Briefing complete in challenge to access regulation

We recently filed our Ninth Circuit reply brief in Cedar Point Nursery v. Gould. The case involves a challenge to the Agricultural Labor Relations Board’s access regulation, which allows union activists … ›

Will the Supreme Court's second Horne decision undermine Williamson County ripeness?

One issue that has received little attention following the oral argument in Horne v. United States Department of Agriculture is the question of what the Hornes’ remedy should be if … ›

Bad decision for water rights

Last week, the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals, in Casitas Municipal Water District v. United States, dismissed as unripe the plaintiff district’s takings claim.  (PLF submitted an amicus brief supporting … ›

Is the federal government shifting the focus in Arkansas Game & Fish Commission?

As the October 3, 2012, argument date draws closer in Arkansas Game & Fish Commission, the issues that the U.S. Supreme Court will likely have to decide are becoming more … ›

More briefs, fewer answers in Arkansas Game & Fish Commission

Last week, I reported that the federal government’s merits brief in Arkansas Game & Fish Commission shed very little light on the question whether recurring flood invasions must continue permanently … ›

U.S. Supreme Court set to determine viability of temporary physical takings

Last week, PLF attorneys filed an amicus brief on behalf of PLF, the Cato Institute, and Atlantic Legal Foundation in one of the most significant Takings Clause cases to reach … ›

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Briefing complete in challenge to access regulation

We recently filed our Ninth Circuit reply brief in Cedar Point Nursery v. Gould. The case involves a challenge to the Agricultural Labor Relations Board’s access regulation, which allows union activists … ›

Will the Supreme Court's second Horne decision undermine Williamson County ripeness?

One issue that has received little attention following the oral argument in Horne v. United States Department of Agriculture is the question of what the Hornes’ remedy should be if … ›

Bad decision for water rights

Last week, the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals, in Casitas Municipal Water District v. United States, dismissed as unripe the plaintiff district’s takings claim.  (PLF submitted an amicus brief supporting … ›

Is the federal government shifting the focus in Arkansas Game & Fish Commission?

As the October 3, 2012, argument date draws closer in Arkansas Game & Fish Commission, the issues that the U.S. Supreme Court will likely have to decide are becoming more … ›

More briefs, fewer answers in Arkansas Game & Fish Commission

Last week, I reported that the federal government’s merits brief in Arkansas Game & Fish Commission shed very little light on the question whether recurring flood invasions must continue permanently … ›

U.S. Supreme Court set to determine viability of temporary physical takings

Last week, PLF attorneys filed an amicus brief on behalf of PLF, the Cato Institute, and Atlantic Legal Foundation in one of the most significant Takings Clause cases to reach … ›

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Briefing complete in challenge to access regulation

We recently filed our Ninth Circuit reply brief in Cedar Point Nursery v. Gould. The case involves a challenge to the Agricultural Labor Relations Board’s access regulation, which allows union activists … ›

Will the Supreme Court's second Horne decision undermine Williamson County ripeness?

One issue that has received little attention following the oral argument in Horne v. United States Department of Agriculture is the question of what the Hornes’ remedy should be if … ›

Bad decision for water rights

Last week, the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals, in Casitas Municipal Water District v. United States, dismissed as unripe the plaintiff district’s takings claim.  (PLF submitted an amicus brief supporting … ›

Is the federal government shifting the focus in Arkansas Game & Fish Commission?

As the October 3, 2012, argument date draws closer in Arkansas Game & Fish Commission, the issues that the U.S. Supreme Court will likely have to decide are becoming more … ›

More briefs, fewer answers in Arkansas Game & Fish Commission

Last week, I reported that the federal government’s merits brief in Arkansas Game & Fish Commission shed very little light on the question whether recurring flood invasions must continue permanently … ›

U.S. Supreme Court set to determine viability of temporary physical takings

Last week, PLF attorneys filed an amicus brief on behalf of PLF, the Cato Institute, and Atlantic Legal Foundation in one of the most significant Takings Clause cases to reach … ›

Briefing complete in challenge to access regulation

We recently filed our Ninth Circuit reply brief in Cedar Point Nursery v. Gould. The case involves a challenge to the Agricultural Labor Relations Board’s access regulation, which allows union activists … ›

Will the Supreme Court's second Horne decision undermine Williamson County ripeness?

One issue that has received little attention following the oral argument in Horne v. United States Department of Agriculture is the question of what the Hornes’ remedy should be if … ›

Bad decision for water rights

Last week, the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals, in Casitas Municipal Water District v. United States, dismissed as unripe the plaintiff district’s takings claim.  (PLF submitted an amicus brief supporting … ›

Is the federal government shifting the focus in Arkansas Game & Fish Commission?

As the October 3, 2012, argument date draws closer in Arkansas Game & Fish Commission, the issues that the U.S. Supreme Court will likely have to decide are becoming more … ›

More briefs, fewer answers in Arkansas Game & Fish Commission

Last week, I reported that the federal government’s merits brief in Arkansas Game & Fish Commission shed very little light on the question whether recurring flood invasions must continue permanently … ›

U.S. Supreme Court set to determine viability of temporary physical takings

Last week, PLF attorneys filed an amicus brief on behalf of PLF, the Cato Institute, and Atlantic Legal Foundation in one of the most significant Takings Clause cases to reach … ›