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February 10, 2018

Weekly update — February 10, 2018

Coastal Property Owners argue that they do not need to jump through meaningless hoops to vindicate their rights Eleventh Circuit hears PLF in takings case Does forcing phone-sellers to post misleading warnings about their phones violate their free speech rights? Washington's assault on property rights will stand – for now. PLF and supporters resp ...

December 23, 2017

Weekly litigation report—December 23, 2017

CBD sues Santa, tort reform is drugged in California, and repealing bad regulations is legal. ...

September 30, 2016

Seattle's plans to fix your "unconscious bias"

Seattle has decided to force landlords to accept the first prospective tenant that walks through the door. Why? Because you may be a racist and not even know it; your unconscious biases could control your rental decisions. Seattle is not content with stopping you from listening to the devil on your shoulder. The city also wants to ...

August 18, 2014

Court to hold hearing on SF's new tenant payment requirement

On July 24, 2014, Pacific Legal Foundation (PLF) attorneys filed a complaint in federal court on behalf of Daniel and Maria Levin (Levins) and several other plaintiffs challenging San Francisco’s new Tenant Relocation Assistance Ordinance.  The Levins and other property owners want to stop being landlords so they can use their property fo ...

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