Is this the summer of our discontent?

Adherents of free markets and limited government have much to be gloomy about this year. Is now the summer of our discontent, made piteous winter by the loss of Scalia, … ›

Weekly litigation report — July 30, 2016

Murr reply brief filed with Supreme Court Comments filed on wetland permitting rules Endangered species — protecting a frog where it doesn’t croak  Challenge to a “competitor’s veto” law continues … ›

California Teachers Association spends millions to extend "temporary" tax increase

Last year I posted a blog about Bain v. California Teachers Association, a case where several California teachers argued that they should not have to pay the portion of union … ›

PLF responds to Corps’ disappointing nationwide permit proposal

This morning PLF submitted a comment letter to the United States Army Corps of Engineers in response to the Corps’ Proposal to Reissue and Modify Nationwide Permits under the Clean … ›

PLF challenges federal immunity from suit in Ninth Circuit

Recently the trial court in Duarte Nursery v Corps of Engineers dismissed our clients’ First Amendment retaliation claim against the government, on the ground that sovereign immunity shields the federal … ›

PLF files its Supreme Court reply brief in Murr v. Wisconsin

The Supreme Court of the United States today received PLF’s Reply Brief on the Merits in Murr v. Wisconsin, filed on behalf of the Murr family. The case is now … ›

Army Corps pollutes St. Lucie River, evades Clean Water Act

Today, the Stuart News—Florida’s paper of record when it comes to the St. Lucie River—published my op-ed on the destruction the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers visits upon this river … ›

Does Hawkes turn on an agreement between the Corps and EPA?

Some have asserted that the U.S. Supreme Court decision in Hawkes stands or falls on a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) between the Corps and EPA that says Jurisdictional Determinations are … ›

Hawkes and the future of real property litigation

This afternoon I will speak at The Breakers Resort in Palm Beach about United States Army Corps of Engineers v. Hawkes Company with the Florida Bar’s Real Property, Probate, & Trust … ›

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Is this the summer of our discontent?

Adherents of free markets and limited government have much to be gloomy about this year. Is now the summer of our discontent, made piteous winter by the loss of Scalia, … ›

Weekly litigation report — July 30, 2016

Murr reply brief filed with Supreme Court Comments filed on wetland permitting rules Endangered species — protecting a frog where it doesn’t croak  Challenge to a “competitor’s veto” law continues … ›

California Teachers Association spends millions to extend "temporary" tax increase

Last year I posted a blog about Bain v. California Teachers Association, a case where several California teachers argued that they should not have to pay the portion of union … ›

PLF responds to Corps’ disappointing nationwide permit proposal

This morning PLF submitted a comment letter to the United States Army Corps of Engineers in response to the Corps’ Proposal to Reissue and Modify Nationwide Permits under the Clean … ›

PLF challenges federal immunity from suit in Ninth Circuit

Recently the trial court in Duarte Nursery v Corps of Engineers dismissed our clients’ First Amendment retaliation claim against the government, on the ground that sovereign immunity shields the federal … ›

PLF files its Supreme Court reply brief in Murr v. Wisconsin

The Supreme Court of the United States today received PLF’s Reply Brief on the Merits in Murr v. Wisconsin, filed on behalf of the Murr family. The case is now … ›

Army Corps pollutes St. Lucie River, evades Clean Water Act

Today, the Stuart News—Florida’s paper of record when it comes to the St. Lucie River—published my op-ed on the destruction the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers visits upon this river … ›

Does Hawkes turn on an agreement between the Corps and EPA?

Some have asserted that the U.S. Supreme Court decision in Hawkes stands or falls on a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) between the Corps and EPA that says Jurisdictional Determinations are … ›

Hawkes and the future of real property litigation

This afternoon I will speak at The Breakers Resort in Palm Beach about United States Army Corps of Engineers v. Hawkes Company with the Florida Bar’s Real Property, Probate, & Trust … ›

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Is this the summer of our discontent?

Adherents of free markets and limited government have much to be gloomy about this year. Is now the summer of our discontent, made piteous winter by the loss of Scalia, … ›

Weekly litigation report — July 30, 2016

Murr reply brief filed with Supreme Court Comments filed on wetland permitting rules Endangered species — protecting a frog where it doesn’t croak  Challenge to a “competitor’s veto” law continues … ›

California Teachers Association spends millions to extend "temporary" tax increase

Last year I posted a blog about Bain v. California Teachers Association, a case where several California teachers argued that they should not have to pay the portion of union … ›

PLF responds to Corps’ disappointing nationwide permit proposal

This morning PLF submitted a comment letter to the United States Army Corps of Engineers in response to the Corps’ Proposal to Reissue and Modify Nationwide Permits under the Clean … ›

PLF challenges federal immunity from suit in Ninth Circuit

Recently the trial court in Duarte Nursery v Corps of Engineers dismissed our clients’ First Amendment retaliation claim against the government, on the ground that sovereign immunity shields the federal … ›

PLF files its Supreme Court reply brief in Murr v. Wisconsin

The Supreme Court of the United States today received PLF’s Reply Brief on the Merits in Murr v. Wisconsin, filed on behalf of the Murr family. The case is now … ›

Army Corps pollutes St. Lucie River, evades Clean Water Act

Today, the Stuart News—Florida’s paper of record when it comes to the St. Lucie River—published my op-ed on the destruction the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers visits upon this river … ›

Does Hawkes turn on an agreement between the Corps and EPA?

Some have asserted that the U.S. Supreme Court decision in Hawkes stands or falls on a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) between the Corps and EPA that says Jurisdictional Determinations are … ›

Hawkes and the future of real property litigation

This afternoon I will speak at The Breakers Resort in Palm Beach about United States Army Corps of Engineers v. Hawkes Company with the Florida Bar’s Real Property, Probate, & Trust … ›

Is this the summer of our discontent?

Adherents of free markets and limited government have much to be gloomy about this year. Is now the summer of our discontent, made piteous winter by the loss of Scalia, … ›

Weekly litigation report — July 30, 2016

Murr reply brief filed with Supreme Court Comments filed on wetland permitting rules Endangered species — protecting a frog where it doesn’t croak  Challenge to a “competitor’s veto” law continues … ›

California Teachers Association spends millions to extend "temporary" tax increase

Last year I posted a blog about Bain v. California Teachers Association, a case where several California teachers argued that they should not have to pay the portion of union … ›

PLF responds to Corps’ disappointing nationwide permit proposal

This morning PLF submitted a comment letter to the United States Army Corps of Engineers in response to the Corps’ Proposal to Reissue and Modify Nationwide Permits under the Clean … ›

PLF challenges federal immunity from suit in Ninth Circuit

Recently the trial court in Duarte Nursery v Corps of Engineers dismissed our clients’ First Amendment retaliation claim against the government, on the ground that sovereign immunity shields the federal … ›

PLF files its Supreme Court reply brief in Murr v. Wisconsin

The Supreme Court of the United States today received PLF’s Reply Brief on the Merits in Murr v. Wisconsin, filed on behalf of the Murr family. The case is now … ›

Army Corps pollutes St. Lucie River, evades Clean Water Act

Today, the Stuart News—Florida’s paper of record when it comes to the St. Lucie River—published my op-ed on the destruction the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers visits upon this river … ›

Does Hawkes turn on an agreement between the Corps and EPA?

Some have asserted that the U.S. Supreme Court decision in Hawkes stands or falls on a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) between the Corps and EPA that says Jurisdictional Determinations are … ›

Hawkes and the future of real property litigation

This afternoon I will speak at The Breakers Resort in Palm Beach about United States Army Corps of Engineers v. Hawkes Company with the Florida Bar’s Real Property, Probate, & Trust … ›