Weekly litigation update — August 5, 2017

  Farmer explains excessiveness of seeking 2.8 million dollar fine for planting wheat PLF asks court to dismiss lawsuit challenging use of Congressional Review Act Amicus brief in support of Maine property … ›

Central Coast Forest Association wins round in California Supreme Court

Central Coast Forest Association, supported by Pacific Legal Foundation as amicus curiae, has won a long running procedural battle in the California Supreme Court. The unanimous Court ruled that California’s Endangered Species … ›

Challenge to California's gray wolf listing

This morning, we commenced our challenge to the California Fish and Game Commission’s listing of the gray wolf under the state’s Endangered Species Act. Brought on behalf of the California … ›

Weekly litigation report — December 10, 2016

PLF supports freedom to work Overcriminalization and environmental law Good decision in California endangered species case Union trespass onto private property Shorelines and the public trust Department of Labor shenanigans … ›

Bureaucrats abdicate duty 233 times. PLF sues.

The California Endangered Species Act charges the California Department of Fish and Wildlife with the task of conducting status reviews for endangered and threatened species at least once every five years. … ›

Gray wolf protections spell trouble for ranchers

Last month’s decision by the California Fish & Game Commission to protect the gray wolf under the California Endangered Species Act raises significant legal and policy questions. Check out this … ›

California protects gray wolf

Yesterday, the California Fish & Game Commission voted 3 – 1 to list the gray wolf as a protected species under the California Endangered Species Act.  The decision is particularly … ›

Environmental protection in conflict

Earlier this week, the Center for Biological Diversity petitioned the California Fish and Game Commission to list the kit fox as a threatened species under the California Endangered Species Act … ›

California supreme court to decide whether fish and game commission should correct mistakes

In December we reported on a California appellate court decision which says that when the California Fish & Game Commission erroneously lists a species under the California Endangered Species Act … ›

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Weekly litigation update — August 5, 2017

  Farmer explains excessiveness of seeking 2.8 million dollar fine for planting wheat PLF asks court to dismiss lawsuit challenging use of Congressional Review Act Amicus brief in support of Maine property … ›

Central Coast Forest Association wins round in California Supreme Court

Central Coast Forest Association, supported by Pacific Legal Foundation as amicus curiae, has won a long running procedural battle in the California Supreme Court. The unanimous Court ruled that California’s Endangered Species … ›

Challenge to California's gray wolf listing

This morning, we commenced our challenge to the California Fish and Game Commission’s listing of the gray wolf under the state’s Endangered Species Act. Brought on behalf of the California … ›

Weekly litigation report — December 10, 2016

PLF supports freedom to work Overcriminalization and environmental law Good decision in California endangered species case Union trespass onto private property Shorelines and the public trust Department of Labor shenanigans … ›

Bureaucrats abdicate duty 233 times. PLF sues.

The California Endangered Species Act charges the California Department of Fish and Wildlife with the task of conducting status reviews for endangered and threatened species at least once every five years. … ›

Gray wolf protections spell trouble for ranchers

Last month’s decision by the California Fish & Game Commission to protect the gray wolf under the California Endangered Species Act raises significant legal and policy questions. Check out this … ›

California protects gray wolf

Yesterday, the California Fish & Game Commission voted 3 – 1 to list the gray wolf as a protected species under the California Endangered Species Act.  The decision is particularly … ›

Environmental protection in conflict

Earlier this week, the Center for Biological Diversity petitioned the California Fish and Game Commission to list the kit fox as a threatened species under the California Endangered Species Act … ›

California supreme court to decide whether fish and game commission should correct mistakes

In December we reported on a California appellate court decision which says that when the California Fish & Game Commission erroneously lists a species under the California Endangered Species Act … ›

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Weekly litigation update — August 5, 2017

  Farmer explains excessiveness of seeking 2.8 million dollar fine for planting wheat PLF asks court to dismiss lawsuit challenging use of Congressional Review Act Amicus brief in support of Maine property … ›

Central Coast Forest Association wins round in California Supreme Court

Central Coast Forest Association, supported by Pacific Legal Foundation as amicus curiae, has won a long running procedural battle in the California Supreme Court. The unanimous Court ruled that California’s Endangered Species … ›

Challenge to California's gray wolf listing

This morning, we commenced our challenge to the California Fish and Game Commission’s listing of the gray wolf under the state’s Endangered Species Act. Brought on behalf of the California … ›

Weekly litigation report — December 10, 2016

PLF supports freedom to work Overcriminalization and environmental law Good decision in California endangered species case Union trespass onto private property Shorelines and the public trust Department of Labor shenanigans … ›

Bureaucrats abdicate duty 233 times. PLF sues.

The California Endangered Species Act charges the California Department of Fish and Wildlife with the task of conducting status reviews for endangered and threatened species at least once every five years. … ›

Gray wolf protections spell trouble for ranchers

Last month’s decision by the California Fish & Game Commission to protect the gray wolf under the California Endangered Species Act raises significant legal and policy questions. Check out this … ›

California protects gray wolf

Yesterday, the California Fish & Game Commission voted 3 – 1 to list the gray wolf as a protected species under the California Endangered Species Act.  The decision is particularly … ›

Environmental protection in conflict

Earlier this week, the Center for Biological Diversity petitioned the California Fish and Game Commission to list the kit fox as a threatened species under the California Endangered Species Act … ›

California supreme court to decide whether fish and game commission should correct mistakes

In December we reported on a California appellate court decision which says that when the California Fish & Game Commission erroneously lists a species under the California Endangered Species Act … ›

Weekly litigation update — August 5, 2017

  Farmer explains excessiveness of seeking 2.8 million dollar fine for planting wheat PLF asks court to dismiss lawsuit challenging use of Congressional Review Act Amicus brief in support of Maine property … ›

Central Coast Forest Association wins round in California Supreme Court

Central Coast Forest Association, supported by Pacific Legal Foundation as amicus curiae, has won a long running procedural battle in the California Supreme Court. The unanimous Court ruled that California’s Endangered Species … ›

Challenge to California's gray wolf listing

This morning, we commenced our challenge to the California Fish and Game Commission’s listing of the gray wolf under the state’s Endangered Species Act. Brought on behalf of the California … ›

Weekly litigation report — December 10, 2016

PLF supports freedom to work Overcriminalization and environmental law Good decision in California endangered species case Union trespass onto private property Shorelines and the public trust Department of Labor shenanigans … ›

Bureaucrats abdicate duty 233 times. PLF sues.

The California Endangered Species Act charges the California Department of Fish and Wildlife with the task of conducting status reviews for endangered and threatened species at least once every five years. … ›

Gray wolf protections spell trouble for ranchers

Last month’s decision by the California Fish & Game Commission to protect the gray wolf under the California Endangered Species Act raises significant legal and policy questions. Check out this … ›

California protects gray wolf

Yesterday, the California Fish & Game Commission voted 3 – 1 to list the gray wolf as a protected species under the California Endangered Species Act.  The decision is particularly … ›

Environmental protection in conflict

Earlier this week, the Center for Biological Diversity petitioned the California Fish and Game Commission to list the kit fox as a threatened species under the California Endangered Species Act … ›

California supreme court to decide whether fish and game commission should correct mistakes

In December we reported on a California appellate court decision which says that when the California Fish & Game Commission erroneously lists a species under the California Endangered Species Act … ›