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Fred Bosselman and the Taking Issue

By   /  October 21, 2014  /  Environmental Law, Property Law, Volume 30, Issue 2 

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Still an Issue: The Taking Issue at 40

By   /  October 21, 2014  /  Environmental Law, Featured, Property Law, Volume 30, Issue 2 

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In 1973, the Council on Environmental Quality published a seminal report by Fred Bosselman, David Callies and John Banta: “The Taking Issue: A Study of the Constitutional Limits of Governmental Authority to Regulate the Use of Privately-Owned Land Without Paying Compensation to the Owners.”

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An Act of War: Finding a Meaning for What Congress has Left Undefined

By   /  January 21, 2013  /  Environmental Law, Featured 

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What would happen if you were one of the brilliant, successful entrepreneurs who owned a beautiful glass-steel skyscraper in a busy city and your building was destroyed as an unforeseen violent act against your country, leaving behind burning rubble that released hazardous toxins into the community through the air water run-off and other source points?

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