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High Court: Florida Supreme Court's Beachfront Property Ruling Not Unconstitutional Taking

WASHINGTON, D.C. - (Mealey's) The U.S. Supreme Court on June 17 unanimously affirmed a Florida Supreme Court ruling that the Florida Beach and Shore Preservation Act does not unconstitutionally deprive beachfront property owners of shoreline rights without just compensation ( Stop the Beach Renourishment...

Legal News Podcast - New Hampshire Federal Court Dismisses Challenge to Obamacare - Standing Not A Fiction

A New Hampshire federal judge dismisses a challenge to the Health Care Act by a Medicare recipient, and, a $111 million interest award is issued in a Texas federal patent case. Hear these and other stories from LexisNexis® Mealey's Publications. Copyright© 2011 LexisNexis, a division of...

Five Recent Cases You Should Know About (4/29/2011)

Larson's Spotlight on Unexplained Fall, AMA Guides, Self-Insurers, Chiropractic Treatment, and Credit . Larson's surveys the latest case developments that you need to know about. Thomas A. Robinson, the staff writer for Larson's Workers' Compensation Law , has compiled the list below...

Another U.S. Supreme Court Water Challenge Case

By E. Lynn Grayson, Partner, Jenner & Block The Colorado River Water transfer pacts are at issue again in a new petition for review recently filed. In Cuatro Del Mar v. Imperial Irrigation District , U.S., No. 12-53, 7/11/12, Cuatro Del Mar, a citrus and palm tree grower, accused the Imperial...

Mountain States Legal Foundation: Supreme Court Must Hear Western “Takings Clause” Case

By William Perry Pendley, President and Chief Operating Officer of Mountain States Legal Foundation A western, nonprofit, public-interest legal foundation with decades of experience defending the rights of westerners against the federal government has urged the Supreme Court of the United States to...

Cattle Owners Seek Review of Adverse Decision On Water Grazing Rights

By William Perry Pendley, President and Chief Operating Officer of Mountain States Legal Foundation A western, nonprofit, public-interest legal foundation with decades of experience defending the rights of westerners against the federal government has urged the Supreme Court of the United States to...

Mountain States Legal Foundation: Wyoming Man Wins Case In Washington, D.C. Appeals Court

By William Perry Pendley, President and Chief Operating Officer of Mountain States Legal Foundation A Wyoming man whose lawsuit-in the U.S. Court of Federal Claims in Washington, D.C. for "just compensation" for use of his private property as a federal trail-was dismissed in November 2011...

Property Owner Allowed To Pursue Just Compensation Claim Over Rails To Trails Taking Of Easement

By William Perry Pendley, President and Chief Operating Officer of Mountain States Legal Foundation A Wyoming man whose lawsuit-in the U.S. Court of Federal Claims in Washington, D.C. for "just compensation" for use of his private property as a federal trail-was dismissed in November 2011...