PLF’s Markle critical habitat case draws broad amicus support

This week, business groups, associations, think tanks, and government entities all filed “friends of the court” amicus briefs supporting PLF in its high-profile Supreme Court case for property owners’ rights, Markle v. … ›

Hawkes case continues to make the news

A number of publications continue to focus on Pacific Legal Foundation‘s recent oral argument at the Supreme Court of the United States in U.S. Army Corps of Engineers v. Hawkes … ›

"We are coming to you live from #SCOTUS…"

Well, we *were* coming to you live from the steps of the Supreme Court of the United States— yesterday, that is, after the Court heard oral argument in United States Army … ›

PLF pays another visit to the Supreme Court

Tomorrow morning (Wednesday, March 30), lead environmental attorney for PLF, M. Reed Hopper, will argue on behalf of property rights, judicial review, and fairness when he represents Hawkes Company before … ›

Supreme Court oral argument less than a week away

Next Wednesday, Pacific Legal Foundation will argue U.S. Army Corps of Engineers v. Hawkes Company, Inc., to the Supreme Court of the United States. Yesterday, the U.S. Solicitor General’s Office filed … ›

Federalist Society publishes Hawkes piece

Earlier today, the Federalist Society published a close look at the legal issue the Supreme Court of the United States will consider later this month in Pacific Legal Foundation‘s Hawkes … ›

Amicus briefs filed in the Hawkes case

Fourteen Fifteen Sixteen different amicus briefs, on behalf of well more than fifty organizations and individuals, including twenty-nine states, were filed today at the Supreme Court of the United States in support of Pacific … ›

PLF files Respondents' Brief in Hawkes

Today, Pacific Legal Foundation filed its Respondents’ Brief on the merits in United States Army Corps of Engineers v. Hawkes Co., Inc. The Supreme Court of the United States will hear … ›

The polar bear is thriving, not "threatened!"

Author: Natasha Greer Today PLF Principal Attorney M. Reed Hopper is presenting an oral argument in the consolidated challenges to the ESA listing of the polar bear.

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PLF’s Markle critical habitat case draws broad amicus support

This week, business groups, associations, think tanks, and government entities all filed “friends of the court” amicus briefs supporting PLF in its high-profile Supreme Court case for property owners’ rights, Markle v. … ›

Hawkes case continues to make the news

A number of publications continue to focus on Pacific Legal Foundation‘s recent oral argument at the Supreme Court of the United States in U.S. Army Corps of Engineers v. Hawkes … ›

"We are coming to you live from #SCOTUS…"

Well, we *were* coming to you live from the steps of the Supreme Court of the United States— yesterday, that is, after the Court heard oral argument in United States Army … ›

PLF pays another visit to the Supreme Court

Tomorrow morning (Wednesday, March 30), lead environmental attorney for PLF, M. Reed Hopper, will argue on behalf of property rights, judicial review, and fairness when he represents Hawkes Company before … ›

Supreme Court oral argument less than a week away

Next Wednesday, Pacific Legal Foundation will argue U.S. Army Corps of Engineers v. Hawkes Company, Inc., to the Supreme Court of the United States. Yesterday, the U.S. Solicitor General’s Office filed … ›

Federalist Society publishes Hawkes piece

Earlier today, the Federalist Society published a close look at the legal issue the Supreme Court of the United States will consider later this month in Pacific Legal Foundation‘s Hawkes … ›

Amicus briefs filed in the Hawkes case

Fourteen Fifteen Sixteen different amicus briefs, on behalf of well more than fifty organizations and individuals, including twenty-nine states, were filed today at the Supreme Court of the United States in support of Pacific … ›

PLF files Respondents' Brief in Hawkes

Today, Pacific Legal Foundation filed its Respondents’ Brief on the merits in United States Army Corps of Engineers v. Hawkes Co., Inc. The Supreme Court of the United States will hear … ›

The polar bear is thriving, not "threatened!"

Author: Natasha Greer Today PLF Principal Attorney M. Reed Hopper is presenting an oral argument in the consolidated challenges to the ESA listing of the polar bear.

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PLF’s Markle critical habitat case draws broad amicus support

This week, business groups, associations, think tanks, and government entities all filed “friends of the court” amicus briefs supporting PLF in its high-profile Supreme Court case for property owners’ rights, Markle v. … ›

Hawkes case continues to make the news

A number of publications continue to focus on Pacific Legal Foundation‘s recent oral argument at the Supreme Court of the United States in U.S. Army Corps of Engineers v. Hawkes … ›

"We are coming to you live from #SCOTUS…"

Well, we *were* coming to you live from the steps of the Supreme Court of the United States— yesterday, that is, after the Court heard oral argument in United States Army … ›

PLF pays another visit to the Supreme Court

Tomorrow morning (Wednesday, March 30), lead environmental attorney for PLF, M. Reed Hopper, will argue on behalf of property rights, judicial review, and fairness when he represents Hawkes Company before … ›

Supreme Court oral argument less than a week away

Next Wednesday, Pacific Legal Foundation will argue U.S. Army Corps of Engineers v. Hawkes Company, Inc., to the Supreme Court of the United States. Yesterday, the U.S. Solicitor General’s Office filed … ›

Federalist Society publishes Hawkes piece

Earlier today, the Federalist Society published a close look at the legal issue the Supreme Court of the United States will consider later this month in Pacific Legal Foundation‘s Hawkes … ›

Amicus briefs filed in the Hawkes case

Fourteen Fifteen Sixteen different amicus briefs, on behalf of well more than fifty organizations and individuals, including twenty-nine states, were filed today at the Supreme Court of the United States in support of Pacific … ›

PLF files Respondents' Brief in Hawkes

Today, Pacific Legal Foundation filed its Respondents’ Brief on the merits in United States Army Corps of Engineers v. Hawkes Co., Inc. The Supreme Court of the United States will hear … ›

The polar bear is thriving, not "threatened!"

Author: Natasha Greer Today PLF Principal Attorney M. Reed Hopper is presenting an oral argument in the consolidated challenges to the ESA listing of the polar bear.

PLF’s Markle critical habitat case draws broad amicus support

This week, business groups, associations, think tanks, and government entities all filed “friends of the court” amicus briefs supporting PLF in its high-profile Supreme Court case for property owners’ rights, Markle v. … ›

Hawkes case continues to make the news

A number of publications continue to focus on Pacific Legal Foundation‘s recent oral argument at the Supreme Court of the United States in U.S. Army Corps of Engineers v. Hawkes … ›

"We are coming to you live from #SCOTUS…"

Well, we *were* coming to you live from the steps of the Supreme Court of the United States— yesterday, that is, after the Court heard oral argument in United States Army … ›

PLF pays another visit to the Supreme Court

Tomorrow morning (Wednesday, March 30), lead environmental attorney for PLF, M. Reed Hopper, will argue on behalf of property rights, judicial review, and fairness when he represents Hawkes Company before … ›

Supreme Court oral argument less than a week away

Next Wednesday, Pacific Legal Foundation will argue U.S. Army Corps of Engineers v. Hawkes Company, Inc., to the Supreme Court of the United States. Yesterday, the U.S. Solicitor General’s Office filed … ›

Federalist Society publishes Hawkes piece

Earlier today, the Federalist Society published a close look at the legal issue the Supreme Court of the United States will consider later this month in Pacific Legal Foundation‘s Hawkes … ›

Amicus briefs filed in the Hawkes case

Fourteen Fifteen Sixteen different amicus briefs, on behalf of well more than fifty organizations and individuals, including twenty-nine states, were filed today at the Supreme Court of the United States in support of Pacific … ›

PLF files Respondents' Brief in Hawkes

Today, Pacific Legal Foundation filed its Respondents’ Brief on the merits in United States Army Corps of Engineers v. Hawkes Co., Inc. The Supreme Court of the United States will hear … ›

The polar bear is thriving, not "threatened!"

Author: Natasha Greer Today PLF Principal Attorney M. Reed Hopper is presenting an oral argument in the consolidated challenges to the ESA listing of the polar bear.