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Volume 39: Book 3

Volume 39: Book 3

Book 3


17TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE ON LITIGATING TAKINGS CHALLENGES TO LAND USE AND ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATIONS

Vermont Law School, UC Davis School of Law, Georgetown University Law Center

September 19, 2014

The Costs of Koontz

by John D. Echeverria

Why Do We Have the Parcel-as-a-Whole Rule?

by David A. Dana

Eroding the Parcel

by Justin R. Pidot

When the Common Law Runs into the Constitution: The Train Wreck Avoided In Marvin M. Brandt Revocable Trust v. United States

by Brian T. Hodges

Doing a Double Take: Rail-Trail Takings Litigation in the Post-Brandt Trust Era

by Danaya C. Wright

Fifth Amendment Taking Claims Arising from Restrictions on the Use and Diversion of Surface Water

by William J. Shapiro

Taking Background Principles Seriously in the Context of Sea-Level Rise

by Sean B. Hecht

IN MEMORIAM

In Honor of Joe Sax: A Grateful Appreciation

by Holly Doremus


 

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