Op-ed on Nevada's second bite at the free market apple

The Las Vegas Review-Journal has published my op-ed on AB 240, Nevada’s renewed attempt to get rid of its Competitor’s Veto law. As I write in the article: Nevada also … ›

Montana tries to get our Competitor's Veto lawsuit kicked out of court

Today we asked a Federal court not to throw out our case challenging Montana’s Competitor’s Veto law.  Our client, Tracie Pabst, has owned shuttle companies in Montana, North Dakota, New … ›

Ringing in the new year with news of court victories for liberty

The new year has brought news of victories for liberty across the fruited plain. Earlier this week, the Weston (Ct.) Forum reported on a five-million dollar jury verdict in favor of … ›

Milwaukee opens the road (slightly) for free enterprise

Good news from the Dairy State: the City of Milwaukee has decided to drop its appeal of a lower court decision holding the city’s regulation of taxicab permits unconstitutional. You’ll … ›

Stossel features PLF client Raleigh Bruner

If you missed John Stossel’s special “War on The Little Guy”–which features PLF’s lawsuit on behalf of Kentucky entrepreneur Raleigh Bruner–it’ll air again Sunday at 10pm and Monday at 1am … ›

Fourth Circuit: don’t bother us with the facts

This morning the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals decided the case of Colon Health Centers v. Hazel, a case challenging the constitutionality of Virginia’s “Certificate of Need” or CON law … ›

PLF urges court to end Kentucky's unconstitutional mover cartel

Today, PLF attorneys filed a motion in Kentucky Federal District Court asking Judge Danny Reeves to strike down the Bluegrass States’ anti-competition law for moving companies. Representing entrepreneur Raleigh Bruner … ›

Court throws out Maurice Underwood’s case—PLF will fight on for the right to earn a living

I’m saddened to report that a federal judge in Reno yesterday dismissed Maurice Underwood’s lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of Nevada’s licensing law for moving companies. That law—the most anti-competitive licensing … ›

Kentucky federal judge bars state from enforcing its anti-competition law

(PLF attorney Timothy Sandefur (L) and client Raleigh Bruner (R) outside the Federal Court building in Lexington, Ky. yesterday) This afternoon, U.S. District Court Judge Danny Reeves issued an order … ›

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Op-ed on Nevada's second bite at the free market apple

The Las Vegas Review-Journal has published my op-ed on AB 240, Nevada’s renewed attempt to get rid of its Competitor’s Veto law. As I write in the article: Nevada also … ›

Montana tries to get our Competitor's Veto lawsuit kicked out of court

Today we asked a Federal court not to throw out our case challenging Montana’s Competitor’s Veto law.  Our client, Tracie Pabst, has owned shuttle companies in Montana, North Dakota, New … ›

Ringing in the new year with news of court victories for liberty

The new year has brought news of victories for liberty across the fruited plain. Earlier this week, the Weston (Ct.) Forum reported on a five-million dollar jury verdict in favor of … ›

Milwaukee opens the road (slightly) for free enterprise

Good news from the Dairy State: the City of Milwaukee has decided to drop its appeal of a lower court decision holding the city’s regulation of taxicab permits unconstitutional. You’ll … ›

Stossel features PLF client Raleigh Bruner

If you missed John Stossel’s special “War on The Little Guy”–which features PLF’s lawsuit on behalf of Kentucky entrepreneur Raleigh Bruner–it’ll air again Sunday at 10pm and Monday at 1am … ›

Fourth Circuit: don’t bother us with the facts

This morning the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals decided the case of Colon Health Centers v. Hazel, a case challenging the constitutionality of Virginia’s “Certificate of Need” or CON law … ›

PLF urges court to end Kentucky's unconstitutional mover cartel

Today, PLF attorneys filed a motion in Kentucky Federal District Court asking Judge Danny Reeves to strike down the Bluegrass States’ anti-competition law for moving companies. Representing entrepreneur Raleigh Bruner … ›

Court throws out Maurice Underwood’s case—PLF will fight on for the right to earn a living

I’m saddened to report that a federal judge in Reno yesterday dismissed Maurice Underwood’s lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of Nevada’s licensing law for moving companies. That law—the most anti-competitive licensing … ›

Kentucky federal judge bars state from enforcing its anti-competition law

(PLF attorney Timothy Sandefur (L) and client Raleigh Bruner (R) outside the Federal Court building in Lexington, Ky. yesterday) This afternoon, U.S. District Court Judge Danny Reeves issued an order … ›

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Op-ed on Nevada's second bite at the free market apple

The Las Vegas Review-Journal has published my op-ed on AB 240, Nevada’s renewed attempt to get rid of its Competitor’s Veto law. As I write in the article: Nevada also … ›

Montana tries to get our Competitor's Veto lawsuit kicked out of court

Today we asked a Federal court not to throw out our case challenging Montana’s Competitor’s Veto law.  Our client, Tracie Pabst, has owned shuttle companies in Montana, North Dakota, New … ›

Ringing in the new year with news of court victories for liberty

The new year has brought news of victories for liberty across the fruited plain. Earlier this week, the Weston (Ct.) Forum reported on a five-million dollar jury verdict in favor of … ›

Milwaukee opens the road (slightly) for free enterprise

Good news from the Dairy State: the City of Milwaukee has decided to drop its appeal of a lower court decision holding the city’s regulation of taxicab permits unconstitutional. You’ll … ›

Stossel features PLF client Raleigh Bruner

If you missed John Stossel’s special “War on The Little Guy”–which features PLF’s lawsuit on behalf of Kentucky entrepreneur Raleigh Bruner–it’ll air again Sunday at 10pm and Monday at 1am … ›

Fourth Circuit: don’t bother us with the facts

This morning the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals decided the case of Colon Health Centers v. Hazel, a case challenging the constitutionality of Virginia’s “Certificate of Need” or CON law … ›

PLF urges court to end Kentucky's unconstitutional mover cartel

Today, PLF attorneys filed a motion in Kentucky Federal District Court asking Judge Danny Reeves to strike down the Bluegrass States’ anti-competition law for moving companies. Representing entrepreneur Raleigh Bruner … ›

Court throws out Maurice Underwood’s case—PLF will fight on for the right to earn a living

I’m saddened to report that a federal judge in Reno yesterday dismissed Maurice Underwood’s lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of Nevada’s licensing law for moving companies. That law—the most anti-competitive licensing … ›

Kentucky federal judge bars state from enforcing its anti-competition law

(PLF attorney Timothy Sandefur (L) and client Raleigh Bruner (R) outside the Federal Court building in Lexington, Ky. yesterday) This afternoon, U.S. District Court Judge Danny Reeves issued an order … ›

Op-ed on Nevada's second bite at the free market apple

The Las Vegas Review-Journal has published my op-ed on AB 240, Nevada’s renewed attempt to get rid of its Competitor’s Veto law. As I write in the article: Nevada also … ›

Montana tries to get our Competitor's Veto lawsuit kicked out of court

Today we asked a Federal court not to throw out our case challenging Montana’s Competitor’s Veto law.  Our client, Tracie Pabst, has owned shuttle companies in Montana, North Dakota, New … ›

Ringing in the new year with news of court victories for liberty

The new year has brought news of victories for liberty across the fruited plain. Earlier this week, the Weston (Ct.) Forum reported on a five-million dollar jury verdict in favor of … ›

Milwaukee opens the road (slightly) for free enterprise

Good news from the Dairy State: the City of Milwaukee has decided to drop its appeal of a lower court decision holding the city’s regulation of taxicab permits unconstitutional. You’ll … ›

Stossel features PLF client Raleigh Bruner

If you missed John Stossel’s special “War on The Little Guy”–which features PLF’s lawsuit on behalf of Kentucky entrepreneur Raleigh Bruner–it’ll air again Sunday at 10pm and Monday at 1am … ›

Fourth Circuit: don’t bother us with the facts

This morning the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals decided the case of Colon Health Centers v. Hazel, a case challenging the constitutionality of Virginia’s “Certificate of Need” or CON law … ›

PLF urges court to end Kentucky's unconstitutional mover cartel

Today, PLF attorneys filed a motion in Kentucky Federal District Court asking Judge Danny Reeves to strike down the Bluegrass States’ anti-competition law for moving companies. Representing entrepreneur Raleigh Bruner … ›

Court throws out Maurice Underwood’s case—PLF will fight on for the right to earn a living

I’m saddened to report that a federal judge in Reno yesterday dismissed Maurice Underwood’s lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of Nevada’s licensing law for moving companies. That law—the most anti-competitive licensing … ›

Kentucky federal judge bars state from enforcing its anti-competition law

(PLF attorney Timothy Sandefur (L) and client Raleigh Bruner (R) outside the Federal Court building in Lexington, Ky. yesterday) This afternoon, U.S. District Court Judge Danny Reeves issued an order … ›