Twenty years of landmark victories in the Pacific Northwest

Bellevue, Washington; June 4, 2012: This month marks the kickoff of the 20th anniversary celebrations for Pacific Legal Foundation’s first regional office — its Pacific Northwest (PNW) Center, headquartered in … ›

20 years of Pacific Northwest victories: the garden wall that sparked an "international" incident

It probably goes on record as one of the most bizarre phone calls the Northwest Center has ever received.  A few years ago, border-town retirees Herbert and Shirley Leu dialed … ›

Update: Ninth Circuit denies rehearing in Leu v. IBC

Author: Daniel Himebaugh The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit will not rehear the appeal in Leu v. International Boundary Commission. You may recall that this is the … ›

The Leus' garden blooms despite legal battle

Author: Brian T. Hodges Shirley and Herbert Leus’ garden seems to have been all but lost to the maelstrom that took over their case, Leu v. International Boundary Commission. If … ›

Ninth Circuit dismisses International Boundary Commissioner’s claims against the President

Author:  Brian T. Hodges Earlier today, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals issued its opinion in Leu v. International Boundary Commission. As you undoubtedly recall, this is the case where … ›

Armed conflict on the streets of Washington?

Author:Brian T. Hodges A panel of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals recently heard oral argument in Leu v. International Boundary Commission – a case that has been typified by truly bizarre twists. … ›

Court hears oral argument in Leu v. IBC

Author: Daniel Himebaugh The Ninth Circuit heard oral argument in Leu v. International Boundary Commission this morning in Seattle.  PLF and the Leus are now awaiting the court's decision. In … ›

Ninth Circuit to hear the case of the little garden that could (topple a federal official)

Author: Brian T. Hodges The Ninth Circuit set Leu v. International Boundary Commission for oral argument on May 5, 2010 in Seattle. In 2006, retired couple Shirley and Herbert Leu … ›

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Twenty years of landmark victories in the Pacific Northwest

Bellevue, Washington; June 4, 2012: This month marks the kickoff of the 20th anniversary celebrations for Pacific Legal Foundation’s first regional office — its Pacific Northwest (PNW) Center, headquartered in … ›

20 years of Pacific Northwest victories: the garden wall that sparked an "international" incident

It probably goes on record as one of the most bizarre phone calls the Northwest Center has ever received.  A few years ago, border-town retirees Herbert and Shirley Leu dialed … ›

Update: Ninth Circuit denies rehearing in Leu v. IBC

Author: Daniel Himebaugh The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit will not rehear the appeal in Leu v. International Boundary Commission. You may recall that this is the … ›

The Leus' garden blooms despite legal battle

Author: Brian T. Hodges Shirley and Herbert Leus’ garden seems to have been all but lost to the maelstrom that took over their case, Leu v. International Boundary Commission. If … ›

Ninth Circuit dismisses International Boundary Commissioner’s claims against the President

Author:  Brian T. Hodges Earlier today, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals issued its opinion in Leu v. International Boundary Commission. As you undoubtedly recall, this is the case where … ›

Armed conflict on the streets of Washington?

Author:Brian T. Hodges A panel of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals recently heard oral argument in Leu v. International Boundary Commission – a case that has been typified by truly bizarre twists. … ›

Court hears oral argument in Leu v. IBC

Author: Daniel Himebaugh The Ninth Circuit heard oral argument in Leu v. International Boundary Commission this morning in Seattle.  PLF and the Leus are now awaiting the court's decision. In … ›

Ninth Circuit to hear the case of the little garden that could (topple a federal official)

Author: Brian T. Hodges The Ninth Circuit set Leu v. International Boundary Commission for oral argument on May 5, 2010 in Seattle. In 2006, retired couple Shirley and Herbert Leu … ›

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Twenty years of landmark victories in the Pacific Northwest

Bellevue, Washington; June 4, 2012: This month marks the kickoff of the 20th anniversary celebrations for Pacific Legal Foundation’s first regional office — its Pacific Northwest (PNW) Center, headquartered in … ›

20 years of Pacific Northwest victories: the garden wall that sparked an "international" incident

It probably goes on record as one of the most bizarre phone calls the Northwest Center has ever received.  A few years ago, border-town retirees Herbert and Shirley Leu dialed … ›

Update: Ninth Circuit denies rehearing in Leu v. IBC

Author: Daniel Himebaugh The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit will not rehear the appeal in Leu v. International Boundary Commission. You may recall that this is the … ›

The Leus' garden blooms despite legal battle

Author: Brian T. Hodges Shirley and Herbert Leus’ garden seems to have been all but lost to the maelstrom that took over their case, Leu v. International Boundary Commission. If … ›

Ninth Circuit dismisses International Boundary Commissioner’s claims against the President

Author:  Brian T. Hodges Earlier today, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals issued its opinion in Leu v. International Boundary Commission. As you undoubtedly recall, this is the case where … ›

Armed conflict on the streets of Washington?

Author:Brian T. Hodges A panel of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals recently heard oral argument in Leu v. International Boundary Commission – a case that has been typified by truly bizarre twists. … ›

Court hears oral argument in Leu v. IBC

Author: Daniel Himebaugh The Ninth Circuit heard oral argument in Leu v. International Boundary Commission this morning in Seattle.  PLF and the Leus are now awaiting the court's decision. In … ›

Ninth Circuit to hear the case of the little garden that could (topple a federal official)

Author: Brian T. Hodges The Ninth Circuit set Leu v. International Boundary Commission for oral argument on May 5, 2010 in Seattle. In 2006, retired couple Shirley and Herbert Leu … ›

Twenty years of landmark victories in the Pacific Northwest

Bellevue, Washington; June 4, 2012: This month marks the kickoff of the 20th anniversary celebrations for Pacific Legal Foundation’s first regional office — its Pacific Northwest (PNW) Center, headquartered in … ›

20 years of Pacific Northwest victories: the garden wall that sparked an "international" incident

It probably goes on record as one of the most bizarre phone calls the Northwest Center has ever received.  A few years ago, border-town retirees Herbert and Shirley Leu dialed … ›

Update: Ninth Circuit denies rehearing in Leu v. IBC

Author: Daniel Himebaugh The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit will not rehear the appeal in Leu v. International Boundary Commission. You may recall that this is the … ›

The Leus' garden blooms despite legal battle

Author: Brian T. Hodges Shirley and Herbert Leus’ garden seems to have been all but lost to the maelstrom that took over their case, Leu v. International Boundary Commission. If … ›

Ninth Circuit dismisses International Boundary Commissioner’s claims against the President

Author:  Brian T. Hodges Earlier today, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals issued its opinion in Leu v. International Boundary Commission. As you undoubtedly recall, this is the case where … ›

Armed conflict on the streets of Washington?

Author:Brian T. Hodges A panel of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals recently heard oral argument in Leu v. International Boundary Commission – a case that has been typified by truly bizarre twists. … ›

Court hears oral argument in Leu v. IBC

Author: Daniel Himebaugh The Ninth Circuit heard oral argument in Leu v. International Boundary Commission this morning in Seattle.  PLF and the Leus are now awaiting the court's decision. In … ›

Ninth Circuit to hear the case of the little garden that could (topple a federal official)

Author: Brian T. Hodges The Ninth Circuit set Leu v. International Boundary Commission for oral argument on May 5, 2010 in Seattle. In 2006, retired couple Shirley and Herbert Leu … ›