Otay Mesa v. U.S. Department of Interior

Order granting Pacific Legal Foundation's motion to file an amicus brief

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The owner of valuable commercial real estate in San Deigo County, California is challenging the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's designation of its property as habitat for the endangered fairy shrimp. The case is now on appeal in the D.C. Circuit. One key issue is the economic analysis used by the agency in making the habitat designation. The court has now granted the motion of the Pacific Legal Foundation to file an amicus brief in the appeal.

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Reference Info:Decision | Federal, D.C. Circuit | United States


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