Georgia Supreme Court goes out of its way to find that cronyism is specifically enshrined in the Georgia Constitution


Courts typically avoid ruling on constitutional issues unless it is necessary to decide a case. There are several reasons for this practice, not the least of which is that ruling on controversial constitutional matters when the case can be resolved on less controversial statutory grounds can make the court look political, or lend credence to ̷ ...


State auditor says failure to reform regulations is hurting businesses

September 19, 2012 | By BRIAN HODGES

PLF attorneys regularly represent people who have been stymied by government in their attempts to earn a living.  For example, Adam Sweet and Michael Munie were both prevented from legally operating moving companies until PLF challenged the unconstitutional laws that stood in their way.  It was with these and other entrepreneurial PLF clients in ...


Look up in the sky : It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s… an entrepreneur?

September 07, 2012 | By PACIFIC LEGAL FOUNDATION

Superhero films like The Avengers and The Dark Knight ruled the silver screen this summer. Millions of Americans escaped into cinematic worlds where daring guardians protected society from harm. Given the current economic climate, Americans could use a fleet of real-world fiscal Superheroes. Fortunately, America is already equipped with this its ow ...


PLF fighting for the right to earn a living

April 27, 2012 | By TIMOTHY SANDEFUR

I’m in St. Louis today to argue the case of entrepreneur Michael Munie. He’s been in the moving business for 20 years, and his company, ABC Quality Moving, is one of the most popular moving companies in the city. But under state law, he can’t get permission to operate throughout the rest of Missouri unless he … ...