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 … ›

Businesses should have the right to make their case

The National Law Journal has published my article about a growing problem in federal courts: the tendency of judges to dismiss lawsuits brought by business owners on the theory that … ›

President's weekly report — January 18, 2013

Property Rights — United States Supreme Court We had our argument in the United States Supreme Court on Tuesday in Koontz v. St. Johns Water Management District.  You can read … ›

Claremont Center for Constitutional Jurisprudence files brief in support of PLF's Hettinga petition

The Claremont Institute’s Center for Constitutional Jurisprudence has filed this friend of the court brief in support of our petition for certiorari in Hettinga v. United States. As the brief … ›

Cato and IJ file brief supporting PLF's petition in milk price restriction lawsuit

Our friends at the Cato Institute and the Institute for Justice filed this brief today in support of our cert. petition in the case of Hein Hettinga. The brief highlights … ›

Goldwater Institute files brief in support of PLF’s Hettinga petition

The Arizona-based Goldwater Institute today filed this friend-of-the-court brief in support of our petition for certiorari in the case of Hettinga v. United States. We’re urging the High Court to … ›

Why the Hettinga case is important

Reason’s Damon Root, Instapundit’s Elizabeth Foley, and the Yuma Sun explain why our petition for certiorari in Hettinga v. United States is so important. The case is about more than the … ›

Pacific Legal Foundation urges Supreme Court to give business owners their day in court

Today, we filed this petition for certiorari with the United States Supreme Court, asking the justices to review a case that severely restricts Americans’ right to challenge the constitutionality of … ›

There’s nothing activist about saying government must play by the rules.

Recently, bloggers and even the Texas Land Commissioner were decrying several Texas Supreme Court Justices for their “extreme activism” in ruling in favor of property owners in Severance v. Patterson. What … ›

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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 … ›

Businesses should have the right to make their case

The National Law Journal has published my article about a growing problem in federal courts: the tendency of judges to dismiss lawsuits brought by business owners on the theory that … ›

President's weekly report — January 18, 2013

Property Rights — United States Supreme Court We had our argument in the United States Supreme Court on Tuesday in Koontz v. St. Johns Water Management District.  You can read … ›

Claremont Center for Constitutional Jurisprudence files brief in support of PLF's Hettinga petition

The Claremont Institute’s Center for Constitutional Jurisprudence has filed this friend of the court brief in support of our petition for certiorari in Hettinga v. United States. As the brief … ›

Cato and IJ file brief supporting PLF's petition in milk price restriction lawsuit

Our friends at the Cato Institute and the Institute for Justice filed this brief today in support of our cert. petition in the case of Hein Hettinga. The brief highlights … ›

Goldwater Institute files brief in support of PLF’s Hettinga petition

The Arizona-based Goldwater Institute today filed this friend-of-the-court brief in support of our petition for certiorari in the case of Hettinga v. United States. We’re urging the High Court to … ›

Why the Hettinga case is important

Reason’s Damon Root, Instapundit’s Elizabeth Foley, and the Yuma Sun explain why our petition for certiorari in Hettinga v. United States is so important. The case is about more than the … ›

Pacific Legal Foundation urges Supreme Court to give business owners their day in court

Today, we filed this petition for certiorari with the United States Supreme Court, asking the justices to review a case that severely restricts Americans’ right to challenge the constitutionality of … ›

There’s nothing activist about saying government must play by the rules.

Recently, bloggers and even the Texas Land Commissioner were decrying several Texas Supreme Court Justices for their “extreme activism” in ruling in favor of property owners in Severance v. Patterson. What … ›

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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 … ›

Businesses should have the right to make their case

The National Law Journal has published my article about a growing problem in federal courts: the tendency of judges to dismiss lawsuits brought by business owners on the theory that … ›

President's weekly report — January 18, 2013

Property Rights — United States Supreme Court We had our argument in the United States Supreme Court on Tuesday in Koontz v. St. Johns Water Management District.  You can read … ›

Claremont Center for Constitutional Jurisprudence files brief in support of PLF's Hettinga petition

The Claremont Institute’s Center for Constitutional Jurisprudence has filed this friend of the court brief in support of our petition for certiorari in Hettinga v. United States. As the brief … ›

Cato and IJ file brief supporting PLF's petition in milk price restriction lawsuit

Our friends at the Cato Institute and the Institute for Justice filed this brief today in support of our cert. petition in the case of Hein Hettinga. The brief highlights … ›

Goldwater Institute files brief in support of PLF’s Hettinga petition

The Arizona-based Goldwater Institute today filed this friend-of-the-court brief in support of our petition for certiorari in the case of Hettinga v. United States. We’re urging the High Court to … ›

Why the Hettinga case is important

Reason’s Damon Root, Instapundit’s Elizabeth Foley, and the Yuma Sun explain why our petition for certiorari in Hettinga v. United States is so important. The case is about more than the … ›

Pacific Legal Foundation urges Supreme Court to give business owners their day in court

Today, we filed this petition for certiorari with the United States Supreme Court, asking the justices to review a case that severely restricts Americans’ right to challenge the constitutionality of … ›

There’s nothing activist about saying government must play by the rules.

Recently, bloggers and even the Texas Land Commissioner were decrying several Texas Supreme Court Justices for their “extreme activism” in ruling in favor of property owners in Severance v. Patterson. What … ›

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 … ›

Businesses should have the right to make their case

The National Law Journal has published my article about a growing problem in federal courts: the tendency of judges to dismiss lawsuits brought by business owners on the theory that … ›

President's weekly report — January 18, 2013

Property Rights — United States Supreme Court We had our argument in the United States Supreme Court on Tuesday in Koontz v. St. Johns Water Management District.  You can read … ›

Claremont Center for Constitutional Jurisprudence files brief in support of PLF's Hettinga petition

The Claremont Institute’s Center for Constitutional Jurisprudence has filed this friend of the court brief in support of our petition for certiorari in Hettinga v. United States. As the brief … ›

Cato and IJ file brief supporting PLF's petition in milk price restriction lawsuit

Our friends at the Cato Institute and the Institute for Justice filed this brief today in support of our cert. petition in the case of Hein Hettinga. The brief highlights … ›

Goldwater Institute files brief in support of PLF’s Hettinga petition

The Arizona-based Goldwater Institute today filed this friend-of-the-court brief in support of our petition for certiorari in the case of Hettinga v. United States. We’re urging the High Court to … ›

Why the Hettinga case is important

Reason’s Damon Root, Instapundit’s Elizabeth Foley, and the Yuma Sun explain why our petition for certiorari in Hettinga v. United States is so important. The case is about more than the … ›

Pacific Legal Foundation urges Supreme Court to give business owners their day in court

Today, we filed this petition for certiorari with the United States Supreme Court, asking the justices to review a case that severely restricts Americans’ right to challenge the constitutionality of … ›

There’s nothing activist about saying government must play by the rules.

Recently, bloggers and even the Texas Land Commissioner were decrying several Texas Supreme Court Justices for their “extreme activism” in ruling in favor of property owners in Severance v. Patterson. What … ›