PLF files reply brief in Markle

Today, Pacific Legal Foundation filed its reply brief with the Supreme Court of the United States in Markle v. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, an important Endangered Species Act case involving … ›

Weekly litigation update — November 18, 2017

Supreme Court to hear PLF’s First Amendment challenge to political apparel ban PLF presents oral argument on challenge to access regulation in the Ninth Circuit Since the Feds get to … ›

Supreme Court accepts review in PLF’s First Amendment case!

The Supreme Court of the United States granted PLF’s petition for certiorari in Minnesota Voters Alliance v. Mansky, a First Amendment challenge to a Minnesota law that bans political apparel at the polling place.

Government extremism is no virtue

Vigorous representation of a client is the hallmark of good lawyering. But when it goes too far, it’s anything but praiseworthy…

Victory for property rights at Wisconsin Legislature

Good news out of Wisconsin: The Legislature has acted to shore up the rights of property owners that the U.S. Supreme Court undercut earlier this year in its unfortunate decision … ›

The Supreme Court should restore federalism to its rightful place. Utah’s prairie dogs depend on it.

This weekend, Senator Mike Lee of Utah and I had an article in the Wall Street Journal urging the Supreme Court to hear People for the Ethical Treatment of Property Owners v. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

Weekly litigation report — November 4, 2017

PLF asks the Supreme Court to bury Williamson County, Seattle attempts to force unionization on Uber/Lyft Drivers, and PLF files a complaint to require the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to define “subspecies”.

Weekly litigation report — October 21, 2017

Squash the wrong bug, go to jail The price of selling your home in Santa Barbara? An illegal warrantless search. Free speech wins one in California legislature! Brief filed in … ›

PLF continues fight against overcriminalization

Most people have heard of William Blackstone’s principle that it is better that many guilty people escape punishment than that a single innocent person be imprisoned, even if they haven’t … ›

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PLF files reply brief in Markle

Today, Pacific Legal Foundation filed its reply brief with the Supreme Court of the United States in Markle v. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, an important Endangered Species Act case involving … ›

Weekly litigation update — November 18, 2017

Supreme Court to hear PLF’s First Amendment challenge to political apparel ban PLF presents oral argument on challenge to access regulation in the Ninth Circuit Since the Feds get to … ›

Supreme Court accepts review in PLF’s First Amendment case!

The Supreme Court of the United States granted PLF’s petition for certiorari in Minnesota Voters Alliance v. Mansky, a First Amendment challenge to a Minnesota law that bans political apparel at the polling place.

Government extremism is no virtue

Vigorous representation of a client is the hallmark of good lawyering. But when it goes too far, it’s anything but praiseworthy…

Victory for property rights at Wisconsin Legislature

Good news out of Wisconsin: The Legislature has acted to shore up the rights of property owners that the U.S. Supreme Court undercut earlier this year in its unfortunate decision … ›

The Supreme Court should restore federalism to its rightful place. Utah’s prairie dogs depend on it.

This weekend, Senator Mike Lee of Utah and I had an article in the Wall Street Journal urging the Supreme Court to hear People for the Ethical Treatment of Property Owners v. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

Weekly litigation report — November 4, 2017

PLF asks the Supreme Court to bury Williamson County, Seattle attempts to force unionization on Uber/Lyft Drivers, and PLF files a complaint to require the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to define “subspecies”.

Weekly litigation report — October 21, 2017

Squash the wrong bug, go to jail The price of selling your home in Santa Barbara? An illegal warrantless search. Free speech wins one in California legislature! Brief filed in … ›

PLF continues fight against overcriminalization

Most people have heard of William Blackstone’s principle that it is better that many guilty people escape punishment than that a single innocent person be imprisoned, even if they haven’t … ›

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PLF files reply brief in Markle

Today, Pacific Legal Foundation filed its reply brief with the Supreme Court of the United States in Markle v. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, an important Endangered Species Act case involving … ›

Weekly litigation update — November 18, 2017

Supreme Court to hear PLF’s First Amendment challenge to political apparel ban PLF presents oral argument on challenge to access regulation in the Ninth Circuit Since the Feds get to … ›

Supreme Court accepts review in PLF’s First Amendment case!

The Supreme Court of the United States granted PLF’s petition for certiorari in Minnesota Voters Alliance v. Mansky, a First Amendment challenge to a Minnesota law that bans political apparel at the polling place.

Government extremism is no virtue

Vigorous representation of a client is the hallmark of good lawyering. But when it goes too far, it’s anything but praiseworthy…

Victory for property rights at Wisconsin Legislature

Good news out of Wisconsin: The Legislature has acted to shore up the rights of property owners that the U.S. Supreme Court undercut earlier this year in its unfortunate decision … ›

The Supreme Court should restore federalism to its rightful place. Utah’s prairie dogs depend on it.

This weekend, Senator Mike Lee of Utah and I had an article in the Wall Street Journal urging the Supreme Court to hear People for the Ethical Treatment of Property Owners v. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

Weekly litigation report — November 4, 2017

PLF asks the Supreme Court to bury Williamson County, Seattle attempts to force unionization on Uber/Lyft Drivers, and PLF files a complaint to require the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to define “subspecies”.

Weekly litigation report — October 21, 2017

Squash the wrong bug, go to jail The price of selling your home in Santa Barbara? An illegal warrantless search. Free speech wins one in California legislature! Brief filed in … ›

PLF continues fight against overcriminalization

Most people have heard of William Blackstone’s principle that it is better that many guilty people escape punishment than that a single innocent person be imprisoned, even if they haven’t … ›

PLF files reply brief in Markle

Today, Pacific Legal Foundation filed its reply brief with the Supreme Court of the United States in Markle v. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, an important Endangered Species Act case involving … ›

Weekly litigation update — November 18, 2017

Supreme Court to hear PLF’s First Amendment challenge to political apparel ban PLF presents oral argument on challenge to access regulation in the Ninth Circuit Since the Feds get to … ›

Supreme Court accepts review in PLF’s First Amendment case!

The Supreme Court of the United States granted PLF’s petition for certiorari in Minnesota Voters Alliance v. Mansky, a First Amendment challenge to a Minnesota law that bans political apparel at the polling place.

Government extremism is no virtue

Vigorous representation of a client is the hallmark of good lawyering. But when it goes too far, it’s anything but praiseworthy…

Victory for property rights at Wisconsin Legislature

Good news out of Wisconsin: The Legislature has acted to shore up the rights of property owners that the U.S. Supreme Court undercut earlier this year in its unfortunate decision … ›

The Supreme Court should restore federalism to its rightful place. Utah’s prairie dogs depend on it.

This weekend, Senator Mike Lee of Utah and I had an article in the Wall Street Journal urging the Supreme Court to hear People for the Ethical Treatment of Property Owners v. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

Weekly litigation report — November 4, 2017

PLF asks the Supreme Court to bury Williamson County, Seattle attempts to force unionization on Uber/Lyft Drivers, and PLF files a complaint to require the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to define “subspecies”.

Weekly litigation report — October 21, 2017

Squash the wrong bug, go to jail The price of selling your home in Santa Barbara? An illegal warrantless search. Free speech wins one in California legislature! Brief filed in … ›

PLF continues fight against overcriminalization

Most people have heard of William Blackstone’s principle that it is better that many guilty people escape punishment than that a single innocent person be imprisoned, even if they haven’t … ›