Cert grant pitting “concerted activities” against freedom of contract

Today the Supreme Court granted certiorari in three cases that raise the same issue: whether the National Labor Relations Act, which protects workers’ rights to engage in “concerted activities” for … ›

The Supreme Court should grant certiorari in Fisher

A few months back, PLF filed this brief in Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin urging the Supreme Court to take the case. Our friends at the Center for Equal Opportunity, the American … ›

PLF: "All-star" impact in the Supreme Court

SCOTUSBlog has announced the results of its survey of the impact of friend-of-the-court briefs by organizations across the country. We’re very proud to learn that Pacific Legal Foundation ranks third … ›

PLF launches Supreme Court challenge to EPA's carbon dioxide endangerment finding

When EPA determined in 2009 that carbon dioxide and related substances pose a danger to human health and the environment, it skipped a step.  EPA neglected to seek peer review … ›

Fisher v. University of Texas: An opportunity for equal opportunity

After so much waiting, the Supreme Court has finally decided to take up Fisher v. University of Texas.  PLF has been involved in this case for three years now.  [In … ›

Supreme Court passes up case on class action abuse and punitive damages

The Supreme Court denied certiorari this morning in Farmers Insurance v. Strawn (Supreme Ct. docket no. 11-445).  PLF filed amicus briefs in both the Oregon Supreme Court and supporting the … ›

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Cert grant pitting “concerted activities” against freedom of contract

Today the Supreme Court granted certiorari in three cases that raise the same issue: whether the National Labor Relations Act, which protects workers’ rights to engage in “concerted activities” for … ›

The Supreme Court should grant certiorari in Fisher

A few months back, PLF filed this brief in Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin urging the Supreme Court to take the case. Our friends at the Center for Equal Opportunity, the American … ›

PLF: "All-star" impact in the Supreme Court

SCOTUSBlog has announced the results of its survey of the impact of friend-of-the-court briefs by organizations across the country. We’re very proud to learn that Pacific Legal Foundation ranks third … ›

PLF launches Supreme Court challenge to EPA's carbon dioxide endangerment finding

When EPA determined in 2009 that carbon dioxide and related substances pose a danger to human health and the environment, it skipped a step.  EPA neglected to seek peer review … ›

Fisher v. University of Texas: An opportunity for equal opportunity

After so much waiting, the Supreme Court has finally decided to take up Fisher v. University of Texas.  PLF has been involved in this case for three years now.  [In … ›

Supreme Court passes up case on class action abuse and punitive damages

The Supreme Court denied certiorari this morning in Farmers Insurance v. Strawn (Supreme Ct. docket no. 11-445).  PLF filed amicus briefs in both the Oregon Supreme Court and supporting the … ›

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Cert grant pitting “concerted activities” against freedom of contract

Today the Supreme Court granted certiorari in three cases that raise the same issue: whether the National Labor Relations Act, which protects workers’ rights to engage in “concerted activities” for … ›

The Supreme Court should grant certiorari in Fisher

A few months back, PLF filed this brief in Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin urging the Supreme Court to take the case. Our friends at the Center for Equal Opportunity, the American … ›

PLF: "All-star" impact in the Supreme Court

SCOTUSBlog has announced the results of its survey of the impact of friend-of-the-court briefs by organizations across the country. We’re very proud to learn that Pacific Legal Foundation ranks third … ›

PLF launches Supreme Court challenge to EPA's carbon dioxide endangerment finding

When EPA determined in 2009 that carbon dioxide and related substances pose a danger to human health and the environment, it skipped a step.  EPA neglected to seek peer review … ›

Fisher v. University of Texas: An opportunity for equal opportunity

After so much waiting, the Supreme Court has finally decided to take up Fisher v. University of Texas.  PLF has been involved in this case for three years now.  [In … ›

Supreme Court passes up case on class action abuse and punitive damages

The Supreme Court denied certiorari this morning in Farmers Insurance v. Strawn (Supreme Ct. docket no. 11-445).  PLF filed amicus briefs in both the Oregon Supreme Court and supporting the … ›

Cert grant pitting “concerted activities” against freedom of contract

Today the Supreme Court granted certiorari in three cases that raise the same issue: whether the National Labor Relations Act, which protects workers’ rights to engage in “concerted activities” for … ›

The Supreme Court should grant certiorari in Fisher

A few months back, PLF filed this brief in Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin urging the Supreme Court to take the case. Our friends at the Center for Equal Opportunity, the American … ›

PLF: "All-star" impact in the Supreme Court

SCOTUSBlog has announced the results of its survey of the impact of friend-of-the-court briefs by organizations across the country. We’re very proud to learn that Pacific Legal Foundation ranks third … ›

PLF launches Supreme Court challenge to EPA's carbon dioxide endangerment finding

When EPA determined in 2009 that carbon dioxide and related substances pose a danger to human health and the environment, it skipped a step.  EPA neglected to seek peer review … ›

Fisher v. University of Texas: An opportunity for equal opportunity

After so much waiting, the Supreme Court has finally decided to take up Fisher v. University of Texas.  PLF has been involved in this case for three years now.  [In … ›

Supreme Court passes up case on class action abuse and punitive damages

The Supreme Court denied certiorari this morning in Farmers Insurance v. Strawn (Supreme Ct. docket no. 11-445).  PLF filed amicus briefs in both the Oregon Supreme Court and supporting the … ›