Tuesday, January 9, 2018
The attorneys at Locke Lord have put together a nice collection of podcasts on eminent domain. You can catch a couple familiar faces in these episodes:
In Episode 13, Professor Jamila Jefferson-Jones joins us to discuss the sharing economy, regulations on short-term rentals, and how such regulations might rise to the level of a unconstitutional taking.
In Episode 11, Professor Molly Brady from the University of Virginia joins us to discuss damaging clauses and her recent law review article. She has done some great research and is an enthusiastic and informative guest.
In Episode 7, Professor Vanessa Casado Perez of the Texas A&M School of Law in Fort Worth, Texas joins us to discuss water law and how it intersects with the eminent domain world. We discuss the differing legal systems applicable to water in U.S., the Owens Valley California Water Wars, the Tulare Lake Basin Water Storage District case, the Casitas Municipal Water District Case, and the Edwards Aquifer Authority v. Day case.
In Episode 4, we are joined by Professor Ilya Somin of the George Mason School of Law. Professor Somin is one of the leading thinkers and writers in the eminent domain community. Professor Somin joins us to talk about Murr v. Wisconsin, but also we veer off into other topics, including property rights in China.