Weekly litigation report — April 15, 2017

Opposition to Assembly Bill that would gut protections for coastal homeowners Golden parakeet should fly off endangered species list Taxpayer victory in San Diego over union objections Notice of appeal … ›

A bad bill for coastal homeowners

PLF is a frequent combatant against the California Coastal Commission in court when the Commission attacks the right to use property along the coast. Sometimes it is necessary to fight … ›

California Supreme Court decision adds redundant delay

Yesterday, the California Supreme Court held that the City of Newport Beach must conduct further environmental analysis for a proposed housing development outside the city limits. The property at issue … ›

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 … ›

PLF asks California Supreme Court to hear due process case against Coastal Commission

PLF recently filed a friend of the court letter with the California Supreme Court, encouraging the justices to grant review in an important due process challenge against the California Coastal Commission. … ›

Weekly litigation report — January 14, 2017

Supreme Court grants cert in WOTUS rule case Supreme Court grants review in freedom of contract case Economic liberty case argued at Oregon Supreme Court Warning over manatee listing Brief … ›

CCC tries to conveniently forget Supreme Court precedent

According to the California Coastal Commission staff, any permit where public access has not been granted can be automatically appealed on the grounds that California likes public access. A standard … ›

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. … ›

CCC levies a $4.2m fine for blocking nonexistent staircase

  Dear Californians, this is your California Coastal Commission: willing to fine property owners over four MILLION dollars for blocking “public access” that doesn’t exist. Even to those who have … ›

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Weekly litigation report — April 15, 2017

Opposition to Assembly Bill that would gut protections for coastal homeowners Golden parakeet should fly off endangered species list Taxpayer victory in San Diego over union objections Notice of appeal … ›

A bad bill for coastal homeowners

PLF is a frequent combatant against the California Coastal Commission in court when the Commission attacks the right to use property along the coast. Sometimes it is necessary to fight … ›

California Supreme Court decision adds redundant delay

Yesterday, the California Supreme Court held that the City of Newport Beach must conduct further environmental analysis for a proposed housing development outside the city limits. The property at issue … ›

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 … ›

PLF asks California Supreme Court to hear due process case against Coastal Commission

PLF recently filed a friend of the court letter with the California Supreme Court, encouraging the justices to grant review in an important due process challenge against the California Coastal Commission. … ›

Weekly litigation report — January 14, 2017

Supreme Court grants cert in WOTUS rule case Supreme Court grants review in freedom of contract case Economic liberty case argued at Oregon Supreme Court Warning over manatee listing Brief … ›

CCC tries to conveniently forget Supreme Court precedent

According to the California Coastal Commission staff, any permit where public access has not been granted can be automatically appealed on the grounds that California likes public access. A standard … ›

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. … ›

CCC levies a $4.2m fine for blocking nonexistent staircase

  Dear Californians, this is your California Coastal Commission: willing to fine property owners over four MILLION dollars for blocking “public access” that doesn’t exist. Even to those who have … ›

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Weekly litigation report — April 15, 2017

Opposition to Assembly Bill that would gut protections for coastal homeowners Golden parakeet should fly off endangered species list Taxpayer victory in San Diego over union objections Notice of appeal … ›

A bad bill for coastal homeowners

PLF is a frequent combatant against the California Coastal Commission in court when the Commission attacks the right to use property along the coast. Sometimes it is necessary to fight … ›

California Supreme Court decision adds redundant delay

Yesterday, the California Supreme Court held that the City of Newport Beach must conduct further environmental analysis for a proposed housing development outside the city limits. The property at issue … ›

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 … ›

PLF asks California Supreme Court to hear due process case against Coastal Commission

PLF recently filed a friend of the court letter with the California Supreme Court, encouraging the justices to grant review in an important due process challenge against the California Coastal Commission. … ›

Weekly litigation report — January 14, 2017

Supreme Court grants cert in WOTUS rule case Supreme Court grants review in freedom of contract case Economic liberty case argued at Oregon Supreme Court Warning over manatee listing Brief … ›

CCC tries to conveniently forget Supreme Court precedent

According to the California Coastal Commission staff, any permit where public access has not been granted can be automatically appealed on the grounds that California likes public access. A standard … ›

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. … ›

CCC levies a $4.2m fine for blocking nonexistent staircase

  Dear Californians, this is your California Coastal Commission: willing to fine property owners over four MILLION dollars for blocking “public access” that doesn’t exist. Even to those who have … ›

Weekly litigation report — April 15, 2017

Opposition to Assembly Bill that would gut protections for coastal homeowners Golden parakeet should fly off endangered species list Taxpayer victory in San Diego over union objections Notice of appeal … ›

A bad bill for coastal homeowners

PLF is a frequent combatant against the California Coastal Commission in court when the Commission attacks the right to use property along the coast. Sometimes it is necessary to fight … ›

California Supreme Court decision adds redundant delay

Yesterday, the California Supreme Court held that the City of Newport Beach must conduct further environmental analysis for a proposed housing development outside the city limits. The property at issue … ›

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 … ›

PLF asks California Supreme Court to hear due process case against Coastal Commission

PLF recently filed a friend of the court letter with the California Supreme Court, encouraging the justices to grant review in an important due process challenge against the California Coastal Commission. … ›

Weekly litigation report — January 14, 2017

Supreme Court grants cert in WOTUS rule case Supreme Court grants review in freedom of contract case Economic liberty case argued at Oregon Supreme Court Warning over manatee listing Brief … ›

CCC tries to conveniently forget Supreme Court precedent

According to the California Coastal Commission staff, any permit where public access has not been granted can be automatically appealed on the grounds that California likes public access. A standard … ›

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. … ›

CCC levies a $4.2m fine for blocking nonexistent staircase

  Dear Californians, this is your California Coastal Commission: willing to fine property owners over four MILLION dollars for blocking “public access” that doesn’t exist. Even to those who have … ›