Fed Soc teleforum on “the right to a better climate”

Last week’s teleforum focused principally on the recent oral argument before the Ninth Circuit addressing the federal government’s mandamus petition, which requests that the appellate court put an immediate stop to the litigation.

Weekly litigation report — June 10, 2017

Letter sent to school board in Florida on First Amendment violation Brief filed over EPA’s road ban Butter ban ruling sought California union-inspired anti-free speech rule appealed Free enterprise loses … ›

Wanted: Courts that stand up to government bullies

Should courts defer to democracy? Many do. In fact, most constitutional challenges face an uphill battle because courts hesitate to question the judgment of legislatures. In a brief filed today in the … ›

A forgotten property rights protection in Florida

The Environmental and Land Use Law Section of the Florida Bar (ELULS) recently published my article about a forgotten protection provided by Florida’s Bert J. Harris, Jr., Private Property Rights … ›

Supreme Court declines to review Kentner

Pacific Legal Foundation is disappointed to report that the U.S. Supreme Court will not hear Kentner v. City of Sanibel, a PLF case that asked whether constitutional due process guarantees apply to … ›

Protecting property owners from governmental misdeeds

Friday, Pacific Legal Foundation filed an amicus brief with a Florida appellate court in a shocking case of local government gone awry: The Town of Ponce Inlet v. Pacetta, LLC. According to … ›

PLF asks Supreme Court to review shoreline moratorium case: Samson v. City of Bainbridge Island

PLF is continuing the fight to help shoreline property owners in Bainbridge Island, Washington, secure a legal remedy for losses they suffered when the city put a series of unlawful … ›

Pacific Legal Foundation stands up for the right to open a business in Georgia

Tomorrow the Supreme Court of Georgia will hear arguments in WMW Honda v. American Honda Motor Company, a case that will determine the scope of a Georgia law that allows existing car … ›

A win for economic liberty in Pennsylvania

A federal judge in Pennsylvania today issued a decision striking down several provisions of that state’s anti-competitive laws regarding funeral homes—specifically, ones that limit the ownership of funeral homes to … ›

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Fed Soc teleforum on “the right to a better climate”

Last week’s teleforum focused principally on the recent oral argument before the Ninth Circuit addressing the federal government’s mandamus petition, which requests that the appellate court put an immediate stop to the litigation.

Weekly litigation report — June 10, 2017

Letter sent to school board in Florida on First Amendment violation Brief filed over EPA’s road ban Butter ban ruling sought California union-inspired anti-free speech rule appealed Free enterprise loses … ›

Wanted: Courts that stand up to government bullies

Should courts defer to democracy? Many do. In fact, most constitutional challenges face an uphill battle because courts hesitate to question the judgment of legislatures. In a brief filed today in the … ›

A forgotten property rights protection in Florida

The Environmental and Land Use Law Section of the Florida Bar (ELULS) recently published my article about a forgotten protection provided by Florida’s Bert J. Harris, Jr., Private Property Rights … ›

Supreme Court declines to review Kentner

Pacific Legal Foundation is disappointed to report that the U.S. Supreme Court will not hear Kentner v. City of Sanibel, a PLF case that asked whether constitutional due process guarantees apply to … ›

Protecting property owners from governmental misdeeds

Friday, Pacific Legal Foundation filed an amicus brief with a Florida appellate court in a shocking case of local government gone awry: The Town of Ponce Inlet v. Pacetta, LLC. According to … ›

PLF asks Supreme Court to review shoreline moratorium case: Samson v. City of Bainbridge Island

PLF is continuing the fight to help shoreline property owners in Bainbridge Island, Washington, secure a legal remedy for losses they suffered when the city put a series of unlawful … ›

Pacific Legal Foundation stands up for the right to open a business in Georgia

Tomorrow the Supreme Court of Georgia will hear arguments in WMW Honda v. American Honda Motor Company, a case that will determine the scope of a Georgia law that allows existing car … ›

A win for economic liberty in Pennsylvania

A federal judge in Pennsylvania today issued a decision striking down several provisions of that state’s anti-competitive laws regarding funeral homes—specifically, ones that limit the ownership of funeral homes to … ›

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Fed Soc teleforum on “the right to a better climate”

Last week’s teleforum focused principally on the recent oral argument before the Ninth Circuit addressing the federal government’s mandamus petition, which requests that the appellate court put an immediate stop to the litigation.

Weekly litigation report — June 10, 2017

Letter sent to school board in Florida on First Amendment violation Brief filed over EPA’s road ban Butter ban ruling sought California union-inspired anti-free speech rule appealed Free enterprise loses … ›

Wanted: Courts that stand up to government bullies

Should courts defer to democracy? Many do. In fact, most constitutional challenges face an uphill battle because courts hesitate to question the judgment of legislatures. In a brief filed today in the … ›

A forgotten property rights protection in Florida

The Environmental and Land Use Law Section of the Florida Bar (ELULS) recently published my article about a forgotten protection provided by Florida’s Bert J. Harris, Jr., Private Property Rights … ›

Supreme Court declines to review Kentner

Pacific Legal Foundation is disappointed to report that the U.S. Supreme Court will not hear Kentner v. City of Sanibel, a PLF case that asked whether constitutional due process guarantees apply to … ›

Protecting property owners from governmental misdeeds

Friday, Pacific Legal Foundation filed an amicus brief with a Florida appellate court in a shocking case of local government gone awry: The Town of Ponce Inlet v. Pacetta, LLC. According to … ›

PLF asks Supreme Court to review shoreline moratorium case: Samson v. City of Bainbridge Island

PLF is continuing the fight to help shoreline property owners in Bainbridge Island, Washington, secure a legal remedy for losses they suffered when the city put a series of unlawful … ›

Pacific Legal Foundation stands up for the right to open a business in Georgia

Tomorrow the Supreme Court of Georgia will hear arguments in WMW Honda v. American Honda Motor Company, a case that will determine the scope of a Georgia law that allows existing car … ›

A win for economic liberty in Pennsylvania

A federal judge in Pennsylvania today issued a decision striking down several provisions of that state’s anti-competitive laws regarding funeral homes—specifically, ones that limit the ownership of funeral homes to … ›

Fed Soc teleforum on “the right to a better climate”

Last week’s teleforum focused principally on the recent oral argument before the Ninth Circuit addressing the federal government’s mandamus petition, which requests that the appellate court put an immediate stop to the litigation.

Weekly litigation report — June 10, 2017

Letter sent to school board in Florida on First Amendment violation Brief filed over EPA’s road ban Butter ban ruling sought California union-inspired anti-free speech rule appealed Free enterprise loses … ›

Wanted: Courts that stand up to government bullies

Should courts defer to democracy? Many do. In fact, most constitutional challenges face an uphill battle because courts hesitate to question the judgment of legislatures. In a brief filed today in the … ›

A forgotten property rights protection in Florida

The Environmental and Land Use Law Section of the Florida Bar (ELULS) recently published my article about a forgotten protection provided by Florida’s Bert J. Harris, Jr., Private Property Rights … ›

Supreme Court declines to review Kentner

Pacific Legal Foundation is disappointed to report that the U.S. Supreme Court will not hear Kentner v. City of Sanibel, a PLF case that asked whether constitutional due process guarantees apply to … ›

Protecting property owners from governmental misdeeds

Friday, Pacific Legal Foundation filed an amicus brief with a Florida appellate court in a shocking case of local government gone awry: The Town of Ponce Inlet v. Pacetta, LLC. According to … ›

PLF asks Supreme Court to review shoreline moratorium case: Samson v. City of Bainbridge Island

PLF is continuing the fight to help shoreline property owners in Bainbridge Island, Washington, secure a legal remedy for losses they suffered when the city put a series of unlawful … ›

Pacific Legal Foundation stands up for the right to open a business in Georgia

Tomorrow the Supreme Court of Georgia will hear arguments in WMW Honda v. American Honda Motor Company, a case that will determine the scope of a Georgia law that allows existing car … ›

A win for economic liberty in Pennsylvania

A federal judge in Pennsylvania today issued a decision striking down several provisions of that state’s anti-competitive laws regarding funeral homes—specifically, ones that limit the ownership of funeral homes to … ›