University of California Santa Cruz
J.D. Haltigan v. Michael Drake

Fighting unconstitutional DEI “loyalty oaths” at the University of California

UC Santa Cruz's DEI declaration mandates are clearly unconstitutional. Government job seekers should be judged by their qualifications, not an ideological litmus test. Universities do not have carte blanche to engage in deliberate viewpoint discrimination through the hiring process. A DEI statement requirement is alarmingly similar to the "loyal ...

Parker Noland and truck
Parker Noland v. MT Public Service Commission

Aspiring junk hauling entrepreneur fights crony “competitor’s veto” law

When Parker Noland graduated from high school in Kalispell, Montana, he and his close friends joined the Army. Parker was medically discharged a few months after basic training and returned home to Kalispell, where he set out to become a debris-hauling entrepreneur. With an eye toward construction sites and a business plan in hand, he ...

Engineers with the construction plan
Californians for Equal Rights Foundation v. Alameda County

Racial set-asides practice in government contracting denies equal treatment and opportunity

Represented by PLF free of charge, Debbie Ferrari is fighting back. She is joined by Chunhua Liao, a Chinese immigrant that has led grassroots efforts to oppose racial discrimination in California, and the Californians for Equal Rights Foundation (CFER), a nonprofit advocacy organization at the forefront of defending California's constitutional req ...