Tag Archives: Jerry Stouck

SCOTUS Provides Guidance on the Definition of Relevant Property in a Regulatory Taking Case

On June 23, 2017, the U.S. Supreme Court decided Murr v. Wisconsin, No. 15-214, 2017 WL 2694699 (U.S. June 23, 2017), which presented perhaps the most important issue of regulatory takings law that the Court has never addressed – the “relevant parcel” or “parcel-as-a-whole” issue. That issue, which arises in many regulatory takings cases, is … Continue Reading

Ability to Challenge Agencies in Court is ‘Judicial Activism’ Both Sides Can Support

The U.S. Supreme Court will soon decide a case that may allow federal courts to involve themselves in a greater number of public policy disputes. With that in mind, Shareholder Jerry Stouck authored his recent column for the National Law Journal discussing Hawkes Co., Inc. v. EPA, argued on March 30, which will decide whether … Continue Reading

Federal Regulatory and Administrative Law Issues Impacted by Recent Supreme Court Decisions

As the Supreme Court’s new term begins, it will be considering several cases that could have a significant impact on cases involving the Administrative Procedure Act and other federal regulatory litigation. What follows is a summary of last term’s APA-related decisions followed by a preview of two cases currently on the Court’s docket for the … Continue Reading
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