The federal government pushes radical new agenda against farmers

PLF Director of Communications Harold Johnson hosts a discussion with PLF Senior Staff Attorney Tony Francois about Pacific Legal Foundation’s ongoing case, Duarte v. Corps of Engineers. A recent ruling against … ›

Our work for Yoopers gets some media attention

Pacific Legal Foundation’s Atlantic Center represents clients in courts all over the eastern United States. We recently agreed to represent a local government agency, the Marquette County Road Commission, in … ›

PLF's challenge to warrantless searches highlighted in Long Beach Business Journal

Earlier this month, the Long Beach Business Journal published an article expressing concerns about mandatory property inspections.  Although both tenants and landlords complain about the rental inspection process, the article states … ›

RIP Joe Hicks

We received some very shocking and extremely sad news yesterday. Joe Hicks passed away at the age of 75. I’ve had the pleasure of meeting Joe a number of times, … ›

Federal courts and the duty to decide

Sometimes federal courts will dodge the Constitution rather than defend it. That happened with our constitutional challenge to Montana’s discriminatory school regulations. Yesterday, in Armstrong v. Kadas, we filed a brief asking the Ninth Circuit to … ›

Back to School Choice Week 2016 round-up

PLF is committed to giving parents and students a meaningful choice in education. That is why PLF attorneys work year-round to ensure that families are able to send their children … ›

Tuesday: PLF will join press conference on EPA’s arbitrary roadblock in Michigan

On Tuesday, August 30, I will join officials with the Marquette County Road Commission in the upper peninsula of Michigan for a press conference to discuss how the U.S. EPA … ›

Weekly litigation report — August 27, 2016

Victory over the Coastal Commission Unreasonable EPA denial of road permit Property Rights in Washington State Brief filed in Alaskan wetlands case Court asks government to respond in frog case … ›

PLF opposes government effort to dismiss Duarte Nursery retaliation appeal

We previously reported our appeal to the Ninth Circuit in the Duarte Nursery case. Today’s update is that the Justice Department has asked the Ninth Circuit to dismiss the appeal, … ›

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The federal government pushes radical new agenda against farmers

PLF Director of Communications Harold Johnson hosts a discussion with PLF Senior Staff Attorney Tony Francois about Pacific Legal Foundation’s ongoing case, Duarte v. Corps of Engineers. A recent ruling against … ›

Our work for Yoopers gets some media attention

Pacific Legal Foundation’s Atlantic Center represents clients in courts all over the eastern United States. We recently agreed to represent a local government agency, the Marquette County Road Commission, in … ›

PLF's challenge to warrantless searches highlighted in Long Beach Business Journal

Earlier this month, the Long Beach Business Journal published an article expressing concerns about mandatory property inspections.  Although both tenants and landlords complain about the rental inspection process, the article states … ›

RIP Joe Hicks

We received some very shocking and extremely sad news yesterday. Joe Hicks passed away at the age of 75. I’ve had the pleasure of meeting Joe a number of times, … ›

Federal courts and the duty to decide

Sometimes federal courts will dodge the Constitution rather than defend it. That happened with our constitutional challenge to Montana’s discriminatory school regulations. Yesterday, in Armstrong v. Kadas, we filed a brief asking the Ninth Circuit to … ›

Back to School Choice Week 2016 round-up

PLF is committed to giving parents and students a meaningful choice in education. That is why PLF attorneys work year-round to ensure that families are able to send their children … ›

Tuesday: PLF will join press conference on EPA’s arbitrary roadblock in Michigan

On Tuesday, August 30, I will join officials with the Marquette County Road Commission in the upper peninsula of Michigan for a press conference to discuss how the U.S. EPA … ›

Weekly litigation report — August 27, 2016

Victory over the Coastal Commission Unreasonable EPA denial of road permit Property Rights in Washington State Brief filed in Alaskan wetlands case Court asks government to respond in frog case … ›

PLF opposes government effort to dismiss Duarte Nursery retaliation appeal

We previously reported our appeal to the Ninth Circuit in the Duarte Nursery case. Today’s update is that the Justice Department has asked the Ninth Circuit to dismiss the appeal, … ›

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The federal government pushes radical new agenda against farmers

PLF Director of Communications Harold Johnson hosts a discussion with PLF Senior Staff Attorney Tony Francois about Pacific Legal Foundation’s ongoing case, Duarte v. Corps of Engineers. A recent ruling against … ›

Our work for Yoopers gets some media attention

Pacific Legal Foundation’s Atlantic Center represents clients in courts all over the eastern United States. We recently agreed to represent a local government agency, the Marquette County Road Commission, in … ›

PLF's challenge to warrantless searches highlighted in Long Beach Business Journal

Earlier this month, the Long Beach Business Journal published an article expressing concerns about mandatory property inspections.  Although both tenants and landlords complain about the rental inspection process, the article states … ›

RIP Joe Hicks

We received some very shocking and extremely sad news yesterday. Joe Hicks passed away at the age of 75. I’ve had the pleasure of meeting Joe a number of times, … ›

Federal courts and the duty to decide

Sometimes federal courts will dodge the Constitution rather than defend it. That happened with our constitutional challenge to Montana’s discriminatory school regulations. Yesterday, in Armstrong v. Kadas, we filed a brief asking the Ninth Circuit to … ›

Back to School Choice Week 2016 round-up

PLF is committed to giving parents and students a meaningful choice in education. That is why PLF attorneys work year-round to ensure that families are able to send their children … ›

Tuesday: PLF will join press conference on EPA’s arbitrary roadblock in Michigan

On Tuesday, August 30, I will join officials with the Marquette County Road Commission in the upper peninsula of Michigan for a press conference to discuss how the U.S. EPA … ›

Weekly litigation report — August 27, 2016

Victory over the Coastal Commission Unreasonable EPA denial of road permit Property Rights in Washington State Brief filed in Alaskan wetlands case Court asks government to respond in frog case … ›

PLF opposes government effort to dismiss Duarte Nursery retaliation appeal

We previously reported our appeal to the Ninth Circuit in the Duarte Nursery case. Today’s update is that the Justice Department has asked the Ninth Circuit to dismiss the appeal, … ›

The federal government pushes radical new agenda against farmers

PLF Director of Communications Harold Johnson hosts a discussion with PLF Senior Staff Attorney Tony Francois about Pacific Legal Foundation’s ongoing case, Duarte v. Corps of Engineers. A recent ruling against … ›

Our work for Yoopers gets some media attention

Pacific Legal Foundation’s Atlantic Center represents clients in courts all over the eastern United States. We recently agreed to represent a local government agency, the Marquette County Road Commission, in … ›

PLF's challenge to warrantless searches highlighted in Long Beach Business Journal

Earlier this month, the Long Beach Business Journal published an article expressing concerns about mandatory property inspections.  Although both tenants and landlords complain about the rental inspection process, the article states … ›

RIP Joe Hicks

We received some very shocking and extremely sad news yesterday. Joe Hicks passed away at the age of 75. I’ve had the pleasure of meeting Joe a number of times, … ›

Federal courts and the duty to decide

Sometimes federal courts will dodge the Constitution rather than defend it. That happened with our constitutional challenge to Montana’s discriminatory school regulations. Yesterday, in Armstrong v. Kadas, we filed a brief asking the Ninth Circuit to … ›

Back to School Choice Week 2016 round-up

PLF is committed to giving parents and students a meaningful choice in education. That is why PLF attorneys work year-round to ensure that families are able to send their children … ›

Tuesday: PLF will join press conference on EPA’s arbitrary roadblock in Michigan

On Tuesday, August 30, I will join officials with the Marquette County Road Commission in the upper peninsula of Michigan for a press conference to discuss how the U.S. EPA … ›

Weekly litigation report — August 27, 2016

Victory over the Coastal Commission Unreasonable EPA denial of road permit Property Rights in Washington State Brief filed in Alaskan wetlands case Court asks government to respond in frog case … ›

PLF opposes government effort to dismiss Duarte Nursery retaliation appeal

We previously reported our appeal to the Ninth Circuit in the Duarte Nursery case. Today’s update is that the Justice Department has asked the Ninth Circuit to dismiss the appeal, … ›