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August 19, 2017

Weekly litigation report — August 19, 2017

Environmentalists warn of catastrophic sun-darkening on Monday! Support for the Supreme Court to toss Michigan’s theft by tax-forclosure scheme Widespread support for “absent frog” case in Supreme Court And widespread concern for unoccupied sage-grouse habitat rules John Duarte settles with the Corps over making mountains out of ...

July 29, 2017

Weekly litigation report — July 29, 2017

Did the government err in going after John Duarte? In Duarte Nursery v. Army Corps of Engineers, we filed a motion to dismiss the Army Corps' Clean Water Act counterclaim against Duarte Nursery and its president, John Duarte, for lack of federal court subject matter jurisdiction. This is the case where the government is accusing ...

June 03, 2017

Weekly litigation report — June 3, 2017

PLF asks Supreme Court to protect free speech San Francisco loses again in case over extortionate demands on property owners Sixth Circuit holds that victims of federal takings do not enjoy the right to a jury California Supreme Court hears case that could eviscerate Proposition 13 Farming “mini-mountains” case proceeds PLF asks Supreme ...

October 23, 2015

Duarte Nursery submits its due process case against the Army Corps of Engineers

Today, on behalf of Duarte Nursery, Pacific Legal Foundation filed a motion for summary judgment against the Corps of Engineers on the company’s due process claims against the agency. The Corps of Engineers ordered Duarte Nursery to stop farming its land, without giving the company a hearing. This violates the Fifth Amendment’s prohib ...

February 06, 2014

President's weekly report — February 6, 2014

Economic Liberty — Movin’ on up in Kentucky We had this great federal district court victory this week in Bruner v. Zawacki.  This was our challenge to Kentucky’s anticonsumer and anticompetitive law that gave existing moving companies a veto over new competitors.  As explained in our blog, rather than protecting the public a ...