Sunday, November 1, 2009
The most recent issue of the Urban Lawyer (Vol. 41, No. 3) has been published. Looks like there are several interesting land use articles in the table of contents, including:
Regulatory Takings and Free Trade Agreements: Implications for Planners, MILDRED E. WARNER, p.427
Recent Developments in Regulatory Takings Jurisprudence, CHRISTOPHER M. WHITCOMB AND MARY LYNN HUETT
Recent Trend in Green Buildings Laws: Potential Preemption of Green Building and Whether Retrofitting Existing Buildings Will Reduce Greenhouse Gases and Save the Economy, ERIN BURG HUPP, p.489
What the Meaning of "May" May Be: Recent Developments in Judicial Review of Land Use Regulation of Cellular Telecommunications Facilities under the Telecommunications Act of 1996, ROBERT B. FOSTER, p.501
Recent Developments in Exactions and Impact Fees, W. ANDREW GOWDER, JR. AND BRYAN W. WENTER, p.513
2009 Ethical Considerations in Land Use, PATRICIA E. SALKIN, p.529
Recent Developments in Comprehensive Planning Law, EDWARD J. SULLIVAN, p.547
Recent Developments in Public Use and Pretext in Eminent Domain, ROBERT H. THOMAS, p.563
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