF's Timothy Sandefur

I joined Fox Radio’s Tom Sullivan this afternoon to talk about the Hobby Lobby case and the Quinn case, both important victories for economic freedom and the First Amendment. If … ›

Supreme Court denies cert in Minority TV free speech case

Today the Supreme Court denied cert in a First Amendment challenge to the FCC’s ban on certain types of paid advertising on public television stations. The ban prohibits commercials for … ›

Is there any limit to the Takings Clause's Public Use requirement?

Last week, the Utah Supreme Court revived a challenge to the Utah Department of Transportation’s abuse of eminent domain. The Department needed a small part (1.2 acres) of a larger … ›

Nevada bureaucrats: we need to "vet" people before they exercise First Amendment rights

Retired Police Detective and PLF client Troy Castillo The right to speak freely isn’t just for political candidates; it’s also a central part of the right to earn a living. That’s why PLF’s … ›

Whittling away at NFIB v. Sebelius, the SCOTUS way

After the Supreme Court’s decision in NFIB v. Sebelius came out, David Franklin hailed Chief Justice Roberts’ decision in Slate Magazine.  The decision shocked many who thought Roberts would join … ›