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Inverse Condemnation and Related Government Liability

The jurisprudence of property rights had a blockbuster year before the U.S. Supreme Court in 2005. With three major cases on critical components of the doctrine of regulatory takings and eminent domain, the Court undertook resolution of a number of critical issues. These materials focus largely on these major cases and their implications for takings and eminent domain practice. CL012

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A Short History of Regulatory Takings – Where We Have Been and What Are the Hot Issues of Today (41 pp) $29.00

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Recent Case Developments (18 pp) $29.00

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Rules for the Relevant Parcel (32 pp)

Update on the Relevant Parcel (13 pp) $29.00

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Resolving the Complex Dispute (13 pp) $29.00

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The True Story of Poletown and Its Relevance for Kelo: How Federal Grants Encourage Excessive Use of Eminent Domain (7 pp) $29.00

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A Litigator’s Guide to Development Exactions (17 pp) $29.00

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Lingle v. Chevron and Its Effect on Regulatory Takings (34 pp) $29.00

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The Rehnquist Court’s Legacy of Regulatory Takings and the Search for a Coherent Theory of Property (6 pp) $29.00

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Does Rent Control Fail to Substantially Advance Legitimate State Interests – And Why Does It Matter After Lingle? (34 pp) $29.00

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Substantive Due Process: How Strong a Pawl in the Ratchet Wheel of “New” Property Rights? (21 pp) $29.00

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When Are Investment-Backed Use Expectations (Un)reasonable in State Courts? (29 pp) $29.00

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Temporary Regulatory Takings (10 pp) $29.00

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Litigating a Temporary Taking: A Practitioner’s View on Pursuing Temporary Regulatory Takings Claims in the Court of Federal Claims and Federal Circuit (10 pp) $29.00

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“Sophistical and Abstruse Formulas” Made Simple, or: Advances in Measurement of Penn Central’s Economic Prongs and Estimation of Economic Damages in Federal Claims and Circuit Courts (36 pp) $29.00

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Litigating a Public Trust Claim: The Property Owner’s Perspective (Excerpts from Anthony Palazzolo’s Post-Trial Submissions on Remand from Palazzolo v. Rhode Island, 533 U.S. 606 (2001)) (40 pp) $29.00

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