Ted Hadzi-Antich’s oral argument: Friends of Tahoe v. U.S.D.A.

On Monday of this week, I presented at oral argument at the 9th Circuit in our challenge to the Forest Service’s closure of over 90% of the historical user-created motorized routes in Tahoe National Forest.  The Forest Service closed the routes without … Continue reading

PLF files federal challenge to agricultural union trespass regulation

In 1975, California enacted the Agricultural Labor Relations Act principally to govern relations between the United Farm Workers union and agricultural employers. While the Union and their interests had lobbied for a provision in the Act allowing labor organizers to … Continue reading

Supreme Court stays EPA Clean Power Plan

In a 5-4 decision, the United States Supreme Court today granted applications to stay EPA’s Clean Power Plan, pending resolution of multiple challenges filed by about half of the states and dozens of private parties in the D.C. Circuit, where the court of … Continue reading

Forest access case goes to Ninth Circuit on Courting Liberty Podcast

Pacific Legal Foundation will present oral argument at the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in Friends of Tahoe Forest Access v. U.S. Department of Agriculture on Monday, February 8. In this episode, PLF Senior Staff Attorney Ted Hadzi-Antich previews his … Continue reading

Ted Hadzi-Antich’s upcoming oral argument: Don’t lock us out of Tahoe National Forest

On Monday, February 8, 2016, at 1:30 p.m., Pacific, I’ll be presenting at oral argument before the 9th Circuit in support of our challenge to the closure of over 90% of the user-created motorized travel routes in Tahoe National Forest.  The … Continue reading

Clean power plan update

In an events-filled blogging day, here’s another important development.  The D.C. Circuit denied motions by numerous state and private party petitioners to stay the Clean Power Plan pending resolution of the legal challenges.  At the same time, the court granted motions for expedited … Continue reading

The Commerce Clause isn’t a “do-whatever-you-feel-like” power

In an article published today by the Federalist Society’s Engage, I discuss PLF’s constitutional challenge to the Endangered Species Act in the prairie dog case. As you’ll recall, we represented People for the Ethical Treatment of Property Owners — a … Continue reading

Statement on Supreme Court declining PLF’s Obamacare challenge

The Supreme Court announced today that it will not hear Sissel v. U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, Pacific Legal Foundation’s constitutional challenge to the Affordable Care Act (“Obamacare”).  PLF’s case targeted the individual mandate tax specifically, but called … Continue reading