What if the Clean Water Act is unconstitutionally vague?

As regular readers know, PLF argued a case in the Supreme Court of the United States last week, U.S. Army Corps v. Hawkes Co., concerning whether property owners can have … ›

US Senator Grassley speaks on PLF client John Duarte's fight with federal wetland enforcers

Yesterday, February 25, United States Senator Chuck Grassley (R – Iowa) took to the floor of the Senate Chamber to inform his colleagues about PLF client John Duarte’s ongoing battle … ›

PLF sues Corps of Engineers for First Amendment retaliation against Duarte Nursery

Today, after the federal court granted leave to file an amended pleading, Duarte Nursery, Inc., and its president, John Duarte, filed this amended complaint against the United States and the … ›

Judge again refuses to toss Duarte Nursery's due process claims in PLF suit

In Duarte v. Corps of Engineers, the trial court has, for the second time, denied a motion by the federal government to dismiss Duarte Nursery’s claims for violation of the … ›

Judge refuses to toss PLF suit against wetlands enforcers due process violations

Today, the United States District Court for the Eastern District of California, denied the federal government’s motion to dismiss PLF’s due process challenge against the Army Corps of Engineers, brought on … ›

PLF attorney Tony Francois to appear on KMJ Fresno's Ray Appleton Show

Tomorrow in the noon hour on the West Coast I will be joined by PLF client John Duarte as we are interviewed by KMJ Fresno AM 580’s Ray Appleton, to … ›

Listen to PLF client John Duarte on today's Ray Appleton radio show

PLF client John Duarte is scheduled to appear on the radio later this morning with host Ray Appleton on Fresno’s KMJ 580 AM, between 11am and 2pm, and among other … ›

Holding the feds accountable for closing farm without due process

Next Monday morning I will be presenting oral argument in the federal District Court for the Eastern District of California in Sacramento, in the case of Duarte v. Corps of … ›

If every connection is significant, then none are

Last week, I testified before the Environmental Protection Agency’s Science Advisory Board review panel on the EPA’s recent wetlands connectivity report.  Last week’s testimony follows on PLF’s written comments to … ›

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What if the Clean Water Act is unconstitutionally vague?

As regular readers know, PLF argued a case in the Supreme Court of the United States last week, U.S. Army Corps v. Hawkes Co., concerning whether property owners can have … ›

US Senator Grassley speaks on PLF client John Duarte's fight with federal wetland enforcers

Yesterday, February 25, United States Senator Chuck Grassley (R – Iowa) took to the floor of the Senate Chamber to inform his colleagues about PLF client John Duarte’s ongoing battle … ›

PLF sues Corps of Engineers for First Amendment retaliation against Duarte Nursery

Today, after the federal court granted leave to file an amended pleading, Duarte Nursery, Inc., and its president, John Duarte, filed this amended complaint against the United States and the … ›

Judge again refuses to toss Duarte Nursery's due process claims in PLF suit

In Duarte v. Corps of Engineers, the trial court has, for the second time, denied a motion by the federal government to dismiss Duarte Nursery’s claims for violation of the … ›

Judge refuses to toss PLF suit against wetlands enforcers due process violations

Today, the United States District Court for the Eastern District of California, denied the federal government’s motion to dismiss PLF’s due process challenge against the Army Corps of Engineers, brought on … ›

PLF attorney Tony Francois to appear on KMJ Fresno's Ray Appleton Show

Tomorrow in the noon hour on the West Coast I will be joined by PLF client John Duarte as we are interviewed by KMJ Fresno AM 580’s Ray Appleton, to … ›

Listen to PLF client John Duarte on today's Ray Appleton radio show

PLF client John Duarte is scheduled to appear on the radio later this morning with host Ray Appleton on Fresno’s KMJ 580 AM, between 11am and 2pm, and among other … ›

Holding the feds accountable for closing farm without due process

Next Monday morning I will be presenting oral argument in the federal District Court for the Eastern District of California in Sacramento, in the case of Duarte v. Corps of … ›

If every connection is significant, then none are

Last week, I testified before the Environmental Protection Agency’s Science Advisory Board review panel on the EPA’s recent wetlands connectivity report.  Last week’s testimony follows on PLF’s written comments to … ›

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What if the Clean Water Act is unconstitutionally vague?

As regular readers know, PLF argued a case in the Supreme Court of the United States last week, U.S. Army Corps v. Hawkes Co., concerning whether property owners can have … ›

US Senator Grassley speaks on PLF client John Duarte's fight with federal wetland enforcers

Yesterday, February 25, United States Senator Chuck Grassley (R – Iowa) took to the floor of the Senate Chamber to inform his colleagues about PLF client John Duarte’s ongoing battle … ›

PLF sues Corps of Engineers for First Amendment retaliation against Duarte Nursery

Today, after the federal court granted leave to file an amended pleading, Duarte Nursery, Inc., and its president, John Duarte, filed this amended complaint against the United States and the … ›

Judge again refuses to toss Duarte Nursery's due process claims in PLF suit

In Duarte v. Corps of Engineers, the trial court has, for the second time, denied a motion by the federal government to dismiss Duarte Nursery’s claims for violation of the … ›

Judge refuses to toss PLF suit against wetlands enforcers due process violations

Today, the United States District Court for the Eastern District of California, denied the federal government’s motion to dismiss PLF’s due process challenge against the Army Corps of Engineers, brought on … ›

PLF attorney Tony Francois to appear on KMJ Fresno's Ray Appleton Show

Tomorrow in the noon hour on the West Coast I will be joined by PLF client John Duarte as we are interviewed by KMJ Fresno AM 580’s Ray Appleton, to … ›

Listen to PLF client John Duarte on today's Ray Appleton radio show

PLF client John Duarte is scheduled to appear on the radio later this morning with host Ray Appleton on Fresno’s KMJ 580 AM, between 11am and 2pm, and among other … ›

Holding the feds accountable for closing farm without due process

Next Monday morning I will be presenting oral argument in the federal District Court for the Eastern District of California in Sacramento, in the case of Duarte v. Corps of … ›

If every connection is significant, then none are

Last week, I testified before the Environmental Protection Agency’s Science Advisory Board review panel on the EPA’s recent wetlands connectivity report.  Last week’s testimony follows on PLF’s written comments to … ›

What if the Clean Water Act is unconstitutionally vague?

As regular readers know, PLF argued a case in the Supreme Court of the United States last week, U.S. Army Corps v. Hawkes Co., concerning whether property owners can have … ›

US Senator Grassley speaks on PLF client John Duarte's fight with federal wetland enforcers

Yesterday, February 25, United States Senator Chuck Grassley (R – Iowa) took to the floor of the Senate Chamber to inform his colleagues about PLF client John Duarte’s ongoing battle … ›

PLF sues Corps of Engineers for First Amendment retaliation against Duarte Nursery

Today, after the federal court granted leave to file an amended pleading, Duarte Nursery, Inc., and its president, John Duarte, filed this amended complaint against the United States and the … ›

Judge again refuses to toss Duarte Nursery's due process claims in PLF suit

In Duarte v. Corps of Engineers, the trial court has, for the second time, denied a motion by the federal government to dismiss Duarte Nursery’s claims for violation of the … ›

Judge refuses to toss PLF suit against wetlands enforcers due process violations

Today, the United States District Court for the Eastern District of California, denied the federal government’s motion to dismiss PLF’s due process challenge against the Army Corps of Engineers, brought on … ›

PLF attorney Tony Francois to appear on KMJ Fresno's Ray Appleton Show

Tomorrow in the noon hour on the West Coast I will be joined by PLF client John Duarte as we are interviewed by KMJ Fresno AM 580’s Ray Appleton, to … ›

Listen to PLF client John Duarte on today's Ray Appleton radio show

PLF client John Duarte is scheduled to appear on the radio later this morning with host Ray Appleton on Fresno’s KMJ 580 AM, between 11am and 2pm, and among other … ›

Holding the feds accountable for closing farm without due process

Next Monday morning I will be presenting oral argument in the federal District Court for the Eastern District of California in Sacramento, in the case of Duarte v. Corps of … ›

If every connection is significant, then none are

Last week, I testified before the Environmental Protection Agency’s Science Advisory Board review panel on the EPA’s recent wetlands connectivity report.  Last week’s testimony follows on PLF’s written comments to … ›