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Should Property Owners Pursue Takings Claims in State or Federal Court?

When state and local governments impose unreasonable conditions or exactions on private property, owners pursuing a regulatory takings claim often face a maze of procedural obstacles just to have their case heard. I once described these procedural obstacles as resembling … Continue reading

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U.S. News | Pay-Per-View Distributor Accuses Restaurant Owners of Showing Unauthorized Programs

G&G Closed Circuit Events LLC, a distributor of pay-per-view boxing events, has filed a complaint in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California San Diego Division with case number 3:18-cv-00461-W-KSC against Ereida […] The post U.S. News … Continue reading

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This is the Truth – Most Gun Owners Support Policies Aimed at Reducing Gun Violence

BuzzFeed: “Gun owners who are members of the National Rifle Association and those who are not are sharply divided over support for new gun control proposals, according to a new Ipsos/BuzzFeed News poll. A slew of new proposals have come … Continue reading

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Beyond the State-Owner Binary: Repositioning the State’s Property-Resource Responsibilities with Respect to All Community Members (Including Property Owners)

Laura S. Underkuffler, Property, Sovereignty, and the Public Trust, 18 Theoretical Inquiries L. 329 (2017). Lorna Fox O’Mahony Laura Underkuffler’s recent article, Property, Sovereignty, and the Public Trust, is part of a special issue of Theoretical Inquiries in Law. The … Continue reading

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Property Owner’s Liability During Winter Weather

By J.A. Sowell, AttorneyEnglish, Lucas, Priest and Owsley, LLP Snow is beautiful when you’re tucked inside with hot chocolate and have nowhere to go. But that’s not the case for most of us. You may have a doctor’s appointment, work … Continue reading

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