Minerva Dairy challenges Wisconsin's anti-competitive artisanal butter ban

This morning, Minerva Dairy and its President, Adam Mueller, challenged a Wisconsin law that bans butter from being sold within Wisconsin if it hasn’t first been “graded.” Wisconsin’s law prevents … ›

Oral argument in Edmund's lawsuit against discriminatory St. Louis policy

This upcoming Wednesday, April 5, Wencong Fa and I will be in St. Louis for oral argument in E.L. v. Voluntary Interdistrict Choice Corporation. We will be representing Edmund Lee and … ›

Helping cottage food vendors out of an Alaskan pickle

PLF receives requests for assistance all the time. Although any request may turn into a major civil rights lawsuit, we must turn down the vast majority of these requests. PLF subsists … ›

PLF wins important first step in "union walkaround" lawsuit

Late Friday, the United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas denied (in part) OSHA’s motion to dismiss our lawsuit challenging the agency’s “union walkaround” rule. Filed back … ›

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 … ›

School Choice Week podcast

This week’s Courting Liberty podcast is all about school choice. I am joined on the podcast by Wencong Fa. As PLF’s leading school choice litigators, we discuss the history of school … ›

Welcome to School Choice Week 2017

This is the sixth consecutive year that PLF is happy to celebrate School Choice Week with our friends across the country. School choice embodies the simple proposition that parents know … ›

Confusing and disappointing decision in lawsuit against charter school

This morning we received a disappointing decision in Anderson Union High School District v. Shasta Secondary Home School. The court of appeal held that non-classroom based charter schools may not operate … ›

Happy Constitution Day!

September 17 is Constitution Day — the day our Founders signed the Constitution in 1787. At PLF we think it’s a reason to celebrate. We haven’t missed a Constitution Day on the … ›

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Minerva Dairy challenges Wisconsin's anti-competitive artisanal butter ban

This morning, Minerva Dairy and its President, Adam Mueller, challenged a Wisconsin law that bans butter from being sold within Wisconsin if it hasn’t first been “graded.” Wisconsin’s law prevents … ›

Oral argument in Edmund's lawsuit against discriminatory St. Louis policy

This upcoming Wednesday, April 5, Wencong Fa and I will be in St. Louis for oral argument in E.L. v. Voluntary Interdistrict Choice Corporation. We will be representing Edmund Lee and … ›

Helping cottage food vendors out of an Alaskan pickle

PLF receives requests for assistance all the time. Although any request may turn into a major civil rights lawsuit, we must turn down the vast majority of these requests. PLF subsists … ›

PLF wins important first step in "union walkaround" lawsuit

Late Friday, the United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas denied (in part) OSHA’s motion to dismiss our lawsuit challenging the agency’s “union walkaround” rule. Filed back … ›

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 … ›

School Choice Week podcast

This week’s Courting Liberty podcast is all about school choice. I am joined on the podcast by Wencong Fa. As PLF’s leading school choice litigators, we discuss the history of school … ›

Welcome to School Choice Week 2017

This is the sixth consecutive year that PLF is happy to celebrate School Choice Week with our friends across the country. School choice embodies the simple proposition that parents know … ›

Confusing and disappointing decision in lawsuit against charter school

This morning we received a disappointing decision in Anderson Union High School District v. Shasta Secondary Home School. The court of appeal held that non-classroom based charter schools may not operate … ›

Happy Constitution Day!

September 17 is Constitution Day — the day our Founders signed the Constitution in 1787. At PLF we think it’s a reason to celebrate. We haven’t missed a Constitution Day on the … ›

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Minerva Dairy challenges Wisconsin's anti-competitive artisanal butter ban

This morning, Minerva Dairy and its President, Adam Mueller, challenged a Wisconsin law that bans butter from being sold within Wisconsin if it hasn’t first been “graded.” Wisconsin’s law prevents … ›

Oral argument in Edmund's lawsuit against discriminatory St. Louis policy

This upcoming Wednesday, April 5, Wencong Fa and I will be in St. Louis for oral argument in E.L. v. Voluntary Interdistrict Choice Corporation. We will be representing Edmund Lee and … ›

Helping cottage food vendors out of an Alaskan pickle

PLF receives requests for assistance all the time. Although any request may turn into a major civil rights lawsuit, we must turn down the vast majority of these requests. PLF subsists … ›

PLF wins important first step in "union walkaround" lawsuit

Late Friday, the United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas denied (in part) OSHA’s motion to dismiss our lawsuit challenging the agency’s “union walkaround” rule. Filed back … ›

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 … ›

School Choice Week podcast

This week’s Courting Liberty podcast is all about school choice. I am joined on the podcast by Wencong Fa. As PLF’s leading school choice litigators, we discuss the history of school … ›

Welcome to School Choice Week 2017

This is the sixth consecutive year that PLF is happy to celebrate School Choice Week with our friends across the country. School choice embodies the simple proposition that parents know … ›

Confusing and disappointing decision in lawsuit against charter school

This morning we received a disappointing decision in Anderson Union High School District v. Shasta Secondary Home School. The court of appeal held that non-classroom based charter schools may not operate … ›

Happy Constitution Day!

September 17 is Constitution Day — the day our Founders signed the Constitution in 1787. At PLF we think it’s a reason to celebrate. We haven’t missed a Constitution Day on the … ›

Minerva Dairy challenges Wisconsin's anti-competitive artisanal butter ban

This morning, Minerva Dairy and its President, Adam Mueller, challenged a Wisconsin law that bans butter from being sold within Wisconsin if it hasn’t first been “graded.” Wisconsin’s law prevents … ›

Oral argument in Edmund's lawsuit against discriminatory St. Louis policy

This upcoming Wednesday, April 5, Wencong Fa and I will be in St. Louis for oral argument in E.L. v. Voluntary Interdistrict Choice Corporation. We will be representing Edmund Lee and … ›

Helping cottage food vendors out of an Alaskan pickle

PLF receives requests for assistance all the time. Although any request may turn into a major civil rights lawsuit, we must turn down the vast majority of these requests. PLF subsists … ›

PLF wins important first step in "union walkaround" lawsuit

Late Friday, the United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas denied (in part) OSHA’s motion to dismiss our lawsuit challenging the agency’s “union walkaround” rule. Filed back … ›

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 … ›

School Choice Week podcast

This week’s Courting Liberty podcast is all about school choice. I am joined on the podcast by Wencong Fa. As PLF’s leading school choice litigators, we discuss the history of school … ›

Welcome to School Choice Week 2017

This is the sixth consecutive year that PLF is happy to celebrate School Choice Week with our friends across the country. School choice embodies the simple proposition that parents know … ›

Confusing and disappointing decision in lawsuit against charter school

This morning we received a disappointing decision in Anderson Union High School District v. Shasta Secondary Home School. The court of appeal held that non-classroom based charter schools may not operate … ›

Happy Constitution Day!

September 17 is Constitution Day — the day our Founders signed the Constitution in 1787. At PLF we think it’s a reason to celebrate. We haven’t missed a Constitution Day on the … ›