PLF opposes unconstitutional land grab in New Jersey

Earlier today, Pacific Legal Foundation filed a friend of the court brief in the appellate courts of New Jersey opposing that state’s failed attempt at an unconstitutional land grab in Atlantic … ›

Legislature looking to address Birnbaum issues

For about a year, I have been writing about Wendy Birnbaum, the property owner who got stuck in a permitting battle with Pierce County when she tried to open a … ›

Birnbaum gets support from friends of the court

While we wait for the Supreme Court of Washington to decide whether it will review Birnbaum v. Pierce County, I thought it might be nice to give some attention to … ›

New video highlights Birnbaum case

In our latest video, PLF client Wendy Birnbaum explains how PLF is helping her seek a legal remedy for bureaucratic delay. 

PLF petitions Washington Supreme Court to uphold property owners' right to sue government for damages

About a month ago, we brought you the story of Wendy Birnbaum, a Pierce County, Washington, property owner who got stuck in the permitting process when she applied to open … ›

President's Weekly Roundup

Happy Friday! Here are this week’s legal highlights: Individual Rights – Free Speech We had a major Supreme Court amicus victory this week in Knox v. S.E.I.U.  In a 7-2 … ›

Do property owners have a right to recover damages for bureaucratic delay?

At PLF, we litigate for judicial acceptance of the idea that property owners should be allowed to reasonably use their property without undue interference from the government.  Many of our … ›

PLF convinces court of appeals to limit troublesome land use decision

Earlier today, Division One of Washington’s Court of Appeals issued a published decision in Birnbaum v. Pierce County, a case that asked whether a landowner could recover damages for government … ›

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PLF opposes unconstitutional land grab in New Jersey

Earlier today, Pacific Legal Foundation filed a friend of the court brief in the appellate courts of New Jersey opposing that state’s failed attempt at an unconstitutional land grab in Atlantic … ›

Legislature looking to address Birnbaum issues

For about a year, I have been writing about Wendy Birnbaum, the property owner who got stuck in a permitting battle with Pierce County when she tried to open a … ›

Birnbaum gets support from friends of the court

While we wait for the Supreme Court of Washington to decide whether it will review Birnbaum v. Pierce County, I thought it might be nice to give some attention to … ›

New video highlights Birnbaum case

In our latest video, PLF client Wendy Birnbaum explains how PLF is helping her seek a legal remedy for bureaucratic delay. 

PLF petitions Washington Supreme Court to uphold property owners' right to sue government for damages

About a month ago, we brought you the story of Wendy Birnbaum, a Pierce County, Washington, property owner who got stuck in the permitting process when she applied to open … ›

President's Weekly Roundup

Happy Friday! Here are this week’s legal highlights: Individual Rights – Free Speech We had a major Supreme Court amicus victory this week in Knox v. S.E.I.U.  In a 7-2 … ›

Do property owners have a right to recover damages for bureaucratic delay?

At PLF, we litigate for judicial acceptance of the idea that property owners should be allowed to reasonably use their property without undue interference from the government.  Many of our … ›

PLF convinces court of appeals to limit troublesome land use decision

Earlier today, Division One of Washington’s Court of Appeals issued a published decision in Birnbaum v. Pierce County, a case that asked whether a landowner could recover damages for government … ›

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PLF opposes unconstitutional land grab in New Jersey

Earlier today, Pacific Legal Foundation filed a friend of the court brief in the appellate courts of New Jersey opposing that state’s failed attempt at an unconstitutional land grab in Atlantic … ›

Legislature looking to address Birnbaum issues

For about a year, I have been writing about Wendy Birnbaum, the property owner who got stuck in a permitting battle with Pierce County when she tried to open a … ›

Birnbaum gets support from friends of the court

While we wait for the Supreme Court of Washington to decide whether it will review Birnbaum v. Pierce County, I thought it might be nice to give some attention to … ›

New video highlights Birnbaum case

In our latest video, PLF client Wendy Birnbaum explains how PLF is helping her seek a legal remedy for bureaucratic delay. 

PLF petitions Washington Supreme Court to uphold property owners' right to sue government for damages

About a month ago, we brought you the story of Wendy Birnbaum, a Pierce County, Washington, property owner who got stuck in the permitting process when she applied to open … ›

President's Weekly Roundup

Happy Friday! Here are this week’s legal highlights: Individual Rights – Free Speech We had a major Supreme Court amicus victory this week in Knox v. S.E.I.U.  In a 7-2 … ›

Do property owners have a right to recover damages for bureaucratic delay?

At PLF, we litigate for judicial acceptance of the idea that property owners should be allowed to reasonably use their property without undue interference from the government.  Many of our … ›

PLF convinces court of appeals to limit troublesome land use decision

Earlier today, Division One of Washington’s Court of Appeals issued a published decision in Birnbaum v. Pierce County, a case that asked whether a landowner could recover damages for government … ›

PLF opposes unconstitutional land grab in New Jersey

Earlier today, Pacific Legal Foundation filed a friend of the court brief in the appellate courts of New Jersey opposing that state’s failed attempt at an unconstitutional land grab in Atlantic … ›

Legislature looking to address Birnbaum issues

For about a year, I have been writing about Wendy Birnbaum, the property owner who got stuck in a permitting battle with Pierce County when she tried to open a … ›

Birnbaum gets support from friends of the court

While we wait for the Supreme Court of Washington to decide whether it will review Birnbaum v. Pierce County, I thought it might be nice to give some attention to … ›

New video highlights Birnbaum case

In our latest video, PLF client Wendy Birnbaum explains how PLF is helping her seek a legal remedy for bureaucratic delay. 

PLF petitions Washington Supreme Court to uphold property owners' right to sue government for damages

About a month ago, we brought you the story of Wendy Birnbaum, a Pierce County, Washington, property owner who got stuck in the permitting process when she applied to open … ›

President's Weekly Roundup

Happy Friday! Here are this week’s legal highlights: Individual Rights – Free Speech We had a major Supreme Court amicus victory this week in Knox v. S.E.I.U.  In a 7-2 … ›

Do property owners have a right to recover damages for bureaucratic delay?

At PLF, we litigate for judicial acceptance of the idea that property owners should be allowed to reasonably use their property without undue interference from the government.  Many of our … ›

PLF convinces court of appeals to limit troublesome land use decision

Earlier today, Division One of Washington’s Court of Appeals issued a published decision in Birnbaum v. Pierce County, a case that asked whether a landowner could recover damages for government … ›