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Focus on Regulatory Law -- December issue

This bi-monthly Regulatory Newsletter synthesizes news in the energy, electronic communications, public health and public procurement legal sectors. The decisions and judgements of the French Supreme Administrative Court...more

Cities May Ban Medical Marijuana Cultivation

The Third District California Court of Appeal recently ruled that California's medical marijuana laws - the Compassionate Use Act ("CUA") and the Medical Marijuana Program ("MMP") - do not create a constitutional right to...more

Court of Appeal Upholds Ordinance Regulating Medical Marijuana

A trial court enjoined enforcement of a City of Los Angeles ordinance that regulates the number and geographic distribution of medical marijuana collectives. The court of appeal reversed the trial court’s order finding that...more

Illinois Supreme Court To Consider FOIA, Due Process, Custody Hearings and Red Light Camera Ordinances as First Chicago Term Ends

On Wednesday morning, the Illinois Supreme Court allowed petitions for review in a long list of new civil cases, setting up interesting battles in the coming months over public works projects, the state Freedom of Information...more

Governmental Agencies and Regulatory Boards Must Now Provide a Reasoned Explanation for Their Decisions in Illinois

The days of governmental agencies or regulatory boards issuing decisions without providing any reasoning may be nearing an end. The Illinois Appellate Court for the Fourth District recently clarified in Medina Nursing Center,...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

Preemption, Standing and Vexatious Litigants on California Supreme Court's May Argument Docket

The California Supreme Court has scheduled oral arguments for May, including four civil cases. • Brown v. Mortensen: The Court will address whether the Federal Credit Reporting Act (15 U.S.C. § 1681 et seq.) preempts...more

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