President's weekly report — February 27, 2015

Overcriminalization and the fishy abuse of Sarbanes-Oxley The United States Supreme Court issued a good decision in Yates v. United States, in favor of fisherman John Yates.  As described in our blog, … ›

How business friendly is Nevada, really?

The Sacramento Bee‘s Dale Kasler has an in-depth article about our latest Competitor’s Veto lawsuit, challenging Nevada’s laws that bar people from starting moving businesses, limo companies, or taxi businesses, … ›

PLF's Timothy Sandefur joins Armstrong & Getty at 9

I’ll be in studio with Armstrong & Getty at 9 am Pacific this morning. You can listen online here. Update: If you missed it, you can listen to the podcast … ›

Rescuing teachers from the grasp of forced unionism

California law forces all public school teachers to pay chargeable dues to the labor union that represents them, regardless of whether they are union members.  California law also forces all … ›

Daily Journal publishes PLF op ed on Yates v. U.S.

Earlier today, the San Francisco Daily Journal published Pacific Legal Foundation’s op-ed on the Yates v. United States decision handed down by the Supreme Court of the United States this week.  In … ›

This morning's catch at the Supreme Court of the United States

The news this morning brought word that the Supreme Court of the United States ruled in favor of Captain John Yates of the Miss Katie in his eight-year battle with the … ›

UPDATE: Anastasia Boden on the Kevin Wall show

I’ll be on the Kevin Wall show at 9:05 am PST to talk about Competitor’s Veto laws and our fight for economic liberty in Nevada.  Tune in here, or if … ›

Supreme Court gives entrepreneurs a tool to fight back

Moments ago, the United States Supreme Court issued its decision in North Carolina Board of Dental Examiners v. FTC, an antitrust lawsuit in which the Federal Trade Commission sued a … ›

North Carolina Supreme Court to decide constitutionality of vouchers

Today the North Carolina Supreme Court heard argument in two cases that are of vital interest to approximately 1,800 of the state’s school children. The lawsuits target the school voucher program that … ›

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President's weekly report — February 27, 2015

Overcriminalization and the fishy abuse of Sarbanes-Oxley The United States Supreme Court issued a good decision in Yates v. United States, in favor of fisherman John Yates.  As described in our blog, … ›

How business friendly is Nevada, really?

The Sacramento Bee‘s Dale Kasler has an in-depth article about our latest Competitor’s Veto lawsuit, challenging Nevada’s laws that bar people from starting moving businesses, limo companies, or taxi businesses, … ›

PLF's Timothy Sandefur joins Armstrong & Getty at 9

I’ll be in studio with Armstrong & Getty at 9 am Pacific this morning. You can listen online here. Update: If you missed it, you can listen to the podcast … ›

Rescuing teachers from the grasp of forced unionism

California law forces all public school teachers to pay chargeable dues to the labor union that represents them, regardless of whether they are union members.  California law also forces all … ›

Daily Journal publishes PLF op ed on Yates v. U.S.

Earlier today, the San Francisco Daily Journal published Pacific Legal Foundation’s op-ed on the Yates v. United States decision handed down by the Supreme Court of the United States this week.  In … ›

This morning's catch at the Supreme Court of the United States

The news this morning brought word that the Supreme Court of the United States ruled in favor of Captain John Yates of the Miss Katie in his eight-year battle with the … ›

UPDATE: Anastasia Boden on the Kevin Wall show

I’ll be on the Kevin Wall show at 9:05 am PST to talk about Competitor’s Veto laws and our fight for economic liberty in Nevada.  Tune in here, or if … ›

Supreme Court gives entrepreneurs a tool to fight back

Moments ago, the United States Supreme Court issued its decision in North Carolina Board of Dental Examiners v. FTC, an antitrust lawsuit in which the Federal Trade Commission sued a … ›

North Carolina Supreme Court to decide constitutionality of vouchers

Today the North Carolina Supreme Court heard argument in two cases that are of vital interest to approximately 1,800 of the state’s school children. The lawsuits target the school voucher program that … ›

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President's weekly report — February 27, 2015

Overcriminalization and the fishy abuse of Sarbanes-Oxley The United States Supreme Court issued a good decision in Yates v. United States, in favor of fisherman John Yates.  As described in our blog, … ›

How business friendly is Nevada, really?

The Sacramento Bee‘s Dale Kasler has an in-depth article about our latest Competitor’s Veto lawsuit, challenging Nevada’s laws that bar people from starting moving businesses, limo companies, or taxi businesses, … ›

PLF's Timothy Sandefur joins Armstrong & Getty at 9

I’ll be in studio with Armstrong & Getty at 9 am Pacific this morning. You can listen online here. Update: If you missed it, you can listen to the podcast … ›

Rescuing teachers from the grasp of forced unionism

California law forces all public school teachers to pay chargeable dues to the labor union that represents them, regardless of whether they are union members.  California law also forces all … ›

Daily Journal publishes PLF op ed on Yates v. U.S.

Earlier today, the San Francisco Daily Journal published Pacific Legal Foundation’s op-ed on the Yates v. United States decision handed down by the Supreme Court of the United States this week.  In … ›

This morning's catch at the Supreme Court of the United States

The news this morning brought word that the Supreme Court of the United States ruled in favor of Captain John Yates of the Miss Katie in his eight-year battle with the … ›

UPDATE: Anastasia Boden on the Kevin Wall show

I’ll be on the Kevin Wall show at 9:05 am PST to talk about Competitor’s Veto laws and our fight for economic liberty in Nevada.  Tune in here, or if … ›

Supreme Court gives entrepreneurs a tool to fight back

Moments ago, the United States Supreme Court issued its decision in North Carolina Board of Dental Examiners v. FTC, an antitrust lawsuit in which the Federal Trade Commission sued a … ›

North Carolina Supreme Court to decide constitutionality of vouchers

Today the North Carolina Supreme Court heard argument in two cases that are of vital interest to approximately 1,800 of the state’s school children. The lawsuits target the school voucher program that … ›

President's weekly report — February 27, 2015

Overcriminalization and the fishy abuse of Sarbanes-Oxley The United States Supreme Court issued a good decision in Yates v. United States, in favor of fisherman John Yates.  As described in our blog, … ›

How business friendly is Nevada, really?

The Sacramento Bee‘s Dale Kasler has an in-depth article about our latest Competitor’s Veto lawsuit, challenging Nevada’s laws that bar people from starting moving businesses, limo companies, or taxi businesses, … ›

PLF's Timothy Sandefur joins Armstrong & Getty at 9

I’ll be in studio with Armstrong & Getty at 9 am Pacific this morning. You can listen online here. Update: If you missed it, you can listen to the podcast … ›

Rescuing teachers from the grasp of forced unionism

California law forces all public school teachers to pay chargeable dues to the labor union that represents them, regardless of whether they are union members.  California law also forces all … ›

Daily Journal publishes PLF op ed on Yates v. U.S.

Earlier today, the San Francisco Daily Journal published Pacific Legal Foundation’s op-ed on the Yates v. United States decision handed down by the Supreme Court of the United States this week.  In … ›

This morning's catch at the Supreme Court of the United States

The news this morning brought word that the Supreme Court of the United States ruled in favor of Captain John Yates of the Miss Katie in his eight-year battle with the … ›

UPDATE: Anastasia Boden on the Kevin Wall show

I’ll be on the Kevin Wall show at 9:05 am PST to talk about Competitor’s Veto laws and our fight for economic liberty in Nevada.  Tune in here, or if … ›

Supreme Court gives entrepreneurs a tool to fight back

Moments ago, the United States Supreme Court issued its decision in North Carolina Board of Dental Examiners v. FTC, an antitrust lawsuit in which the Federal Trade Commission sued a … ›

North Carolina Supreme Court to decide constitutionality of vouchers

Today the North Carolina Supreme Court heard argument in two cases that are of vital interest to approximately 1,800 of the state’s school children. The lawsuits target the school voucher program that … ›