[Past Event] – Property Rights Hat-Trick: Breaking Down PLF’s Supreme Court Victories

Date: June 01, 2023
Location: Virtual via Zoom
Time: 4:00 p.m. EDT – 5:00 p.m. EDT

Property rights are a critical foundation of individual liberty, a thriving economy, and greater prosperity for all. Our nation’s Founders recognized this and wove property rights throughout the Constitution. Since our founding in 1973, Pacific Legal Foundation has been at the forefront of defending this essential right against government overreach. 

It’s a 50-year trajectory of relentless battles, victories, and potent capabilities that build upon one another. And thanks to our growing network of allies, partners, and supporters, we’re accelerating the pursuit of our shared goal: to restore property rights to their proper place among all of our cherished civil liberties. 

Nowhere is this more evident than at the U.S. Supreme Court. Property rights have been central to 15 of our 17 wins—including all three cases we argued this term alone. 

The victories in Sackett v. Environmental Protection Agency, Wilkins v. United States, and Tyler v. Hennepin County each uniquely affirmed the property rights of all Americans, marking a true trifecta for liberty.  

Please join us for an exclusive event with the attorneys who made the winning arguments before the Supreme Court. They’ll dish on the decisions, discuss next steps for each outcome, and explain the cases’ impact on the future of property rights across the country.