Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Regulatory Takings Conference at UC-Berkeley

Is the "takings revolution" over?  This conference "explores the regulatory takings issue as it relates to land use and environmental regulation" and "brings together a diverse group of leading scholars and experienced practitioners to discuss cutting-edge issues raised by recent and pending court cases and new regulatory initiatives."

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"Some topics to be discussed include the Supreme Court's recent Stop the Beach Renourishment decision, the future of the "judicial takings" theory, takings questions raised by sea level rise and other consequences of climate change, controversial new decisions applying an expansive interpretation of the Penn Central analysis, and recent takings cases involving water and endangered species laws."

For more information: Brochure  and registration (through Vermont Law School).



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Kelo is alive and well in AB 2531. Schwarzeneger has not vetoed AB 2531 which applies Kelo to the entire City of Los Angeles.

Rather than opening make all of California Kelo territory at one time, Arnie and his cohorts have decided to Kelo California one city at a time. People do not realize that CRA eminent domain is basically Kelo eminent domain and AB 2531 also allows the city to financially support its favored developers so that they can unfairly compete against non-CRA developers. Ab 2531 is another example of Arnie taking money and property from the middle class and giving it to his buddies. He can prove otherwise by vetoing AB 2531

Posted by: Scott Zwartz | Sep 30, 2010 10:06:05 AM

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