Plaintiffs bringing civil rights claims usually don’t have to pay the government’s attorneys’ fees if they lose. PLF tells the Eighth Circuit to overturn a district court that stuck plaintiffs who objected to an “anti-racist” training program with the bill for the litigation.
June 08, 2023 2023-06-08
United States Court of Appeal for the Eighth Circuit
PLF tells a Texas trial court that a state law preventing direct-to-consumer car sales violates the constitutionally protected right of economic liberty.
December 08, 2022 2022-12-08
U.S. District Court for West Texas
California Can’t Arbitrarily Force People to Be Employees
July 08, 2020 2020-07-08
United States Ninth Court of Appeals
Addressing groundwater regulation must be left to state and local governments
December 09, 2019 2019-12-09
Supreme Court of the United States
Can the government deny privately donated scholarships to religious school students just because the donor receives a tax credit?
December 09, 2019 2019-12-09
Supreme Court of the United States
Adverse decision in case supporting defendants’ right to a jury trial
September 01, 2017 2017-09-01
Supreme Court of the United States
July 01, 2017 2017-07-01
Supreme Court of the United States
Georgia Constitution disallows economic protectionism
May 25, 2017 2017-05-25
Georgia Supreme Court
Cosmetology cartel seeks to squash competition by African-style hair braiders
September 01, 2017 2017-09-01
Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals

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