Zip Kombucha, et al. v. Joan Wilson, et al.

Alaska breweries battle unfair restrictions to restore economic liberty

After a decade of wrangling to bring the state's alcohol laws up to date, not much has changed. Breweries and wineries are now "generously" allowed to host up to four events per year, but only if the proprietor pays a $100 fee per event and obtains a permit. (Games like darts and pool remain strictly prohibited.) These businesses can now stay open ...

Yoder and DDR Media, Inc. v. Lott

Drone entrepreneur stands up for livelihoods and free speech

Hunting isn't the only area caught in the government's crosshairs. Increasingly, drone use is becoming popular to aid in a variety of businesses. As with every new technology, the government often throws up unreasonable resistance, stretching legal boundaries to limit the unfamiliar. In addition to entrepreneurs, artists and other content creators ...

Nurse Holding Patients Hand
Palmer v. Bonta

Nurse Practitioner Doctors Defend Truthful Titles, Free Speech, Livelihoods

Like a growing number of nurse practitioners in California, Sarah Erny earned a Doctorate of Nursing Practice (DNP), the highest degree in advanced nursing. She's dubbed affectionately—and accurately—"Dr. Sarah" by her patients and colleagues. ...

Ami Hill's Art Bus
Ami Hill and Muse Originals LLC v. Town of Kill Devil Hills et al.

Outer Banks ordinance throws livelihood and rights under the bus

Ami wants to preserve the right to the fruits of one's labor by stopping the town of Kill Devil Hills from forcing these businesses to convert into charitable fundraising organizations. ...