"This Court should hold that S3292 is a content-based speech restriction. Otherwise, government may be emboldened to burden more speech and restrict yet more advice offered by various professionals to willing clients."
April 03, 2024 2024-04-03
Third Circuit Court of Appeals
West Virginia’s statute muzzles truthful professional speech because consumers might respond with poor choices. We ask the Supreme Court to halt this prior restraint.
September 21, 2022 2022-09-21
Supreme Court of the United States
On behalf of PLF Client Prof. Elizabeth Weiss, PLF tells the Fourth Circuit that academics should be allowed to prove their claims when institutions retaliate against them for their speech or opinions.
September 06, 2023 2023-09-06
United States Court of Appeal for the Fourth Circuit
Nominal damages ensure more than symbolic vindication of constitutional rights
September 25, 2020 2020-09-25
Supreme Court of the United States
July 01, 2017 2017-07-01
Supreme Court of the United States
San Francisco’s tactics in its war on soda violate the First Amendment
August 03, 2016 2016-08-03
Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals
California unconstitutionally imposes mandatory arbitration for labor contracts in the agricultural sector
May 16, 2015 2015-05-16
California Supreme Court

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