The Federal Aviation Administration (“FAA”) has appealed a recent National Transportation Safety Board administrative decision, Administrator v. Pirker, NTSB Docket CP-217…
Regulation Creep in the Nanny State: The Proposed Not-So-Safe-Harbor Enactment in Proposition 65 Advertising Regulations
Thomas Jefferson once famously warned that, “The natural progress of things is for liberty to yield and government to gain ground.”
Community association disputes—whether they involve owner-to-owner, owner-to-board, or association-to-third party—are no different than any other commercial dispute in that the overwhelming majority of them are resolved short of trial, and in many instances, without litigation altogether.
The analysis of climate change impacts under CEQA has rapidly evolved over the last several years. For this reason and others, nearly every challenge to an environmental impact report today features an attack on the EIR’s analysis of greenhouse gas emissions.
Property Owners: Don’t Pay for the Same Work Twice – a Discharge from Liability to Subcontractors Under CERCLA
On March 18, 2014, the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit decided that under the federal environmental cleanup law known as the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act (“CERCLA”) (42 U.S.C. §9607)…
On April 8, 2014, the Court of Appeals for the Seventh District of the State of Ohio issued its opinion in the matter of Walker v. Noon (2014-Ohio-1499).
Washington’s vested rights doctrine guarantees that a land development proposal will be processed under the laws and regulations in effect at the time a complete permit application is filed.
Question: Is there a limit on the amount of time the association can hold open voting for amendments to our condominium documents or can the board hold the voting open indefinitely until it receives enough “yes” votes to approve the changes?
Question: My condominium association is electing new directors. One of the candidates running for the board is currently the president of another association in our development. Can this individual serve on both boards at the same time?
On several occasions we have written about transportation public-private partnerships in the Miami area. These have included posts on red-light cameras, passenger rail, UniversityCity at FIU, and other related topics.