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California’s Anti-SLAPP Statute: A Potent, Yet Confounding, Weapon

by Miller Starr Regalia on

Lawsuits designed to chill the valid exercise of the constitutional right of free speech or the right to petition, denominated as “strategic lawsuits against public participation” (or “SLAPP” suits), have taken on increasing...more

Community Associations and the Second Amendment

The Second Amendment to the United States’ Constitution guarantees individuals the right to keep and bear arms. The Florida constitution contains a similar guarantee. With few exceptions, Florida law allows licensed...more

Ninth Circuit Weighs In: Nevada "Superpriority" Law for HOA Liens Violates Due Process

In October 2014, we blogged about cases from Nevada and D.C. giving priority of so-called HOA "superliens" over first position mortgages....more

Net Operating Loss Cap is Unconstitutional

by Cozen O'Connor on

In RB Alden Corp. v. Commonwealth, No. 73 F.R. 2011 (Pa. Commw. June 15, 2016), the court addressed the taxpayer’s liability for 2006 Corporate Net Income (CNI) Tax on gain from the sale of part of its interest in a...more

Fannie And Freddie Shareholders To US: 2008 Government Takeover Of Mortgage Giants Good For The Country; Not So Much For Us

Can shareholders of a government-sponsored enterprise successfully challenge the constitutionality of a government takeover of the entity? ...more

UPDATE: Sifting Through the Ashes: The Demise of Redevelopment Agencies and the Scramble to Figure Out the Next Step By Brian D....

by Miller Starr Regalia on

INTRODUCTION - Faced with a multi-billion dollar budget deficit, Governor Jerry Brown targeted the dissolution of redevelopment agencies (“RDAs”) as a means to lower the deficit and redirect RDA assets to other areas of state...more

Will Demoting the DFI, DOC and DRE Matter?

by Allen Matkins on

The Governor’s Reorganization Plan would demote the Department of Corporations and the Department of Financial Institutions to the status of divisions within the new Department of Business Oversight. The new DBO would report...more

Recovering Business Damages in Condemnation Cases

by Anthony DellaPelle on

Are business losses compensable as part of "just compensation" when a business property is taken by eminent domain? This article surveys the circumstances around the United States in which business profits and good will may...more

Ohio Federal District Court Rules That HUD's Sham Joint Venture Guidelines Are Unconstitutional

In a decision that was handed down on June 30, 2010, a United States District Court for the Northern District of Ohio has ruled that HUD's sham joint venture guidelines, as contained in HUD's RESPA Statement of Policy 1996-2...more

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