Weekly litigation report — July 29, 2017

Did the government err in going after John Duarte? In Duarte Nursery v. Army Corps of Engineers, we filed a motion to dismiss the Army Corps’ Clean Water Act counterclaim against Duarte Nursery and its president, John Duarte, for lack … Continue reading

Nashville Airbnb case continues

Back in October we reported that Nashville homeowners Rachel and P.J. Anderson had prevailed in their challenge to Nashville’s restrictive and unconstitutional limitation on short-term rentals. Unfortunately, instead of doing the right thing and amending its law to respect the … Continue reading

Weekly litigation report — July 22, 2017

A case to tweet about! Pushing back against an unfair Clean Water Act prosecution PLF files input letter on GMO labeling law Gnatcatcher notice of intent to sue letter submitted Minnesota Supremes invite tort abuse A case to tweet about! … Continue reading

Weekly litigation report — July 15, 2017

PLF asks Supreme Court to protect plaintiffs’ right to raise takings claims in federal courts when government steals Complaint filed against Marin County forced farming law Mandatory housing shakedown fees before the Supreme Court Getting union tentacles out of worker paychecks … Continue reading

PLF asks Supreme Court to stop Michigan from stealing

When Wayside Church fell behind on its 2011 property taxes on a parcel that the church had used as a youth camp, Van Buren County took the youth camp property and sold it for $206,000 to pay the church’s $16,750 … Continue reading

PLF petitions “unprecedented and sweeping” Endangered Species Act case to U.S. Supreme Court

In February, 2013, PLF filed suit in federal court on behalf of Markle Interests, LLC., challenging the designation of the landowners’ property as “critical habitat” by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service under the Endangered Species Act. “Critical habitat” is … Continue reading

What next for President Trump’s reconsideration of national monuments?

Yesterday was the deadline for public comments on the Department of Interior’s recommendation to the President about what to do about the 27 large national monuments established since the Clinton administration. Reflecting the significant impacts of monument designations, there are … Continue reading