Uber free to operate in Nevada, but what about everybody else?

A recent article details the unsuccessful attempt to shut Uber out of Nevada. The piece contains interesting tid-bits about the bullying and scandal that plagued Uber’s fight, but it doesn’t tell the full story.  Though it focuses on the particular … Continue reading

Testimony in Montana: the Competitor’s Veto is unconstitutional

Today I testified to the Montana Legislature’s House Transportation Committee about the unconstitutionality of their Competitor’s Veto law—the same law we challenged in court yesterday.  The Committee is considering amending that law and eliminating the Competitor’s Veto for the taxi industry. … Continue reading

Release: Missouri’s moving-business cartel, challenged by PLF, is now officially repealed

Jefferson City, MO; July 11, 2012:  Missouri Governor Jay Nixon signed legislation this week repealing the state’s anticompetitive licensing law for moving businesses.  The development marks the final victory in a pro-free-enterprise battle that began when Pacific Legal Foundation attorneys … Continue reading

So you want to open a car dealership in Georgia? Better get permission from your competitors first

In January of 2010, Honda Motor Company began the preliminary steps of opening a new dealership in Cummings, Georgia. In the midst of a recession, the opening of any new business should be welcomed with open arms. Instead, the existence … Continue reading