According to this article in the Wall Street Journal, the government regulators who rely on disparate impact theory to bring discrimination claims against businesses may themselves be liable for disparate impact discrimination. In 2010, Congress created yet another government agency, … Continue reading
As we noted last week, PLF is challenging a Nevada law that requires private investigators to keep a “principal place of business” in the state. This law essentially puts up a “keep out” sign at the Nevada border by making it more … Continue reading
On this date 41 years ago, Pacific Legal Foundation was founded in Sacramento as America’s first freedom-based public interest legal organization. Drawing inspiration from then-Governor Ronald Reagan, several members of his senior staff left public service to establish PLF. “On … Continue reading
Yesterday, PLF attorneys filed a civil rights lawsuit on behalf of Troy Castillo challenging a Nevada law that prevents out-of-state entrepreneurs from competing across state lines. The law requires private investigators to keep a “principal place of business” in the … Continue reading
There are many factors that college basketball coaches consider when making recruitment decisions. These may include how well an athlete can shoot, dribble, pass, rebound, as well as how the athlete gets along with other players and coaches. But if universities … Continue reading
The House of Representatives has officially designated this week as “Stop Government Abuse Week.” Well, it’s about time! For too long the government has been abused by its citizens who resist its edicts, are not enthusiastic about the government’s tax … Continue reading
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