Stay tuned here for a live blog of oral arguments in the case of Leone v. County of Maui. On Wednesday, December 8, 2010 at 10:00 a.m. HST, the Intermediate Court of Appeals will hear this case involving regulatory takings, Williamson County ripeness and GATRI v. Blane, 88 Haw. 108, 962 P.2d 367 (1998). Robert, over at www.inversecondemnation.com, filed an amicus brief supporting the property owners in this case, here (along with the trial court decision and appeal briefs), and rumor has it that he is fairly familiar with regulatory takings in Hawaii, so look for his insights and analysis. Me, I'll be typing away, trying to keep up with the arguments. The legal issues presented by this case are not for the faint of heart and go to the core of the constitutional doctrine of ripeness. Complicating the case are the Coastal Zone Management Act (which will be abbreviated SMA in the live blog) and the impact of the Hawaii Supreme Court decision in GATRI.
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