Property rights ruling secures family's coastal mobilehome

Last year PLF took on a case against the California Coastal Commission, representing the Wills family. When the Wills sought a permit to replace the aging mobilehome on their beachfront … ›

Partial win for property rights in San Diego

PLF received a ruling last Friday from a San Diego County Superior Court striking down unconstitutional land use regulations imposed by the City of Solana Beach on coastal property owners. … ›

A quick win for free enterprise and free speech

In September, PLF took on the City of San Juan Capistrano, Calif., by filing a federal free speech lawsuit challenging the city’s ban on displaying for-sale signs in cars. Our … ›

Defending the free speech rights of retailers

Yesterday, PLF teamed up with its friends at the Cato Institute to file a joint amicus brief in the U.S. Supreme Court in defense of retailers’ First Amendment rights, in … ›

Palo Alto Mobile Home Case Appealed

This week PLF filed its opening brief in the U.S. Court of Appeals on behalf of the Jisser family, who are fighting an extortionate demand that they pay approximately $8 … ›

San Juan Capistrano stops enforcing advertising ban

In response to the federal First Amendment lawsuit filed last month by PLF client Michael Cefali, the City of San Juan Capistrano is moving to abolish its law forbidding the … ›

Weekly litigation report – October 1

Landowners must be made whole when their property is taken We filed this amicus brief in South Lafourche Levy District v. Jarreau in the Louisiana Supreme Court. There are many valid reasons why government may … ›

Weekly litigation report – September 24

Property rights case petitioned to Washington Supreme Court This week PLF filed a petition for review to Washington state’s Supreme Court in Kinderace v. City of Sammamish. In that case, … ›

First Amendment lawsuit challenges ban on advertising

When Michael Cefali wanted to sell his Volkswagen, he did what all of us have done at one time or another: parked it on the street near his home with … ›

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Property rights ruling secures family's coastal mobilehome

Last year PLF took on a case against the California Coastal Commission, representing the Wills family. When the Wills sought a permit to replace the aging mobilehome on their beachfront … ›

Partial win for property rights in San Diego

PLF received a ruling last Friday from a San Diego County Superior Court striking down unconstitutional land use regulations imposed by the City of Solana Beach on coastal property owners. … ›

A quick win for free enterprise and free speech

In September, PLF took on the City of San Juan Capistrano, Calif., by filing a federal free speech lawsuit challenging the city’s ban on displaying for-sale signs in cars. Our … ›

Defending the free speech rights of retailers

Yesterday, PLF teamed up with its friends at the Cato Institute to file a joint amicus brief in the U.S. Supreme Court in defense of retailers’ First Amendment rights, in … ›

Palo Alto Mobile Home Case Appealed

This week PLF filed its opening brief in the U.S. Court of Appeals on behalf of the Jisser family, who are fighting an extortionate demand that they pay approximately $8 … ›

San Juan Capistrano stops enforcing advertising ban

In response to the federal First Amendment lawsuit filed last month by PLF client Michael Cefali, the City of San Juan Capistrano is moving to abolish its law forbidding the … ›

Weekly litigation report – October 1

Landowners must be made whole when their property is taken We filed this amicus brief in South Lafourche Levy District v. Jarreau in the Louisiana Supreme Court. There are many valid reasons why government may … ›

Weekly litigation report – September 24

Property rights case petitioned to Washington Supreme Court This week PLF filed a petition for review to Washington state’s Supreme Court in Kinderace v. City of Sammamish. In that case, … ›

First Amendment lawsuit challenges ban on advertising

When Michael Cefali wanted to sell his Volkswagen, he did what all of us have done at one time or another: parked it on the street near his home with … ›

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Property rights ruling secures family's coastal mobilehome

Last year PLF took on a case against the California Coastal Commission, representing the Wills family. When the Wills sought a permit to replace the aging mobilehome on their beachfront … ›

Partial win for property rights in San Diego

PLF received a ruling last Friday from a San Diego County Superior Court striking down unconstitutional land use regulations imposed by the City of Solana Beach on coastal property owners. … ›

A quick win for free enterprise and free speech

In September, PLF took on the City of San Juan Capistrano, Calif., by filing a federal free speech lawsuit challenging the city’s ban on displaying for-sale signs in cars. Our … ›

Defending the free speech rights of retailers

Yesterday, PLF teamed up with its friends at the Cato Institute to file a joint amicus brief in the U.S. Supreme Court in defense of retailers’ First Amendment rights, in … ›

Palo Alto Mobile Home Case Appealed

This week PLF filed its opening brief in the U.S. Court of Appeals on behalf of the Jisser family, who are fighting an extortionate demand that they pay approximately $8 … ›

San Juan Capistrano stops enforcing advertising ban

In response to the federal First Amendment lawsuit filed last month by PLF client Michael Cefali, the City of San Juan Capistrano is moving to abolish its law forbidding the … ›

Weekly litigation report – October 1

Landowners must be made whole when their property is taken We filed this amicus brief in South Lafourche Levy District v. Jarreau in the Louisiana Supreme Court. There are many valid reasons why government may … ›

Weekly litigation report – September 24

Property rights case petitioned to Washington Supreme Court This week PLF filed a petition for review to Washington state’s Supreme Court in Kinderace v. City of Sammamish. In that case, … ›

First Amendment lawsuit challenges ban on advertising

When Michael Cefali wanted to sell his Volkswagen, he did what all of us have done at one time or another: parked it on the street near his home with … ›

Property rights ruling secures family's coastal mobilehome

Last year PLF took on a case against the California Coastal Commission, representing the Wills family. When the Wills sought a permit to replace the aging mobilehome on their beachfront … ›

Partial win for property rights in San Diego

PLF received a ruling last Friday from a San Diego County Superior Court striking down unconstitutional land use regulations imposed by the City of Solana Beach on coastal property owners. … ›

A quick win for free enterprise and free speech

In September, PLF took on the City of San Juan Capistrano, Calif., by filing a federal free speech lawsuit challenging the city’s ban on displaying for-sale signs in cars. Our … ›

Defending the free speech rights of retailers

Yesterday, PLF teamed up with its friends at the Cato Institute to file a joint amicus brief in the U.S. Supreme Court in defense of retailers’ First Amendment rights, in … ›

Palo Alto Mobile Home Case Appealed

This week PLF filed its opening brief in the U.S. Court of Appeals on behalf of the Jisser family, who are fighting an extortionate demand that they pay approximately $8 … ›

San Juan Capistrano stops enforcing advertising ban

In response to the federal First Amendment lawsuit filed last month by PLF client Michael Cefali, the City of San Juan Capistrano is moving to abolish its law forbidding the … ›

Weekly litigation report – October 1

Landowners must be made whole when their property is taken We filed this amicus brief in South Lafourche Levy District v. Jarreau in the Louisiana Supreme Court. There are many valid reasons why government may … ›

Weekly litigation report – September 24

Property rights case petitioned to Washington Supreme Court This week PLF filed a petition for review to Washington state’s Supreme Court in Kinderace v. City of Sammamish. In that case, … ›

First Amendment lawsuit challenges ban on advertising

When Michael Cefali wanted to sell his Volkswagen, he did what all of us have done at one time or another: parked it on the street near his home with … ›