Here are the links to the cases and other materials that we talked about last Friday at the Georgia Bar Association’s annual Eminent Domain Conference. Our talk was entitled “It’s the Chief Justice’s Property World, We Just Live In It: National Trends in Takings, Property, & Eminent Domain,” and was part of the Eminent Domain Section’s (yes, the Georgia Bar has a Section entirely devoted to eminent domain!) annual conference on the topic. I was honored to have been asked to chat with this august and expert group of lawyers.
- Knick (opening back up federal courts to takings claims).
- Penn East (eminent domain and the 11th Amendment)
- Horne II (California raisins and physical invasions)
- Murr (the larger parcel issue, applied in regulatory takings cases).
- Winter (preliminary injunctions, diesel-electric submarines, and Pearl Harbor).
- The per curiam CDC eviction moratorium opinion.
- Koontz (money as property … and exactions).
- Arkansas Game (physical invasions, again).
- Horne I (compensation isn’t the only remedy for “takings”).
- Brandt (easements, vel non)
- Help me help you!
- What to do when the condemnor doesn’t promptly pay up.
- Abstention as the new Williamson County?
- The undivided fee rule … constitutional?
- Whither Yee and the future of the physical occupation rule.
I look forward to future collaborations with our Georgia colleagues!
- CA8: Ordinance Requiring Owners To Accept Most Tenants Isn’t A Physical Taking
- New Article: Common Sense and Common Law: Defining “Property” in Cedar Point v. Hassid
- CA8: Yee v. Escondido Doesn’t Save Eviction Moratorium From Takings Review