Weekly litigation report—January 20, 2018

Challenging warrantless home inspections, Seattle is taking away property rights, and fighting for a fair approach to environmentalism.

Supreme Court should grant cert in timber sale appeal

PLF has filed an amicus brief in support of Scott Timber and the Union, and urged the Supreme Court to take up this case.

Weekly litigation update—January 13, 2018

PLF asks the Michigan Supreme Court to stop theft by tax collectors, the ongoing fight to defend public land access for all, and more U.S. Supreme Court activity.

The costs (and lack of benefits) of designating a national monument

PLF has joined with Utahns to defend the reduction in the Bears Ears Monument.

Hannity covers PLF’s Markle case now pending at the Supreme Court

The U.S. Supreme Court announced it would continue considering whether to grant review in PLF’s important Endangered Species Act case.

Weekly litigation report—January 6, 2017

A win for property owners throughout California, Another twist in another abusive wetlands prosecution, and PLF files its opening brief in a First Amendment case before the Supreme Court.

Supreme Court to conference PLF’s Florida Keys takings case in January

Like many members of that generation, Gordon and Molly Beyer bought land in Florida with a hope to one day have a residence in the Sunshine State. Unfortunately, the government had other ideas.

Weekly litigation report—December 23, 2017

CBD sues Santa, tort reform is drugged in California, and repealing bad regulations is legal.

Fed Soc teleforum on “the right to a better climate”

Last week’s teleforum focused principally on the recent oral argument before the Ninth Circuit addressing the federal government’s mandamus petition, which requests that the appellate court put an immediate stop to the litigation.

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Weekly litigation report—January 20, 2018

Challenging warrantless home inspections, Seattle is taking away property rights, and fighting for a fair approach to environmentalism.

Supreme Court should grant cert in timber sale appeal

PLF has filed an amicus brief in support of Scott Timber and the Union, and urged the Supreme Court to take up this case.

Weekly litigation update—January 13, 2018

PLF asks the Michigan Supreme Court to stop theft by tax collectors, the ongoing fight to defend public land access for all, and more U.S. Supreme Court activity.

The costs (and lack of benefits) of designating a national monument

PLF has joined with Utahns to defend the reduction in the Bears Ears Monument.

Hannity covers PLF’s Markle case now pending at the Supreme Court

The U.S. Supreme Court announced it would continue considering whether to grant review in PLF’s important Endangered Species Act case.

Weekly litigation report—January 6, 2017

A win for property owners throughout California, Another twist in another abusive wetlands prosecution, and PLF files its opening brief in a First Amendment case before the Supreme Court.

Supreme Court to conference PLF’s Florida Keys takings case in January

Like many members of that generation, Gordon and Molly Beyer bought land in Florida with a hope to one day have a residence in the Sunshine State. Unfortunately, the government had other ideas.

Weekly litigation report—December 23, 2017

CBD sues Santa, tort reform is drugged in California, and repealing bad regulations is legal.

Fed Soc teleforum on “the right to a better climate”

Last week’s teleforum focused principally on the recent oral argument before the Ninth Circuit addressing the federal government’s mandamus petition, which requests that the appellate court put an immediate stop to the litigation.

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Weekly litigation report—January 20, 2018

Challenging warrantless home inspections, Seattle is taking away property rights, and fighting for a fair approach to environmentalism.

Supreme Court should grant cert in timber sale appeal

PLF has filed an amicus brief in support of Scott Timber and the Union, and urged the Supreme Court to take up this case.

Weekly litigation update—January 13, 2018

PLF asks the Michigan Supreme Court to stop theft by tax collectors, the ongoing fight to defend public land access for all, and more U.S. Supreme Court activity.

The costs (and lack of benefits) of designating a national monument

PLF has joined with Utahns to defend the reduction in the Bears Ears Monument.

Hannity covers PLF’s Markle case now pending at the Supreme Court

The U.S. Supreme Court announced it would continue considering whether to grant review in PLF’s important Endangered Species Act case.

Weekly litigation report—January 6, 2017

A win for property owners throughout California, Another twist in another abusive wetlands prosecution, and PLF files its opening brief in a First Amendment case before the Supreme Court.

Supreme Court to conference PLF’s Florida Keys takings case in January

Like many members of that generation, Gordon and Molly Beyer bought land in Florida with a hope to one day have a residence in the Sunshine State. Unfortunately, the government had other ideas.

Weekly litigation report—December 23, 2017

CBD sues Santa, tort reform is drugged in California, and repealing bad regulations is legal.

Fed Soc teleforum on “the right to a better climate”

Last week’s teleforum focused principally on the recent oral argument before the Ninth Circuit addressing the federal government’s mandamus petition, which requests that the appellate court put an immediate stop to the litigation.

Weekly litigation report—January 20, 2018

Challenging warrantless home inspections, Seattle is taking away property rights, and fighting for a fair approach to environmentalism.

Supreme Court should grant cert in timber sale appeal

PLF has filed an amicus brief in support of Scott Timber and the Union, and urged the Supreme Court to take up this case.

Weekly litigation update—January 13, 2018

PLF asks the Michigan Supreme Court to stop theft by tax collectors, the ongoing fight to defend public land access for all, and more U.S. Supreme Court activity.

The costs (and lack of benefits) of designating a national monument

PLF has joined with Utahns to defend the reduction in the Bears Ears Monument.

Hannity covers PLF’s Markle case now pending at the Supreme Court

The U.S. Supreme Court announced it would continue considering whether to grant review in PLF’s important Endangered Species Act case.

Weekly litigation report—January 6, 2017

A win for property owners throughout California, Another twist in another abusive wetlands prosecution, and PLF files its opening brief in a First Amendment case before the Supreme Court.

Supreme Court to conference PLF’s Florida Keys takings case in January

Like many members of that generation, Gordon and Molly Beyer bought land in Florida with a hope to one day have a residence in the Sunshine State. Unfortunately, the government had other ideas.

Weekly litigation report—December 23, 2017

CBD sues Santa, tort reform is drugged in California, and repealing bad regulations is legal.

Fed Soc teleforum on “the right to a better climate”

Last week’s teleforum focused principally on the recent oral argument before the Ninth Circuit addressing the federal government’s mandamus petition, which requests that the appellate court put an immediate stop to the litigation.