Seattle decides to continue to violate the First Amendment

In this week’s episode of PLF’s Courting Liberty podcast, hear from case attorney Ethan Blevins about this decision and how First Amendment rights include both the right to speak and the right not to speak.

Seattle Robs Landlords of Right to Choose Tenants on Courting Liberty podcast

In this week’s episode of Courting Liberty, PLF’s Director of Communications Harold Johnson interviews PLF Northwest Center Attorney Ethan Blevins and PLF Client MariLyn Yim about the challenging of Seattle’s … ›

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 … ›

It's Back to School Choice Week on Courting Liberty

PLF’s Director of Communications Harold Johnson is joined by PLF Principal Attorney Joshua Thompson to discuss Pacific Legal Foundation’s Back To School Choice Week. The conversation also highlights many of … ›

PLF sues Highland for warrantless snooping on rental property

The City of Highland is violating fundamental constitutional rights by trying to coerce landlords and tenants into surrendering their freedom from unjustified, warrantless government intrusion on their property. So argues … ›

What does Hawkes mean for landowners?

When we win a big case, like the recent unanimous decisions at the U.S. Supreme Court in Hawkes and Kent Recycling, which held that landowners have the right to challenge … ›

Hawkes, Kennedy, and the Clean Water Rule

In the 2001 SWANCC case, the U.S. Supreme Court chastised the Army Corps of Engineers for asserting federal control over remote, isolated water bodies that had nothing to do with … ›

Fixing the Clean Water Act

On Tuesday, my colleague, Damien Schiff, testified before a senate committee on Environment and Public Works that is investigating government overreach under the Clean Water Act.  The hearing was entitled … ›

Seattle trashes privacy rights by having garbage collectors snoop for food waste on Courting Liberty

PLF Director of Communications Harold Johnson interviews PLF Attorney Ethan Blevins about the current state of Bonesteel v. City of Seattle, where PLF represents a number of Seattle residents in … ›

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Seattle decides to continue to violate the First Amendment

In this week’s episode of PLF’s Courting Liberty podcast, hear from case attorney Ethan Blevins about this decision and how First Amendment rights include both the right to speak and the right not to speak.

Seattle Robs Landlords of Right to Choose Tenants on Courting Liberty podcast

In this week’s episode of Courting Liberty, PLF’s Director of Communications Harold Johnson interviews PLF Northwest Center Attorney Ethan Blevins and PLF Client MariLyn Yim about the challenging of Seattle’s … ›

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 … ›

It's Back to School Choice Week on Courting Liberty

PLF’s Director of Communications Harold Johnson is joined by PLF Principal Attorney Joshua Thompson to discuss Pacific Legal Foundation’s Back To School Choice Week. The conversation also highlights many of … ›

PLF sues Highland for warrantless snooping on rental property

The City of Highland is violating fundamental constitutional rights by trying to coerce landlords and tenants into surrendering their freedom from unjustified, warrantless government intrusion on their property. So argues … ›

What does Hawkes mean for landowners?

When we win a big case, like the recent unanimous decisions at the U.S. Supreme Court in Hawkes and Kent Recycling, which held that landowners have the right to challenge … ›

Hawkes, Kennedy, and the Clean Water Rule

In the 2001 SWANCC case, the U.S. Supreme Court chastised the Army Corps of Engineers for asserting federal control over remote, isolated water bodies that had nothing to do with … ›

Fixing the Clean Water Act

On Tuesday, my colleague, Damien Schiff, testified before a senate committee on Environment and Public Works that is investigating government overreach under the Clean Water Act.  The hearing was entitled … ›

Seattle trashes privacy rights by having garbage collectors snoop for food waste on Courting Liberty

PLF Director of Communications Harold Johnson interviews PLF Attorney Ethan Blevins about the current state of Bonesteel v. City of Seattle, where PLF represents a number of Seattle residents in … ›

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Seattle decides to continue to violate the First Amendment

In this week’s episode of PLF’s Courting Liberty podcast, hear from case attorney Ethan Blevins about this decision and how First Amendment rights include both the right to speak and the right not to speak.

Seattle Robs Landlords of Right to Choose Tenants on Courting Liberty podcast

In this week’s episode of Courting Liberty, PLF’s Director of Communications Harold Johnson interviews PLF Northwest Center Attorney Ethan Blevins and PLF Client MariLyn Yim about the challenging of Seattle’s … ›

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 … ›

It's Back to School Choice Week on Courting Liberty

PLF’s Director of Communications Harold Johnson is joined by PLF Principal Attorney Joshua Thompson to discuss Pacific Legal Foundation’s Back To School Choice Week. The conversation also highlights many of … ›

PLF sues Highland for warrantless snooping on rental property

The City of Highland is violating fundamental constitutional rights by trying to coerce landlords and tenants into surrendering their freedom from unjustified, warrantless government intrusion on their property. So argues … ›

What does Hawkes mean for landowners?

When we win a big case, like the recent unanimous decisions at the U.S. Supreme Court in Hawkes and Kent Recycling, which held that landowners have the right to challenge … ›

Hawkes, Kennedy, and the Clean Water Rule

In the 2001 SWANCC case, the U.S. Supreme Court chastised the Army Corps of Engineers for asserting federal control over remote, isolated water bodies that had nothing to do with … ›

Fixing the Clean Water Act

On Tuesday, my colleague, Damien Schiff, testified before a senate committee on Environment and Public Works that is investigating government overreach under the Clean Water Act.  The hearing was entitled … ›

Seattle trashes privacy rights by having garbage collectors snoop for food waste on Courting Liberty

PLF Director of Communications Harold Johnson interviews PLF Attorney Ethan Blevins about the current state of Bonesteel v. City of Seattle, where PLF represents a number of Seattle residents in … ›

Seattle decides to continue to violate the First Amendment

In this week’s episode of PLF’s Courting Liberty podcast, hear from case attorney Ethan Blevins about this decision and how First Amendment rights include both the right to speak and the right not to speak.

Seattle Robs Landlords of Right to Choose Tenants on Courting Liberty podcast

In this week’s episode of Courting Liberty, PLF’s Director of Communications Harold Johnson interviews PLF Northwest Center Attorney Ethan Blevins and PLF Client MariLyn Yim about the challenging of Seattle’s … ›

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 … ›

It's Back to School Choice Week on Courting Liberty

PLF’s Director of Communications Harold Johnson is joined by PLF Principal Attorney Joshua Thompson to discuss Pacific Legal Foundation’s Back To School Choice Week. The conversation also highlights many of … ›

PLF sues Highland for warrantless snooping on rental property

The City of Highland is violating fundamental constitutional rights by trying to coerce landlords and tenants into surrendering their freedom from unjustified, warrantless government intrusion on their property. So argues … ›

What does Hawkes mean for landowners?

When we win a big case, like the recent unanimous decisions at the U.S. Supreme Court in Hawkes and Kent Recycling, which held that landowners have the right to challenge … ›

Hawkes, Kennedy, and the Clean Water Rule

In the 2001 SWANCC case, the U.S. Supreme Court chastised the Army Corps of Engineers for asserting federal control over remote, isolated water bodies that had nothing to do with … ›

Fixing the Clean Water Act

On Tuesday, my colleague, Damien Schiff, testified before a senate committee on Environment and Public Works that is investigating government overreach under the Clean Water Act.  The hearing was entitled … ›

Seattle trashes privacy rights by having garbage collectors snoop for food waste on Courting Liberty

PLF Director of Communications Harold Johnson interviews PLF Attorney Ethan Blevins about the current state of Bonesteel v. City of Seattle, where PLF represents a number of Seattle residents in … ›