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March 08, 2019

Weekly litigation report — March 8, 2019

Appellate victory for high school dancers The federal Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit ruled in favor of PLF clients Dmitri Moua and Zachary Greenwald, reversing a trial court judgment and ordering Minnesota officials not to ban boys from competitive high school dance teams. In D.M. and Z.G. v. Minnesota State High School League, ...

March 06, 2019

Government’s line in the sand denies property rights

Couple sues for right to rebuild North Carolina beachfront home after fire Nags Head, North Carolina, March 6, 2019: North Carolina landowners have filed a federal lawsuit to restore their property rights following a 2016 fire that destroyed their beachfront home. In 2008, Michael and Cathy Zito bought a vacation home in Nags Head, North ...

March 06, 2019

Victory goes to the dancers

Earlier today, the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled in favor of PLF clients Dmitri Moua and Zachary Greenwald, reversing the district court's denial of their motion for a preliminary injunction to stop the Minnesota State High School League from banning boys from participating in competitive dance. Agreeing with PLF, the 8th Circuit held that ...

March 06, 2019

Zito v. North Carolina Coastal Resource Commission; Town of Nags Head

All Michael and Cathy Zito wanted to do was rebuild their vacation cottage in Nags Head, North Carolina after fire destroyed it in 2016. But state and local governments denied building permits because the property is within a no-build zone that was established after they bought their property. The Zitos are left with the only vacant lot in a line o ...

March 06, 2019

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March 06, 2019

Victory dance in Minnesota as court reverses ‘girls only’ school dance team rule

Maplewood, Minnesota; March 6, 2019: The fact that Dmitri Moua and Zach Greenwald are boys will no longer sideline them during high school dance competitions. Today a federal appellate court ordered a preliminary injunction against the Minnesota State High School League's enforcement of its bylaws that declare competitive dance a "girls only" spor ...

March 06, 2019

Legal Secretary

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March 06, 2019

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March 06, 2019

Administrative Assistant

Pacific Legal Foundation—the nation's first and most successful public interest law firm dedicated to vindicating individual liberty—seeks a highly reliable, accurate, and self-starting Administrative Assistant to provide support for PLF's operations. This is a full-time role based in PLF's Sacramento office and reporting to the Director of Adm ...

March 06, 2019

Property rights go up in smoke

On October 10, 2016, Michael and Cathy Zito's beach home in Nags Head, North Carolina, burned to the ground.  Luckily no one was hurt, but as Michael and Cathy were about to discover, the sadness of losing their dream home was nothing compared to the bureaucratic nightmare that came next. The Zitos planned to rebuild.  ...

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