Ninth Circuit sides with PLF in an important free speech decision

The First Amendment doesn’t just protect your right to speak, it also protects your right not to speak. So imagine if your municipal government required you to devote 20% of … ›

San Francisco's attempt to extort landlords denied…again

Last week we announced that the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals rejected San Francisco’s attempt to undo PLF’s victory on behalf of San Francisco landlords in the Levin case. … ›

Wen Fa to discuss soda warnings and union trespass on Andy Caldwell Show

If you liked my most recent blog posts, you’ll love today’s episode of the Andy Caldwell Show. I’ll be joining Andy at 4:30 to discuss two of the hottest issues … ›

San Francisco's "war on big soda" takes a toll on First Amendment rights

San Francisco wants to be the City that takes down big soda. San Francisco’s “war on soda” is not itself problematic for free speech rights. Rather, it is the City’s … ›

Recent threats to the First Amendment and short-term rentals

It should come as no surprise that governments struggle to regulate the disruptive nature of the “sharing economy.” Lately, this struggle has resulted in increasingly burdensome regulations on property owners … ›

San Francisco still trying to force landlords to pay for tenants' high rent

In 2014 PLF successfully asked a federal court to strike down a San Francisco ordinance that required landlords to pay their tenants the difference between the rent they charged (often … ›

"Two-tiered public transportation"

“Two-tiered public transportation” — that’s the punchline to this report I heard on NPR this morning. The report covers a recent increase in private luxury buses catering to San Francisco residents.  This is a … ›

Tim the Lawyer joins Armstrong & Getty re. PLF's victory in S.F. property rights case

I’ll be talking with Armstrong and Getty at 7am Pacific about our victory in the Levin case. You can listen online here. Update: You can listen to the podcast here.

S.F. to appeal Levin defeat–calls out PLF

Today, the City of San Francisco issued a press statement announcing its plans to appeal its recent loss in the case of Levin et. al. v. City and County of San … ›

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Ninth Circuit sides with PLF in an important free speech decision

The First Amendment doesn’t just protect your right to speak, it also protects your right not to speak. So imagine if your municipal government required you to devote 20% of … ›

San Francisco's attempt to extort landlords denied…again

Last week we announced that the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals rejected San Francisco’s attempt to undo PLF’s victory on behalf of San Francisco landlords in the Levin case. … ›

Wen Fa to discuss soda warnings and union trespass on Andy Caldwell Show

If you liked my most recent blog posts, you’ll love today’s episode of the Andy Caldwell Show. I’ll be joining Andy at 4:30 to discuss two of the hottest issues … ›

San Francisco's "war on big soda" takes a toll on First Amendment rights

San Francisco wants to be the City that takes down big soda. San Francisco’s “war on soda” is not itself problematic for free speech rights. Rather, it is the City’s … ›

Recent threats to the First Amendment and short-term rentals

It should come as no surprise that governments struggle to regulate the disruptive nature of the “sharing economy.” Lately, this struggle has resulted in increasingly burdensome regulations on property owners … ›

San Francisco still trying to force landlords to pay for tenants' high rent

In 2014 PLF successfully asked a federal court to strike down a San Francisco ordinance that required landlords to pay their tenants the difference between the rent they charged (often … ›

"Two-tiered public transportation"

“Two-tiered public transportation” — that’s the punchline to this report I heard on NPR this morning. The report covers a recent increase in private luxury buses catering to San Francisco residents.  This is a … ›

Tim the Lawyer joins Armstrong & Getty re. PLF's victory in S.F. property rights case

I’ll be talking with Armstrong and Getty at 7am Pacific about our victory in the Levin case. You can listen online here. Update: You can listen to the podcast here.

S.F. to appeal Levin defeat–calls out PLF

Today, the City of San Francisco issued a press statement announcing its plans to appeal its recent loss in the case of Levin et. al. v. City and County of San … ›

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Ninth Circuit sides with PLF in an important free speech decision

The First Amendment doesn’t just protect your right to speak, it also protects your right not to speak. So imagine if your municipal government required you to devote 20% of … ›

San Francisco's attempt to extort landlords denied…again

Last week we announced that the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals rejected San Francisco’s attempt to undo PLF’s victory on behalf of San Francisco landlords in the Levin case. … ›

Wen Fa to discuss soda warnings and union trespass on Andy Caldwell Show

If you liked my most recent blog posts, you’ll love today’s episode of the Andy Caldwell Show. I’ll be joining Andy at 4:30 to discuss two of the hottest issues … ›

San Francisco's "war on big soda" takes a toll on First Amendment rights

San Francisco wants to be the City that takes down big soda. San Francisco’s “war on soda” is not itself problematic for free speech rights. Rather, it is the City’s … ›

Recent threats to the First Amendment and short-term rentals

It should come as no surprise that governments struggle to regulate the disruptive nature of the “sharing economy.” Lately, this struggle has resulted in increasingly burdensome regulations on property owners … ›

San Francisco still trying to force landlords to pay for tenants' high rent

In 2014 PLF successfully asked a federal court to strike down a San Francisco ordinance that required landlords to pay their tenants the difference between the rent they charged (often … ›

"Two-tiered public transportation"

“Two-tiered public transportation” — that’s the punchline to this report I heard on NPR this morning. The report covers a recent increase in private luxury buses catering to San Francisco residents.  This is a … ›

Tim the Lawyer joins Armstrong & Getty re. PLF's victory in S.F. property rights case

I’ll be talking with Armstrong and Getty at 7am Pacific about our victory in the Levin case. You can listen online here. Update: You can listen to the podcast here.

S.F. to appeal Levin defeat–calls out PLF

Today, the City of San Francisco issued a press statement announcing its plans to appeal its recent loss in the case of Levin et. al. v. City and County of San … ›

Ninth Circuit sides with PLF in an important free speech decision

The First Amendment doesn’t just protect your right to speak, it also protects your right not to speak. So imagine if your municipal government required you to devote 20% of … ›

San Francisco's attempt to extort landlords denied…again

Last week we announced that the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals rejected San Francisco’s attempt to undo PLF’s victory on behalf of San Francisco landlords in the Levin case. … ›

Wen Fa to discuss soda warnings and union trespass on Andy Caldwell Show

If you liked my most recent blog posts, you’ll love today’s episode of the Andy Caldwell Show. I’ll be joining Andy at 4:30 to discuss two of the hottest issues … ›

San Francisco's "war on big soda" takes a toll on First Amendment rights

San Francisco wants to be the City that takes down big soda. San Francisco’s “war on soda” is not itself problematic for free speech rights. Rather, it is the City’s … ›

Recent threats to the First Amendment and short-term rentals

It should come as no surprise that governments struggle to regulate the disruptive nature of the “sharing economy.” Lately, this struggle has resulted in increasingly burdensome regulations on property owners … ›

San Francisco still trying to force landlords to pay for tenants' high rent

In 2014 PLF successfully asked a federal court to strike down a San Francisco ordinance that required landlords to pay their tenants the difference between the rent they charged (often … ›

"Two-tiered public transportation"

“Two-tiered public transportation” — that’s the punchline to this report I heard on NPR this morning. The report covers a recent increase in private luxury buses catering to San Francisco residents.  This is a … ›

Tim the Lawyer joins Armstrong & Getty re. PLF's victory in S.F. property rights case

I’ll be talking with Armstrong and Getty at 7am Pacific about our victory in the Levin case. You can listen online here. Update: You can listen to the podcast here.

S.F. to appeal Levin defeat–calls out PLF

Today, the City of San Francisco issued a press statement announcing its plans to appeal its recent loss in the case of Levin et. al. v. City and County of San … ›