Weekly litigation report — June 16, 2018

Victory for the First Amendment! Challenging Florida’s Tone Deaf Hearing Aid Bureaucrats Supreme Court Splits on Salmon Santa Barbara Association of Realtors v. City of Santa Barbara Victory for the … ›

Weekly litigation update — February 24, 2018

Federal judge grants temporary restraining order against Mount Dora over Starry Night mural  Does the California ESA extend to your neighborhood squirrel population? PLF opposes Seattle’s attempt to levy an … ›

More Delta wrangling

Earlier this week, a coalition of “corporate”** environmental groups sought leave to file a supplemental complaint in NRDC v. Jewell, to challenge the Bureau of Reclamation’s water allocations to Sacramento River … ›

PLF submits comments on EPA's Bristol Bay mining assessment

As mentioned in our president’s Friday roundup, PLF recently submitted comments on an EPA draft publication, An Assessment of Potential Mining Impacts on Salmon Ecosystems of Bristol Bay, Alaska.  There … ›

Agreement reached in salmonid litigation

Earlier today Aquafornia noted that state and federal authorities had reached an agreement on joint operations of the Central Valley Project and State Water Project and management of the projects … ›

Wait, I thought the Interior Department supports using the best available science?!?!

Author: Brandon Middleton Earlier this week, Interior Secretary Ken Salazar gave a fairly routine political speech at the Commonwealth Club in San Francisco.  The subject of Salazar's speech was California's … ›

2009 salmonid biop found to be unlawful

Author: Brandon Middleton Judge Wanger issued this decision today, which contains the following conclusion: For all the reasons set forth above: (A) Plaintiffs‘ and DWR‘s motions for summary judgment that … ›

Is this the denouement of the salmon wars?

Author:  Damien M. Schiff On Monday, oral argument was heard in National Wildlife Federation v. National Marine Fisheries Service, a decade-long lawsuit brought by environmentalists challenging the federal hydropower projects … ›

Despite the wet weather, California's regulatory drought continues

Author: Brandon Middleton After years of less than normal precipitation, California is perhaps on its way to a wet water year.  The recent rain throughout the state has led many … ›

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Weekly litigation report — June 16, 2018

Victory for the First Amendment! Challenging Florida’s Tone Deaf Hearing Aid Bureaucrats Supreme Court Splits on Salmon Santa Barbara Association of Realtors v. City of Santa Barbara Victory for the … ›

Weekly litigation update — February 24, 2018

Federal judge grants temporary restraining order against Mount Dora over Starry Night mural  Does the California ESA extend to your neighborhood squirrel population? PLF opposes Seattle’s attempt to levy an … ›

More Delta wrangling

Earlier this week, a coalition of “corporate”** environmental groups sought leave to file a supplemental complaint in NRDC v. Jewell, to challenge the Bureau of Reclamation’s water allocations to Sacramento River … ›

PLF submits comments on EPA's Bristol Bay mining assessment

As mentioned in our president’s Friday roundup, PLF recently submitted comments on an EPA draft publication, An Assessment of Potential Mining Impacts on Salmon Ecosystems of Bristol Bay, Alaska.  There … ›

Agreement reached in salmonid litigation

Earlier today Aquafornia noted that state and federal authorities had reached an agreement on joint operations of the Central Valley Project and State Water Project and management of the projects … ›

Wait, I thought the Interior Department supports using the best available science?!?!

Author: Brandon Middleton Earlier this week, Interior Secretary Ken Salazar gave a fairly routine political speech at the Commonwealth Club in San Francisco.  The subject of Salazar's speech was California's … ›

2009 salmonid biop found to be unlawful

Author: Brandon Middleton Judge Wanger issued this decision today, which contains the following conclusion: For all the reasons set forth above: (A) Plaintiffs‘ and DWR‘s motions for summary judgment that … ›

Is this the denouement of the salmon wars?

Author:  Damien M. Schiff On Monday, oral argument was heard in National Wildlife Federation v. National Marine Fisheries Service, a decade-long lawsuit brought by environmentalists challenging the federal hydropower projects … ›

Despite the wet weather, California's regulatory drought continues

Author: Brandon Middleton After years of less than normal precipitation, California is perhaps on its way to a wet water year.  The recent rain throughout the state has led many … ›

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Weekly litigation report — June 16, 2018

Victory for the First Amendment! Challenging Florida’s Tone Deaf Hearing Aid Bureaucrats Supreme Court Splits on Salmon Santa Barbara Association of Realtors v. City of Santa Barbara Victory for the … ›

Weekly litigation update — February 24, 2018

Federal judge grants temporary restraining order against Mount Dora over Starry Night mural  Does the California ESA extend to your neighborhood squirrel population? PLF opposes Seattle’s attempt to levy an … ›

More Delta wrangling

Earlier this week, a coalition of “corporate”** environmental groups sought leave to file a supplemental complaint in NRDC v. Jewell, to challenge the Bureau of Reclamation’s water allocations to Sacramento River … ›

PLF submits comments on EPA's Bristol Bay mining assessment

As mentioned in our president’s Friday roundup, PLF recently submitted comments on an EPA draft publication, An Assessment of Potential Mining Impacts on Salmon Ecosystems of Bristol Bay, Alaska.  There … ›

Agreement reached in salmonid litigation

Earlier today Aquafornia noted that state and federal authorities had reached an agreement on joint operations of the Central Valley Project and State Water Project and management of the projects … ›

Wait, I thought the Interior Department supports using the best available science?!?!

Author: Brandon Middleton Earlier this week, Interior Secretary Ken Salazar gave a fairly routine political speech at the Commonwealth Club in San Francisco.  The subject of Salazar's speech was California's … ›

2009 salmonid biop found to be unlawful

Author: Brandon Middleton Judge Wanger issued this decision today, which contains the following conclusion: For all the reasons set forth above: (A) Plaintiffs‘ and DWR‘s motions for summary judgment that … ›

Is this the denouement of the salmon wars?

Author:  Damien M. Schiff On Monday, oral argument was heard in National Wildlife Federation v. National Marine Fisheries Service, a decade-long lawsuit brought by environmentalists challenging the federal hydropower projects … ›

Despite the wet weather, California's regulatory drought continues

Author: Brandon Middleton After years of less than normal precipitation, California is perhaps on its way to a wet water year.  The recent rain throughout the state has led many … ›

Weekly litigation report — June 16, 2018

Victory for the First Amendment! Challenging Florida’s Tone Deaf Hearing Aid Bureaucrats Supreme Court Splits on Salmon Santa Barbara Association of Realtors v. City of Santa Barbara Victory for the … ›

Weekly litigation update — February 24, 2018

Federal judge grants temporary restraining order against Mount Dora over Starry Night mural  Does the California ESA extend to your neighborhood squirrel population? PLF opposes Seattle’s attempt to levy an … ›

More Delta wrangling

Earlier this week, a coalition of “corporate”** environmental groups sought leave to file a supplemental complaint in NRDC v. Jewell, to challenge the Bureau of Reclamation’s water allocations to Sacramento River … ›

PLF submits comments on EPA's Bristol Bay mining assessment

As mentioned in our president’s Friday roundup, PLF recently submitted comments on an EPA draft publication, An Assessment of Potential Mining Impacts on Salmon Ecosystems of Bristol Bay, Alaska.  There … ›

Agreement reached in salmonid litigation

Earlier today Aquafornia noted that state and federal authorities had reached an agreement on joint operations of the Central Valley Project and State Water Project and management of the projects … ›

Wait, I thought the Interior Department supports using the best available science?!?!

Author: Brandon Middleton Earlier this week, Interior Secretary Ken Salazar gave a fairly routine political speech at the Commonwealth Club in San Francisco.  The subject of Salazar's speech was California's … ›

2009 salmonid biop found to be unlawful

Author: Brandon Middleton Judge Wanger issued this decision today, which contains the following conclusion: For all the reasons set forth above: (A) Plaintiffs‘ and DWR‘s motions for summary judgment that … ›

Is this the denouement of the salmon wars?

Author:  Damien M. Schiff On Monday, oral argument was heard in National Wildlife Federation v. National Marine Fisheries Service, a decade-long lawsuit brought by environmentalists challenging the federal hydropower projects … ›

Despite the wet weather, California's regulatory drought continues

Author: Brandon Middleton After years of less than normal precipitation, California is perhaps on its way to a wet water year.  The recent rain throughout the state has led many … ›