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How Did Property Rights Fare at the Supreme Court? What Happened in the 2022 Term and What's Next

Content Provider
American Law Institute CLE
Product
CLE
Run Time
67 Minutes
Recording Date
08/09/2023
Presenter(s)
Robert H. Thomas, Sophia R. Holley, Emilio Longoria
Learning Method
On-Demand Training
Practice Area
Real Estate, Litigation

Price $219.00

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Description

This has been a blockbuster U.S. Supreme Court term for property law, with the Court deciding three major property cases: Tyler v. Hennepin County (government’s keeping the excess value when seizing and selling a home to satisfy a property tax debt is a taking), Wilkins v. United States (is the federal Quiet Title Act’s statute of limitations a jurisdictional bar?), and Sackett v. EPA (the scope of Clean Water Act wetlands jurisdiction). To gain a better understanding of these opinions, the current state of takings and property law, and what these cases mean for your practice, join a distinguished panel of experts for this one-hour webcast. The faculty will also explore what these decisions mean for the future and what steps lawyers can take to incorporate these decisions into their practices. A faculty composed of academics and private practitioners – including the director of property rights at the firm that litigated all three cases – will discuss: - What happened in each case and how the Court ruled - The practical consequences of the decisions - What new rules practitioners must understand - What Sackett means for the efforts to define “Waters of the United States” - How courts will treat the question of “what is the property” in takings and eminent domain litigation - How you can avoid statute of limitations problems - Where the Supreme Court might be going next and what issues remain open

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