President's weekly report — June 27, 2014

Tort Reform — Victories in California Supreme Court We received a couple of nice decisions this week from the California Supreme Court.  First, there was this decision in Verdugo v. … ›

PLF Victory: Fish and Wildlife Service announces it will downlist wood stork

Today, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service finally announced it is downlisting the wood stork from endangered to threatened status. This comes after years of arm-twisting by PLF and its … ›

FWS overdue on delivering wood stork from endangered list

Last week, we sent the Fish and Wildlife Service another notice of intent to file suit.  This time, the matter involves the protected status of the wood stork, a bird … ›

Alan DeSerio talks wood stork downlisting on NPR

NPR’s All Things Considered interviewed PLF’s Alan DeSerio about the wood stork’s imminent change from “endangered” to “threatened” status.  As I wrote last month, the proposed status change comes after … ›

PLF responds to article attacking our involvement in wood stork downlisting

Friday, the Palm Beach Post ran an op-ed by Alan DeSerio, managing attorney for PLF’s Atlantic Center in Florida. DeSerio responds to an op-ed run by the paper, which portrayed … ›

FWS plans to downlist endangered status of wood stork

Yesterday, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service) announced its intent to downlist the wood stork from endangered to threatened. This comes after years of arm-twisting by PLF and its … ›

Environmental activists angry over wood stork recovery

Author: Reed Hopper Although U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service biologists have recommended reclassifying the wood stork from endangered to threatened because the stork's range and population have doubled in recent … ›

"Legal Watchdog" gets action

Author: Reed Hopper Builder magazine reports: Last week’s announcement by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service—that it would consider reclassifying the wood stork, a wading bird often found in South … ›

Under threat of lawsuit U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service agrees to reassess listing of wood stork

Author:  Reed Hopper Under the ESA, the Service is required to review the status of listed species every five years to determine if less or more protections are required.  Unfortunately, … ›

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President's weekly report — June 27, 2014

Tort Reform — Victories in California Supreme Court We received a couple of nice decisions this week from the California Supreme Court.  First, there was this decision in Verdugo v. … ›

PLF Victory: Fish and Wildlife Service announces it will downlist wood stork

Today, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service finally announced it is downlisting the wood stork from endangered to threatened status. This comes after years of arm-twisting by PLF and its … ›

FWS overdue on delivering wood stork from endangered list

Last week, we sent the Fish and Wildlife Service another notice of intent to file suit.  This time, the matter involves the protected status of the wood stork, a bird … ›

Alan DeSerio talks wood stork downlisting on NPR

NPR’s All Things Considered interviewed PLF’s Alan DeSerio about the wood stork’s imminent change from “endangered” to “threatened” status.  As I wrote last month, the proposed status change comes after … ›

PLF responds to article attacking our involvement in wood stork downlisting

Friday, the Palm Beach Post ran an op-ed by Alan DeSerio, managing attorney for PLF’s Atlantic Center in Florida. DeSerio responds to an op-ed run by the paper, which portrayed … ›

FWS plans to downlist endangered status of wood stork

Yesterday, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service) announced its intent to downlist the wood stork from endangered to threatened. This comes after years of arm-twisting by PLF and its … ›

Environmental activists angry over wood stork recovery

Author: Reed Hopper Although U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service biologists have recommended reclassifying the wood stork from endangered to threatened because the stork's range and population have doubled in recent … ›

"Legal Watchdog" gets action

Author: Reed Hopper Builder magazine reports: Last week’s announcement by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service—that it would consider reclassifying the wood stork, a wading bird often found in South … ›

Under threat of lawsuit U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service agrees to reassess listing of wood stork

Author:  Reed Hopper Under the ESA, the Service is required to review the status of listed species every five years to determine if less or more protections are required.  Unfortunately, … ›

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President's weekly report — June 27, 2014

Tort Reform — Victories in California Supreme Court We received a couple of nice decisions this week from the California Supreme Court.  First, there was this decision in Verdugo v. … ›

PLF Victory: Fish and Wildlife Service announces it will downlist wood stork

Today, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service finally announced it is downlisting the wood stork from endangered to threatened status. This comes after years of arm-twisting by PLF and its … ›

FWS overdue on delivering wood stork from endangered list

Last week, we sent the Fish and Wildlife Service another notice of intent to file suit.  This time, the matter involves the protected status of the wood stork, a bird … ›

Alan DeSerio talks wood stork downlisting on NPR

NPR’s All Things Considered interviewed PLF’s Alan DeSerio about the wood stork’s imminent change from “endangered” to “threatened” status.  As I wrote last month, the proposed status change comes after … ›

PLF responds to article attacking our involvement in wood stork downlisting

Friday, the Palm Beach Post ran an op-ed by Alan DeSerio, managing attorney for PLF’s Atlantic Center in Florida. DeSerio responds to an op-ed run by the paper, which portrayed … ›

FWS plans to downlist endangered status of wood stork

Yesterday, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service) announced its intent to downlist the wood stork from endangered to threatened. This comes after years of arm-twisting by PLF and its … ›

Environmental activists angry over wood stork recovery

Author: Reed Hopper Although U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service biologists have recommended reclassifying the wood stork from endangered to threatened because the stork's range and population have doubled in recent … ›

"Legal Watchdog" gets action

Author: Reed Hopper Builder magazine reports: Last week’s announcement by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service—that it would consider reclassifying the wood stork, a wading bird often found in South … ›

Under threat of lawsuit U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service agrees to reassess listing of wood stork

Author:  Reed Hopper Under the ESA, the Service is required to review the status of listed species every five years to determine if less or more protections are required.  Unfortunately, … ›

President's weekly report — June 27, 2014

Tort Reform — Victories in California Supreme Court We received a couple of nice decisions this week from the California Supreme Court.  First, there was this decision in Verdugo v. … ›

PLF Victory: Fish and Wildlife Service announces it will downlist wood stork

Today, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service finally announced it is downlisting the wood stork from endangered to threatened status. This comes after years of arm-twisting by PLF and its … ›

FWS overdue on delivering wood stork from endangered list

Last week, we sent the Fish and Wildlife Service another notice of intent to file suit.  This time, the matter involves the protected status of the wood stork, a bird … ›

Alan DeSerio talks wood stork downlisting on NPR

NPR’s All Things Considered interviewed PLF’s Alan DeSerio about the wood stork’s imminent change from “endangered” to “threatened” status.  As I wrote last month, the proposed status change comes after … ›

PLF responds to article attacking our involvement in wood stork downlisting

Friday, the Palm Beach Post ran an op-ed by Alan DeSerio, managing attorney for PLF’s Atlantic Center in Florida. DeSerio responds to an op-ed run by the paper, which portrayed … ›

FWS plans to downlist endangered status of wood stork

Yesterday, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service) announced its intent to downlist the wood stork from endangered to threatened. This comes after years of arm-twisting by PLF and its … ›

Environmental activists angry over wood stork recovery

Author: Reed Hopper Although U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service biologists have recommended reclassifying the wood stork from endangered to threatened because the stork's range and population have doubled in recent … ›

"Legal Watchdog" gets action

Author: Reed Hopper Builder magazine reports: Last week’s announcement by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service—that it would consider reclassifying the wood stork, a wading bird often found in South … ›

Under threat of lawsuit U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service agrees to reassess listing of wood stork

Author:  Reed Hopper Under the ESA, the Service is required to review the status of listed species every five years to determine if less or more protections are required.  Unfortunately, … ›