President's weekly report — June 26, 2015

The physical invasion of the raisin snatchers — a property rights victory at the Supreme Court  In a week marked by several major Supreme Court decisions that were quite disappointing to advocates of … ›

Ninth Circuit to decide whether federal wildlife regulators must honor their agreements

Tomorrow morning is Ninth Circuit day at PLF. Immediately following Ted Hadzi-Antich’s oral argument in the Green Sturgeon critical habitat listing case, the same panel will hear another very important … ›

President's weekly report — June 14, 2013

Economic Liberty – Right to Earn a Living We had a very sweet victory this week in Bruner v. Zawacki, our Kentucky movers case. We filed this case in August … ›

A "bear" of a decision for water users

Last month, Judge Selna of the Central District of California rejected, in Bear Valley Mutual Water Co. v. Salazar, a challenge to the critical habitat designation of the Santa Ana … ›

President's weekly report — October 26, 2012

This week has been marked by our work on the Fish and Wildlife Service’s regulation of endangered species — regulation that is often too harsh and, more importantly, in violation … ›

President's Weekly Roundup

Happy Friday! Here are this week’s legal highlights: Individual Rights – Free Speech We had a major Supreme Court amicus victory this week in Knox v. S.E.I.U.  In a 7-2 … ›

The Interior Department and science: Congress steps up the pressure

Author: Brandon Middleton The last week has seen the Interior Department face numerous questions from members of Congress regarding scientific determinations made under the Endangered Species Act.  Last Thursday, the … ›

ESA abuse and the Santa Ana sucker: Water districts fight back

Author: Brandon Middleton This commentary from Pat Milligan, the president of the San Bernardino Water District, appeared in yesterday's San Bernardino Sun.  The commentary concerns the U.S. Fish and Wildlife … ›

Another dilly from the Pasadena Star News

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Yesterday, my colleague Joshua Thompson posted this fine piece rightly criticizing the Pasadena Star News for its inaccurate reporting of the recent Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals … ›

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President's weekly report — June 26, 2015

The physical invasion of the raisin snatchers — a property rights victory at the Supreme Court  In a week marked by several major Supreme Court decisions that were quite disappointing to advocates of … ›

Ninth Circuit to decide whether federal wildlife regulators must honor their agreements

Tomorrow morning is Ninth Circuit day at PLF. Immediately following Ted Hadzi-Antich’s oral argument in the Green Sturgeon critical habitat listing case, the same panel will hear another very important … ›

President's weekly report — June 14, 2013

Economic Liberty – Right to Earn a Living We had a very sweet victory this week in Bruner v. Zawacki, our Kentucky movers case. We filed this case in August … ›

A "bear" of a decision for water users

Last month, Judge Selna of the Central District of California rejected, in Bear Valley Mutual Water Co. v. Salazar, a challenge to the critical habitat designation of the Santa Ana … ›

President's weekly report — October 26, 2012

This week has been marked by our work on the Fish and Wildlife Service’s regulation of endangered species — regulation that is often too harsh and, more importantly, in violation … ›

President's Weekly Roundup

Happy Friday! Here are this week’s legal highlights: Individual Rights – Free Speech We had a major Supreme Court amicus victory this week in Knox v. S.E.I.U.  In a 7-2 … ›

The Interior Department and science: Congress steps up the pressure

Author: Brandon Middleton The last week has seen the Interior Department face numerous questions from members of Congress regarding scientific determinations made under the Endangered Species Act.  Last Thursday, the … ›

ESA abuse and the Santa Ana sucker: Water districts fight back

Author: Brandon Middleton This commentary from Pat Milligan, the president of the San Bernardino Water District, appeared in yesterday's San Bernardino Sun.  The commentary concerns the U.S. Fish and Wildlife … ›

Another dilly from the Pasadena Star News

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Yesterday, my colleague Joshua Thompson posted this fine piece rightly criticizing the Pasadena Star News for its inaccurate reporting of the recent Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals … ›

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President's weekly report — June 26, 2015

The physical invasion of the raisin snatchers — a property rights victory at the Supreme Court  In a week marked by several major Supreme Court decisions that were quite disappointing to advocates of … ›

Ninth Circuit to decide whether federal wildlife regulators must honor their agreements

Tomorrow morning is Ninth Circuit day at PLF. Immediately following Ted Hadzi-Antich’s oral argument in the Green Sturgeon critical habitat listing case, the same panel will hear another very important … ›

President's weekly report — June 14, 2013

Economic Liberty – Right to Earn a Living We had a very sweet victory this week in Bruner v. Zawacki, our Kentucky movers case. We filed this case in August … ›

A "bear" of a decision for water users

Last month, Judge Selna of the Central District of California rejected, in Bear Valley Mutual Water Co. v. Salazar, a challenge to the critical habitat designation of the Santa Ana … ›

President's weekly report — October 26, 2012

This week has been marked by our work on the Fish and Wildlife Service’s regulation of endangered species — regulation that is often too harsh and, more importantly, in violation … ›

President's Weekly Roundup

Happy Friday! Here are this week’s legal highlights: Individual Rights – Free Speech We had a major Supreme Court amicus victory this week in Knox v. S.E.I.U.  In a 7-2 … ›

The Interior Department and science: Congress steps up the pressure

Author: Brandon Middleton The last week has seen the Interior Department face numerous questions from members of Congress regarding scientific determinations made under the Endangered Species Act.  Last Thursday, the … ›

ESA abuse and the Santa Ana sucker: Water districts fight back

Author: Brandon Middleton This commentary from Pat Milligan, the president of the San Bernardino Water District, appeared in yesterday's San Bernardino Sun.  The commentary concerns the U.S. Fish and Wildlife … ›

Another dilly from the Pasadena Star News

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Yesterday, my colleague Joshua Thompson posted this fine piece rightly criticizing the Pasadena Star News for its inaccurate reporting of the recent Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals … ›

President's weekly report — June 26, 2015

The physical invasion of the raisin snatchers — a property rights victory at the Supreme Court  In a week marked by several major Supreme Court decisions that were quite disappointing to advocates of … ›

Ninth Circuit to decide whether federal wildlife regulators must honor their agreements

Tomorrow morning is Ninth Circuit day at PLF. Immediately following Ted Hadzi-Antich’s oral argument in the Green Sturgeon critical habitat listing case, the same panel will hear another very important … ›

President's weekly report — June 14, 2013

Economic Liberty – Right to Earn a Living We had a very sweet victory this week in Bruner v. Zawacki, our Kentucky movers case. We filed this case in August … ›

A "bear" of a decision for water users

Last month, Judge Selna of the Central District of California rejected, in Bear Valley Mutual Water Co. v. Salazar, a challenge to the critical habitat designation of the Santa Ana … ›

President's weekly report — October 26, 2012

This week has been marked by our work on the Fish and Wildlife Service’s regulation of endangered species — regulation that is often too harsh and, more importantly, in violation … ›

President's Weekly Roundup

Happy Friday! Here are this week’s legal highlights: Individual Rights – Free Speech We had a major Supreme Court amicus victory this week in Knox v. S.E.I.U.  In a 7-2 … ›

The Interior Department and science: Congress steps up the pressure

Author: Brandon Middleton The last week has seen the Interior Department face numerous questions from members of Congress regarding scientific determinations made under the Endangered Species Act.  Last Thursday, the … ›

ESA abuse and the Santa Ana sucker: Water districts fight back

Author: Brandon Middleton This commentary from Pat Milligan, the president of the San Bernardino Water District, appeared in yesterday's San Bernardino Sun.  The commentary concerns the U.S. Fish and Wildlife … ›

Another dilly from the Pasadena Star News

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Yesterday, my colleague Joshua Thompson posted this fine piece rightly criticizing the Pasadena Star News for its inaccurate reporting of the recent Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals … ›