PLF asks Supreme Court to secure property owners’ path to takings claim

This week, PLF filed this amicus brief in Beach Group Investments, Inc. v. Florida Department of Environmental Protection.  This case raises yet another example of how the lower courts are … ›

Weekly litigation report — July 8, 2017

California Supreme Court tells landowners to watch homes fall into the sea Land use in Florida: If you can’t dazzle them with brilliance …. PLF, other organizations, ask Arizona Supreme … ›

Government evades property rights by stalling

For an example of how impossible it can be for property owners to ripen (i.e., get a court to hear) a takings claim, look no further than the decision today in … ›

Weekly litigation update — April 1, 2017

Good decision in Florida takings lawsuit Petition to delist the Preble’s Meadow Jumping Mouse Victory in Manatee downlisting 10th Circuit rules against communities in Prairie Dog challenge Loss in California … ›

Weekly litigation report — September 10, 2016

Union access shenanigans from the Department of Labor PLF supports charter schools from death by limbo Environment and the right to intervene in lawsuits Property rights: Loss in Knick v. … ›

PLF asks High Court to overrule procedural rules barring takings cases

This week, PLF attorneys filed a Petition for Certiorari asking the Supreme Court to review the case of Arrigoni Enterprises LLC v. Town of Durham,  a ten -year regulatory takings dispute arising from a Connecticut … ›

Can government evade property rights protections by stalling?

Yesterday, PLF filed a friend-of-the-court brief in the Second District Court of Appeal in GolfRock, LLC v. Lee County.  This case demonstrates what happens when courts fail to recognize that a  … ›

First Circuit to consider puppy takings claims and government ripeness games

On October 6, 2015, the First Circuit Court of Appeals will hear oral argument in Perfect Puppy, Inc. v. City of East Providence, R.I., an important and interesting takings case.   … ›

City snaps "ripeness trap" on puppy store's takings claim

Most people like golden retriever and other pure-breed puppies. As children, many of us went to pet stores just to view and pet such pups.   But the City of East Providence, … ›

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PLF asks Supreme Court to secure property owners’ path to takings claim

This week, PLF filed this amicus brief in Beach Group Investments, Inc. v. Florida Department of Environmental Protection.  This case raises yet another example of how the lower courts are … ›

Weekly litigation report — July 8, 2017

California Supreme Court tells landowners to watch homes fall into the sea Land use in Florida: If you can’t dazzle them with brilliance …. PLF, other organizations, ask Arizona Supreme … ›

Government evades property rights by stalling

For an example of how impossible it can be for property owners to ripen (i.e., get a court to hear) a takings claim, look no further than the decision today in … ›

Weekly litigation update — April 1, 2017

Good decision in Florida takings lawsuit Petition to delist the Preble’s Meadow Jumping Mouse Victory in Manatee downlisting 10th Circuit rules against communities in Prairie Dog challenge Loss in California … ›

Weekly litigation report — September 10, 2016

Union access shenanigans from the Department of Labor PLF supports charter schools from death by limbo Environment and the right to intervene in lawsuits Property rights: Loss in Knick v. … ›

PLF asks High Court to overrule procedural rules barring takings cases

This week, PLF attorneys filed a Petition for Certiorari asking the Supreme Court to review the case of Arrigoni Enterprises LLC v. Town of Durham,  a ten -year regulatory takings dispute arising from a Connecticut … ›

Can government evade property rights protections by stalling?

Yesterday, PLF filed a friend-of-the-court brief in the Second District Court of Appeal in GolfRock, LLC v. Lee County.  This case demonstrates what happens when courts fail to recognize that a  … ›

First Circuit to consider puppy takings claims and government ripeness games

On October 6, 2015, the First Circuit Court of Appeals will hear oral argument in Perfect Puppy, Inc. v. City of East Providence, R.I., an important and interesting takings case.   … ›

City snaps "ripeness trap" on puppy store's takings claim

Most people like golden retriever and other pure-breed puppies. As children, many of us went to pet stores just to view and pet such pups.   But the City of East Providence, … ›

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PLF asks Supreme Court to secure property owners’ path to takings claim

This week, PLF filed this amicus brief in Beach Group Investments, Inc. v. Florida Department of Environmental Protection.  This case raises yet another example of how the lower courts are … ›

Weekly litigation report — July 8, 2017

California Supreme Court tells landowners to watch homes fall into the sea Land use in Florida: If you can’t dazzle them with brilliance …. PLF, other organizations, ask Arizona Supreme … ›

Government evades property rights by stalling

For an example of how impossible it can be for property owners to ripen (i.e., get a court to hear) a takings claim, look no further than the decision today in … ›

Weekly litigation update — April 1, 2017

Good decision in Florida takings lawsuit Petition to delist the Preble’s Meadow Jumping Mouse Victory in Manatee downlisting 10th Circuit rules against communities in Prairie Dog challenge Loss in California … ›

Weekly litigation report — September 10, 2016

Union access shenanigans from the Department of Labor PLF supports charter schools from death by limbo Environment and the right to intervene in lawsuits Property rights: Loss in Knick v. … ›

PLF asks High Court to overrule procedural rules barring takings cases

This week, PLF attorneys filed a Petition for Certiorari asking the Supreme Court to review the case of Arrigoni Enterprises LLC v. Town of Durham,  a ten -year regulatory takings dispute arising from a Connecticut … ›

Can government evade property rights protections by stalling?

Yesterday, PLF filed a friend-of-the-court brief in the Second District Court of Appeal in GolfRock, LLC v. Lee County.  This case demonstrates what happens when courts fail to recognize that a  … ›

First Circuit to consider puppy takings claims and government ripeness games

On October 6, 2015, the First Circuit Court of Appeals will hear oral argument in Perfect Puppy, Inc. v. City of East Providence, R.I., an important and interesting takings case.   … ›

City snaps "ripeness trap" on puppy store's takings claim

Most people like golden retriever and other pure-breed puppies. As children, many of us went to pet stores just to view and pet such pups.   But the City of East Providence, … ›

PLF asks Supreme Court to secure property owners’ path to takings claim

This week, PLF filed this amicus brief in Beach Group Investments, Inc. v. Florida Department of Environmental Protection.  This case raises yet another example of how the lower courts are … ›

Weekly litigation report — July 8, 2017

California Supreme Court tells landowners to watch homes fall into the sea Land use in Florida: If you can’t dazzle them with brilliance …. PLF, other organizations, ask Arizona Supreme … ›

Government evades property rights by stalling

For an example of how impossible it can be for property owners to ripen (i.e., get a court to hear) a takings claim, look no further than the decision today in … ›

Weekly litigation update — April 1, 2017

Good decision in Florida takings lawsuit Petition to delist the Preble’s Meadow Jumping Mouse Victory in Manatee downlisting 10th Circuit rules against communities in Prairie Dog challenge Loss in California … ›

Weekly litigation report — September 10, 2016

Union access shenanigans from the Department of Labor PLF supports charter schools from death by limbo Environment and the right to intervene in lawsuits Property rights: Loss in Knick v. … ›

PLF asks High Court to overrule procedural rules barring takings cases

This week, PLF attorneys filed a Petition for Certiorari asking the Supreme Court to review the case of Arrigoni Enterprises LLC v. Town of Durham,  a ten -year regulatory takings dispute arising from a Connecticut … ›

Can government evade property rights protections by stalling?

Yesterday, PLF filed a friend-of-the-court brief in the Second District Court of Appeal in GolfRock, LLC v. Lee County.  This case demonstrates what happens when courts fail to recognize that a  … ›

First Circuit to consider puppy takings claims and government ripeness games

On October 6, 2015, the First Circuit Court of Appeals will hear oral argument in Perfect Puppy, Inc. v. City of East Providence, R.I., an important and interesting takings case.   … ›

City snaps "ripeness trap" on puppy store's takings claim

Most people like golden retriever and other pure-breed puppies. As children, many of us went to pet stores just to view and pet such pups.   But the City of East Providence, … ›