PLF announces appeal to illegal jaguar rule

The designation of critical habitat for jaguar in New Mexico unnecessarily ties thousands of acres of land in red tape. The rule makes it harder for ranchers to get grazing permits, build corrals, stock ponds, or additional fences.

Court should reject government double speak in jaguar rule

In 2014, the federal government designated thousands of acres in New Mexico as “critical habitat” for the jaguar. The designation is absurd, because as cat-lovers know, jaguars prefer the wet, … ›

Weekly litigation report — November 5, 2016 (Guy Fawkes edition)

Regulatory Guidance on wetlands Jurisdictional Determinations West Hollywood shakedown — Property Rights Palo Alto shakedown — Property Rights Florida island taken in the Keys — Property Rights A California tax-limitation … ›

Earth to the Feds: dry New Mexico should not be designated “critical habitat” for jungle-loving jaguar

Calling New Mexico essential to the conservation of the jaguar is kind of like calling your garbage can essential to a raccoon just because you found one snooping through the … ›

PLF sues over jaguar critical habitat designation in New Mexico

The only jaguars that you are likely to find today in New Mexico are at this dealership in Albuquerque. But that didn’t stop the federal government from designating tens of thousands of acres … ›

President's weekly report — May 9, 2014

Obama care — Oral Argument The D.C. Circuit court of appeals heard oral argument on May 9 in Sissel v. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, our Origination Clause … ›

My two-year battle with the United States Army

The following is PLF client Peter Smith’s retelling of the events leading up to and including his lawsuit against the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. My wife, Frankie, and I … ›

Fake reform delivers nothing for New Mexico entrepreneurs

The New Mexico legislature is currently debating a bill, HB 194, which would reform that state’s cumbersome Public Utility Commission. Sadly, some reform advocates mistakenly think it would “reduce or remove the … ›

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PLF announces appeal to illegal jaguar rule

The designation of critical habitat for jaguar in New Mexico unnecessarily ties thousands of acres of land in red tape. The rule makes it harder for ranchers to get grazing permits, build corrals, stock ponds, or additional fences.

Court should reject government double speak in jaguar rule

In 2014, the federal government designated thousands of acres in New Mexico as “critical habitat” for the jaguar. The designation is absurd, because as cat-lovers know, jaguars prefer the wet, … ›

Weekly litigation report — November 5, 2016 (Guy Fawkes edition)

Regulatory Guidance on wetlands Jurisdictional Determinations West Hollywood shakedown — Property Rights Palo Alto shakedown — Property Rights Florida island taken in the Keys — Property Rights A California tax-limitation … ›

Earth to the Feds: dry New Mexico should not be designated “critical habitat” for jungle-loving jaguar

Calling New Mexico essential to the conservation of the jaguar is kind of like calling your garbage can essential to a raccoon just because you found one snooping through the … ›

PLF sues over jaguar critical habitat designation in New Mexico

The only jaguars that you are likely to find today in New Mexico are at this dealership in Albuquerque. But that didn’t stop the federal government from designating tens of thousands of acres … ›

President's weekly report — May 9, 2014

Obama care — Oral Argument The D.C. Circuit court of appeals heard oral argument on May 9 in Sissel v. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, our Origination Clause … ›

My two-year battle with the United States Army

The following is PLF client Peter Smith’s retelling of the events leading up to and including his lawsuit against the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. My wife, Frankie, and I … ›

Fake reform delivers nothing for New Mexico entrepreneurs

The New Mexico legislature is currently debating a bill, HB 194, which would reform that state’s cumbersome Public Utility Commission. Sadly, some reform advocates mistakenly think it would “reduce or remove the … ›

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PLF announces appeal to illegal jaguar rule

The designation of critical habitat for jaguar in New Mexico unnecessarily ties thousands of acres of land in red tape. The rule makes it harder for ranchers to get grazing permits, build corrals, stock ponds, or additional fences.

Court should reject government double speak in jaguar rule

In 2014, the federal government designated thousands of acres in New Mexico as “critical habitat” for the jaguar. The designation is absurd, because as cat-lovers know, jaguars prefer the wet, … ›

Weekly litigation report — November 5, 2016 (Guy Fawkes edition)

Regulatory Guidance on wetlands Jurisdictional Determinations West Hollywood shakedown — Property Rights Palo Alto shakedown — Property Rights Florida island taken in the Keys — Property Rights A California tax-limitation … ›

Earth to the Feds: dry New Mexico should not be designated “critical habitat” for jungle-loving jaguar

Calling New Mexico essential to the conservation of the jaguar is kind of like calling your garbage can essential to a raccoon just because you found one snooping through the … ›

PLF sues over jaguar critical habitat designation in New Mexico

The only jaguars that you are likely to find today in New Mexico are at this dealership in Albuquerque. But that didn’t stop the federal government from designating tens of thousands of acres … ›

President's weekly report — May 9, 2014

Obama care — Oral Argument The D.C. Circuit court of appeals heard oral argument on May 9 in Sissel v. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, our Origination Clause … ›

My two-year battle with the United States Army

The following is PLF client Peter Smith’s retelling of the events leading up to and including his lawsuit against the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. My wife, Frankie, and I … ›

Fake reform delivers nothing for New Mexico entrepreneurs

The New Mexico legislature is currently debating a bill, HB 194, which would reform that state’s cumbersome Public Utility Commission. Sadly, some reform advocates mistakenly think it would “reduce or remove the … ›

PLF announces appeal to illegal jaguar rule

The designation of critical habitat for jaguar in New Mexico unnecessarily ties thousands of acres of land in red tape. The rule makes it harder for ranchers to get grazing permits, build corrals, stock ponds, or additional fences.

Court should reject government double speak in jaguar rule

In 2014, the federal government designated thousands of acres in New Mexico as “critical habitat” for the jaguar. The designation is absurd, because as cat-lovers know, jaguars prefer the wet, … ›

Weekly litigation report — November 5, 2016 (Guy Fawkes edition)

Regulatory Guidance on wetlands Jurisdictional Determinations West Hollywood shakedown — Property Rights Palo Alto shakedown — Property Rights Florida island taken in the Keys — Property Rights A California tax-limitation … ›

Earth to the Feds: dry New Mexico should not be designated “critical habitat” for jungle-loving jaguar

Calling New Mexico essential to the conservation of the jaguar is kind of like calling your garbage can essential to a raccoon just because you found one snooping through the … ›

PLF sues over jaguar critical habitat designation in New Mexico

The only jaguars that you are likely to find today in New Mexico are at this dealership in Albuquerque. But that didn’t stop the federal government from designating tens of thousands of acres … ›

President's weekly report — May 9, 2014

Obama care — Oral Argument The D.C. Circuit court of appeals heard oral argument on May 9 in Sissel v. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, our Origination Clause … ›

My two-year battle with the United States Army

The following is PLF client Peter Smith’s retelling of the events leading up to and including his lawsuit against the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. My wife, Frankie, and I … ›

Fake reform delivers nothing for New Mexico entrepreneurs

The New Mexico legislature is currently debating a bill, HB 194, which would reform that state’s cumbersome Public Utility Commission. Sadly, some reform advocates mistakenly think it would “reduce or remove the … ›