PLF asks U.S. Supreme Court to grant review of a Washington state “relevant parcel” case

PLF lawyers filed a petition asking the U.S. Supreme Court to grant and hold the Washington state regulatory takings case, Kinderace v. City of Sammamish, pending its anticipated decision in … ›

Business losses may be awarded as just compensation, just not in this case

Today, we received a mixed decision from the Louisiana Supreme Court in the amicus case, South LaFourche Levee District v. Jarreau. As you may recall, Jarreau asked the Louisiana Supreme … ›

PLF asks the U.S. Supreme Court to rule that there is no “legislative exception” to the unconstitutional conditions doctrine

On Friday, PLF attorneys filed a petition for a writ of certiorari with the U.S. Supreme Court in the case, 616 Croft Ave, LLC v. City of West Hollywood. The … ›

PLF asks Louisiana Supreme Court to curtail eminent domain abuse

Eminent domain—the sovereign’s authority to take private property without the owner’s consent—is a terrible and awesome power, which is why the nation’s founders placed two key restrictions on its exercise: … ›

Seattle Takes a National Lead in Robbing Landlords of Basic Rights

With a heavy-handed new law that is the first of its kind in the nation, Seattle has set its regulatory crosshairs on landlords, attempting to police their inner thoughts and … ›

Murr v. State of Wisconsin: Esoteric Regulatory Takings Question Could Affect All Homeowners

The US Supreme Court is set to resolve a critically important question of regulatory takings law this term in the case, Murr v. State of Wisconsin, Dkt. No. 15-214. At issue is … ›

Washington Supreme Court to consider the limits of the public trust doctrine

The Washington State Supreme Court is set to hear arguments next month in Chelan Basin Conservancy v. GBI Holding Co., which is a very important and far-reaching case concerning the … ›

PLF petition seeks review of West Hollywood’s extortionate “affordable-housing” scheme

Earlier today, PLF attorneys filed the reply brief in 616 Croft Ave, LLC v. City of West Hollywood. As you may recall, this case arose from the City’s demand that … ›

A not-so-affordable answer to the housing shortage

The lack of affordable housing is a real crisis. We need and deserve meaningful solutions. At the very least, we need to discuss the cost of overregulation on middle and … ›

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PLF asks U.S. Supreme Court to grant review of a Washington state “relevant parcel” case

PLF lawyers filed a petition asking the U.S. Supreme Court to grant and hold the Washington state regulatory takings case, Kinderace v. City of Sammamish, pending its anticipated decision in … ›

Business losses may be awarded as just compensation, just not in this case

Today, we received a mixed decision from the Louisiana Supreme Court in the amicus case, South LaFourche Levee District v. Jarreau. As you may recall, Jarreau asked the Louisiana Supreme … ›

PLF asks the U.S. Supreme Court to rule that there is no “legislative exception” to the unconstitutional conditions doctrine

On Friday, PLF attorneys filed a petition for a writ of certiorari with the U.S. Supreme Court in the case, 616 Croft Ave, LLC v. City of West Hollywood. The … ›

PLF asks Louisiana Supreme Court to curtail eminent domain abuse

Eminent domain—the sovereign’s authority to take private property without the owner’s consent—is a terrible and awesome power, which is why the nation’s founders placed two key restrictions on its exercise: … ›

Seattle Takes a National Lead in Robbing Landlords of Basic Rights

With a heavy-handed new law that is the first of its kind in the nation, Seattle has set its regulatory crosshairs on landlords, attempting to police their inner thoughts and … ›

Murr v. State of Wisconsin: Esoteric Regulatory Takings Question Could Affect All Homeowners

The US Supreme Court is set to resolve a critically important question of regulatory takings law this term in the case, Murr v. State of Wisconsin, Dkt. No. 15-214. At issue is … ›

Washington Supreme Court to consider the limits of the public trust doctrine

The Washington State Supreme Court is set to hear arguments next month in Chelan Basin Conservancy v. GBI Holding Co., which is a very important and far-reaching case concerning the … ›

PLF petition seeks review of West Hollywood’s extortionate “affordable-housing” scheme

Earlier today, PLF attorneys filed the reply brief in 616 Croft Ave, LLC v. City of West Hollywood. As you may recall, this case arose from the City’s demand that … ›

A not-so-affordable answer to the housing shortage

The lack of affordable housing is a real crisis. We need and deserve meaningful solutions. At the very least, we need to discuss the cost of overregulation on middle and … ›

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PLF asks U.S. Supreme Court to grant review of a Washington state “relevant parcel” case

PLF lawyers filed a petition asking the U.S. Supreme Court to grant and hold the Washington state regulatory takings case, Kinderace v. City of Sammamish, pending its anticipated decision in … ›

Business losses may be awarded as just compensation, just not in this case

Today, we received a mixed decision from the Louisiana Supreme Court in the amicus case, South LaFourche Levee District v. Jarreau. As you may recall, Jarreau asked the Louisiana Supreme … ›

PLF asks the U.S. Supreme Court to rule that there is no “legislative exception” to the unconstitutional conditions doctrine

On Friday, PLF attorneys filed a petition for a writ of certiorari with the U.S. Supreme Court in the case, 616 Croft Ave, LLC v. City of West Hollywood. The … ›

PLF asks Louisiana Supreme Court to curtail eminent domain abuse

Eminent domain—the sovereign’s authority to take private property without the owner’s consent—is a terrible and awesome power, which is why the nation’s founders placed two key restrictions on its exercise: … ›

Seattle Takes a National Lead in Robbing Landlords of Basic Rights

With a heavy-handed new law that is the first of its kind in the nation, Seattle has set its regulatory crosshairs on landlords, attempting to police their inner thoughts and … ›

Murr v. State of Wisconsin: Esoteric Regulatory Takings Question Could Affect All Homeowners

The US Supreme Court is set to resolve a critically important question of regulatory takings law this term in the case, Murr v. State of Wisconsin, Dkt. No. 15-214. At issue is … ›

Washington Supreme Court to consider the limits of the public trust doctrine

The Washington State Supreme Court is set to hear arguments next month in Chelan Basin Conservancy v. GBI Holding Co., which is a very important and far-reaching case concerning the … ›

PLF petition seeks review of West Hollywood’s extortionate “affordable-housing” scheme

Earlier today, PLF attorneys filed the reply brief in 616 Croft Ave, LLC v. City of West Hollywood. As you may recall, this case arose from the City’s demand that … ›

A not-so-affordable answer to the housing shortage

The lack of affordable housing is a real crisis. We need and deserve meaningful solutions. At the very least, we need to discuss the cost of overregulation on middle and … ›

PLF asks U.S. Supreme Court to grant review of a Washington state “relevant parcel” case

PLF lawyers filed a petition asking the U.S. Supreme Court to grant and hold the Washington state regulatory takings case, Kinderace v. City of Sammamish, pending its anticipated decision in … ›

Business losses may be awarded as just compensation, just not in this case

Today, we received a mixed decision from the Louisiana Supreme Court in the amicus case, South LaFourche Levee District v. Jarreau. As you may recall, Jarreau asked the Louisiana Supreme … ›

PLF asks the U.S. Supreme Court to rule that there is no “legislative exception” to the unconstitutional conditions doctrine

On Friday, PLF attorneys filed a petition for a writ of certiorari with the U.S. Supreme Court in the case, 616 Croft Ave, LLC v. City of West Hollywood. The … ›

PLF asks Louisiana Supreme Court to curtail eminent domain abuse

Eminent domain—the sovereign’s authority to take private property without the owner’s consent—is a terrible and awesome power, which is why the nation’s founders placed two key restrictions on its exercise: … ›

Seattle Takes a National Lead in Robbing Landlords of Basic Rights

With a heavy-handed new law that is the first of its kind in the nation, Seattle has set its regulatory crosshairs on landlords, attempting to police their inner thoughts and … ›

Murr v. State of Wisconsin: Esoteric Regulatory Takings Question Could Affect All Homeowners

The US Supreme Court is set to resolve a critically important question of regulatory takings law this term in the case, Murr v. State of Wisconsin, Dkt. No. 15-214. At issue is … ›

Washington Supreme Court to consider the limits of the public trust doctrine

The Washington State Supreme Court is set to hear arguments next month in Chelan Basin Conservancy v. GBI Holding Co., which is a very important and far-reaching case concerning the … ›

PLF petition seeks review of West Hollywood’s extortionate “affordable-housing” scheme

Earlier today, PLF attorneys filed the reply brief in 616 Croft Ave, LLC v. City of West Hollywood. As you may recall, this case arose from the City’s demand that … ›

A not-so-affordable answer to the housing shortage

The lack of affordable housing is a real crisis. We need and deserve meaningful solutions. At the very least, we need to discuss the cost of overregulation on middle and … ›