PLF applauds nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court

Sacramento, CA and Washington, DC; January 31, 2017: Responding to today’s nomination announcement, Pacific Legal Foundation praised the qualifications and fitness of Judge Neil Gorsuch to serve on the Supreme … ›

Challenge to California’s gray wolf listing

We commenced our challenge to the California Fish and Game Commission’s listing of the gray wolf under the state’s Endangered Species Act.

Ranchers challenge ‘endangered’ listing of gray wolf

The listing of the California Gray Wolf as an endangered species has caused ranchers throughout the state concerned of the damage caused by wolves.

Weekly litigation report — January 28, 2017

School Choice Week 2017 Hawkes Company secures important victory on remand from Supreme Court WOTUS Rule update Favorable tort decision from the Texas Supreme Court PLF files brief in New … ›

California's compelled disclosure law returns to the Ninth Circuit

Whether people want to donate to the Tea Party or the Socialist Party, they have a right to keep their donations anonymous. Since 2010, California has tried to interfere with those … ›

WSJ columnist strongly endorses PLF idea to kill bad regulations

In her most recent column, Kimberly Strassel writes that an idea I’ve been promoting is a “Regulatory Game Changer” that would allow Congress to “overrule Obama regulations going back to … ›

Anaheim school district soon to be in court

Last year, PLF and Parent Revolution joined forces to support a group of elementary school parents who were sued by the Anaheim school district. What did the parents do to warrant … ›

Score one for “reasonable” application of tort liability

When Alan Petrie was assaulted and robbed in a Houston apartment complex visitors’ parking lot at 2:00 a.m., he sued the apartment management companies for their failure to protect him. … ›

NY Courts are not the proper venue for political arguments

Today, PLF filed an amicus brief in New York supporting the New York Farm Bureau’s defense against a transparently political lawsuit. In the case, several union groups are asking the … ›

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PLF applauds nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court

Sacramento, CA and Washington, DC; January 31, 2017: Responding to today’s nomination announcement, Pacific Legal Foundation praised the qualifications and fitness of Judge Neil Gorsuch to serve on the Supreme … ›

Challenge to California’s gray wolf listing

We commenced our challenge to the California Fish and Game Commission’s listing of the gray wolf under the state’s Endangered Species Act.

Ranchers challenge ‘endangered’ listing of gray wolf

The listing of the California Gray Wolf as an endangered species has caused ranchers throughout the state concerned of the damage caused by wolves.

Weekly litigation report — January 28, 2017

School Choice Week 2017 Hawkes Company secures important victory on remand from Supreme Court WOTUS Rule update Favorable tort decision from the Texas Supreme Court PLF files brief in New … ›

California's compelled disclosure law returns to the Ninth Circuit

Whether people want to donate to the Tea Party or the Socialist Party, they have a right to keep their donations anonymous. Since 2010, California has tried to interfere with those … ›

WSJ columnist strongly endorses PLF idea to kill bad regulations

In her most recent column, Kimberly Strassel writes that an idea I’ve been promoting is a “Regulatory Game Changer” that would allow Congress to “overrule Obama regulations going back to … ›

Anaheim school district soon to be in court

Last year, PLF and Parent Revolution joined forces to support a group of elementary school parents who were sued by the Anaheim school district. What did the parents do to warrant … ›

Score one for “reasonable” application of tort liability

When Alan Petrie was assaulted and robbed in a Houston apartment complex visitors’ parking lot at 2:00 a.m., he sued the apartment management companies for their failure to protect him. … ›

NY Courts are not the proper venue for political arguments

Today, PLF filed an amicus brief in New York supporting the New York Farm Bureau’s defense against a transparently political lawsuit. In the case, several union groups are asking the … ›

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PLF applauds nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court

Sacramento, CA and Washington, DC; January 31, 2017: Responding to today’s nomination announcement, Pacific Legal Foundation praised the qualifications and fitness of Judge Neil Gorsuch to serve on the Supreme … ›

Challenge to California’s gray wolf listing

We commenced our challenge to the California Fish and Game Commission’s listing of the gray wolf under the state’s Endangered Species Act.

Ranchers challenge ‘endangered’ listing of gray wolf

The listing of the California Gray Wolf as an endangered species has caused ranchers throughout the state concerned of the damage caused by wolves.

Weekly litigation report — January 28, 2017

School Choice Week 2017 Hawkes Company secures important victory on remand from Supreme Court WOTUS Rule update Favorable tort decision from the Texas Supreme Court PLF files brief in New … ›

California's compelled disclosure law returns to the Ninth Circuit

Whether people want to donate to the Tea Party or the Socialist Party, they have a right to keep their donations anonymous. Since 2010, California has tried to interfere with those … ›

WSJ columnist strongly endorses PLF idea to kill bad regulations

In her most recent column, Kimberly Strassel writes that an idea I’ve been promoting is a “Regulatory Game Changer” that would allow Congress to “overrule Obama regulations going back to … ›

Anaheim school district soon to be in court

Last year, PLF and Parent Revolution joined forces to support a group of elementary school parents who were sued by the Anaheim school district. What did the parents do to warrant … ›

Score one for “reasonable” application of tort liability

When Alan Petrie was assaulted and robbed in a Houston apartment complex visitors’ parking lot at 2:00 a.m., he sued the apartment management companies for their failure to protect him. … ›

NY Courts are not the proper venue for political arguments

Today, PLF filed an amicus brief in New York supporting the New York Farm Bureau’s defense against a transparently political lawsuit. In the case, several union groups are asking the … ›

PLF applauds nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court

Sacramento, CA and Washington, DC; January 31, 2017: Responding to today’s nomination announcement, Pacific Legal Foundation praised the qualifications and fitness of Judge Neil Gorsuch to serve on the Supreme … ›

Challenge to California’s gray wolf listing

We commenced our challenge to the California Fish and Game Commission’s listing of the gray wolf under the state’s Endangered Species Act.

Ranchers challenge ‘endangered’ listing of gray wolf

The listing of the California Gray Wolf as an endangered species has caused ranchers throughout the state concerned of the damage caused by wolves.

Weekly litigation report — January 28, 2017

School Choice Week 2017 Hawkes Company secures important victory on remand from Supreme Court WOTUS Rule update Favorable tort decision from the Texas Supreme Court PLF files brief in New … ›

California's compelled disclosure law returns to the Ninth Circuit

Whether people want to donate to the Tea Party or the Socialist Party, they have a right to keep their donations anonymous. Since 2010, California has tried to interfere with those … ›

WSJ columnist strongly endorses PLF idea to kill bad regulations

In her most recent column, Kimberly Strassel writes that an idea I’ve been promoting is a “Regulatory Game Changer” that would allow Congress to “overrule Obama regulations going back to … ›

Anaheim school district soon to be in court

Last year, PLF and Parent Revolution joined forces to support a group of elementary school parents who were sued by the Anaheim school district. What did the parents do to warrant … ›

Score one for “reasonable” application of tort liability

When Alan Petrie was assaulted and robbed in a Houston apartment complex visitors’ parking lot at 2:00 a.m., he sued the apartment management companies for their failure to protect him. … ›

NY Courts are not the proper venue for political arguments

Today, PLF filed an amicus brief in New York supporting the New York Farm Bureau’s defense against a transparently political lawsuit. In the case, several union groups are asking the … ›