Tuesday, July 13, 2010
13th Annual Takings ConferenceJamie Baker Roskie
July 13, 2010
The 13th annual edition of the Conference on Litigating Regulatory Takings Challenges to Land Use and Environmental Regulations will be held at U.C. Berkeley School of Law in Berkeley, California on November 5, 2010. The conference speakers include a wide range of distinguished scholars and practitioners from around the country.
Featured topics will include the Stop the Beach Renourishment decision, future prospects for the judicial takings concept, takings problems raised by sea level rise and other consequences of climate change, controversial new decisions applying an expansive interpretation of the Penn Central analysis, the state of eminent domain law five years after Kelo, the intersection of breach of contract and takings claims against the government, takings litigation arising from regulation of water, and takings claims based on the federal rails to trails program.
Conference sponsors include Vermont Law School, U.C. Berkeley School of Law, Georgetown University Law Center, California Attorney General Edmund G. Brown Jr, the California League of Cities, and the Planning & Law Division of the American Planning Association.
The full conference brochure is available at: http://forms.vermontlaw.edu/elc/landuse/Takings10/Takings2010Brochure.pdf.
For registration, go to http://forms.vermontlaw.edu/elc/landuse/Takings10/
For additional conference information, please contact Jane D'Antonio at Vermont Law School at email@example.com.
For more information, contact John Echeverria at
Vermont Law School
164 Chelsea Street, PO Box 96
South Royalton, Vermont 05068
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