About Mark Miller

Mark Miller is the Managing Attorney for PLF’s Atlantic Center in Florida and the President of the Martin County Bar Association 2016-17. He is Florida Bar board-certified in appellate practice.

Happy Presidents’ Day from a little town in Florida celebrating liberty in a big way

Today we celebrate Presidents’ Day in the United States, a holiday originally known as George Washington’s Birthday. (The Heritage Foundation suggests we should still use that moniker today; technically the name never changed, although I suppose that’s an epistemological debate well … Continue reading

The road goes on forever and PLF’s fight for liberty never ends

This week, Pacific Legal Foundation joined with the Marquette County Road Commission in the upper peninsula of Michigan to appeal the U.S. EPA’s decision to unjustifiably block construction of an important local road project in that region of our country. We join … Continue reading

On the road to the Sixth Circuit

Regular readers know that earlier this year PLF joined the Marquette County Road Commission‘s fight in Michigan federal court to build a road to serve the needs of its community over the arbitrary and capricious objections of the EPA. For those … Continue reading

Who owns what on the Indiana shoreline of Lake Michigan?

Earlier this week, the Indiana Court of Appeals offered its view of the long-running battle in that state between property owners on Lake Michigan who expect the law to protect property rights, and the members of the public who demand the right … Continue reading

Rooked for a rookery? Another takings case in Florida

The Miami Daily Business Review, “your leading source of daily legal and business news in South Florida,”* recently published a PLF op-ed about our Ganson v. City of Marathon case. The piece, titled Family That Was Rooked for a Rookery Asks for … Continue reading

Another unconstitutional takings case on its way to the Florida Supreme Court

Pacific Legal Foundation reviews hundreds of regulatory takings cases a year. Often we cannot take a case, for any number of reasons, even though the facts call out for justice. But, sometimes the brazenness of a local government’s land grab so shocks … Continue reading