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Condemn Now, CEQA-Compliance Later? OK. Maybe....

Acquiring property for public projects typically does not occur until after the project has received environmental approval. While this is the generally accepted rule – and it makes sense for a number of reasons – must a...more

Ohio Supreme Court Reverses Key Decision on Noncompete Agreements

In 2011, I wrote an article about an important decision out of the Ohio First District Court of Appeals concerning the enforceability of a noncompete agreement following a corporate merger or acquisition. In Acordia of Ohio...more

Alabama Supreme Court Announces Five-Part Test for Application of the Physician Office Exemption Under the Certificate of Need...

On March 2, 2012, the Alabama Supreme Court announced a decision that will provide essential guidance as to when the Physician Office Exemption (“POE”) applies under Alabama’s Certificate of Need (“CON”) rules and...more

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