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By James S. Burling

Weekly litigation report — November 17, 2018

PLF joins Montanans’ private property fight against federal government

This week, in Wilkins v United States of America, PLF took over as lead attorneys for two Montana property owners who are suing the federal government Wil Wilkins and Jane Stanton live next to the Bitterroot National Forest and have a road across their land in the past few years, excessive use of the road has caused serious traffic hazards, road damage, fire threats, noise, trespassing, illegal hunting, speeding, and other disrespectful activities The general public, however, is not supposed to be using this road In 1962, the previous owners of the property granted to the federal government

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By Jeffrey W. McCoy

The Forest Service pulled a bait-and-switch on a decades-old land deal. Here’s how the owners are fighting back.

When the government negotiates for a limited-access easement across your property, it cannot turn around later and decide it has an unlimited right to cross your property. Wil Wilkins and … ›

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By David J. Deerson

Why are California bureaucrats trying to undermine the will of San Diego voters?

It has been said that democracy is the worst form of government, except for all those other forms that have been tried from time to time. Maybe that’s why the California … ›

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