“Jim Lacy’s knowledge and understanding of how postage can affect a political campaign made all the difference in our successful negotiations with the United States Postal Service to protect First Amendment rights of candidates for office, PACs and nonprofits who use direct-mail. He is highly complemented by his wife Janice, who is an even better lawyer than Jim is!”
–Wayne Johnson, President, American Association of Political Consultants 2005- 2007, Johnson/Clark Associates

“In a 12-page ruling … the California Fourth Appellate District Court upheld the voters’ right to decide where to put the [Newport Beach] city hall. The panel of three judges unanimously upheld Measure B … ‘From top to bottom, the ruling gives complete vindication of the validity of the measure,’ said attorney James Lacy, who wrote the text of Measure B.”
–Daily Pilot, June 24, 2009

“Attorney Jim Lacy took the initial steps that allowed our
foundation to acquire President Ronald Reagan’s Western White House, Rancho del Cielo, in Santa Barbara.”
–Ron Robinson, President, Young America’s Foundation

“Jim Lacy stood shoulder to shoulder with Howard Jarvis” in forming
the HTJA organization.
–Jon Coupal, President, Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association

“Jim Lacy has a strong command of the rules affecting nonprofit organizations and we are pleased to have him as our General Counsel.”
–Joel Fox, President, Small Business Action Committee

“Jim Lacy’s knowledge of postal law and First Amendment litigation make the law firm a compelling resource for professionals in politics.”
–Larry Levine, Larry Levine & Associates; Democratic Political Consultant; Publisher of Voter Information Guide Slate Mailer 

James Lacy is “transforming the way campaign mail is sent to California
–Los Angeles Times, February 24, 2003

“[C]onservative slate-mail king James Lacy….” is “one of campaign-
finance reform’s most lethal enemies.”
–OC Weekly, December 13, 2002

“It’s a very good day for the Brown Act and open meetings,” said attorney Jim Lacy after winning a two-day trial to enforce the Ralph M. Brown Act against the Mission Viejo City Council.
–Orange County Register, August 9, 2000

“He wants you to be counted….The [United States] Supreme Court ruled Monday in favor of Lacy and the other fifteen plaintiffs….” in the 2000 Census Bureau statistical sampling challenge.
–Orange County Register, January 28, 1999