Apparently, the automobile industry is doing very well here on Long Island, New York. In any event, there is an increasing inventory of new cars being delivered to dealers who cannot sell them fast enough to consumers. Accordingly, several of our landowner...
By David L. Reifman , Richard F. Klawiter , Paul W. Shadle , Jesse W. Dodson , and Daniel Kraft , Attorneys, DLA Piper
Chicago’s City Council has introduced a proposed amendment to the existing affordable housing ordinance (the 2015 ARO) which...
By Lawrence H. Baumiller
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has ruled that several critical provisions of Act 13, the General Assembly’s 2012 comprehensive update to the former Oil and Gas Act, are unconstitutional. In addition to invalidating...
By Russell L. Schetroma
On April 11, 2012, a senior judge of the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court entered a preliminary injunction deferring the effective date of the provisions of Pennsylvania's Act 13 of 2012 affecting the authority of local governments...
Updates for the Week of July 8, 2014
Washington subdivision homeowners cannot prevent neighbors from renting their homes for short terms . The Wilkinsons challenged a covenant adopted by a majority of homeowners in Chiwawa, a planned single-family...
By Phillip Tate
Rialto Citizens for Responsible Growth v. City of Rialto ___ Cal.App. ___ (July 31, 2012, No. E052253)
On July 31, 2012, the California Court of Appeal for the Fourth District held that the trial court erred in invalidating the City...
By Richard D. Vetstein, ESQ
Fate of New Long Wharf Waterfront Restaurant At Stake
A neighborhood fight to preserve prime public waterfront space at the tip of Boston's Long Wharf will be heard by the Supreme Judicial Court (SJC) in November...