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Author Archives: Thomas Gremillion
Last Wednesday, the Institute for Public Representation won a legal victory on behalf of its client Scenic America. In a lawsuit that IPR filed in the Federal District Court for the District of Columbia, Scenic America has alleged that the … Continue reading
On October 10, the Institute for Public Representation filed an amicus curiae brief on behalf of eight environmental law professors, urging the Ninth Circuit to reverse a District Court ruling that would shut the courthouse doors to environmental activists. IPR filed the … Continue reading
Yesterday, December 12, IPR filed a federal lawsuit in South Carolina on behalf of its client, Friends of DeReef Park, a local non-profit group based in Charleston. The suit seeks redress for the loss of historic DeReef Park, located in Charleston’s … Continue reading