In previous entries, I have written about what happens when you can’t locate a spouse for waiver purposes, about how to deal with missing beneficiaries or even how to review QDROs.
The New Jersey Department of Community Affairs and the Christie Administration along with the newly created Office of Recovery and Rebuilding released the Community Development Block Grant Disaster Recovery Action Plan resulting from the damage from Superstorm Sandy and the allocation of over $1.8 billion in the first phase of federal funding for cleanup, rebuilding and recovery.
Federal Agency May Adopt Project That Combines Elements from Several Alternatives Studied in an Environmental Impact Statement
In approving a project to repair a flood-damaged road in a national forest in Nevada, the U.S. Forest Service adopted a “Selected Alternative” that combined elements from three different alternatives that were evaluated in the Environmental Impact Statement for the project.
US Army Corps Denies a §404 Permit: Can a Takings Claim Be Based On Consideration of the Economic Affect On the Wetlands Parcel Only?
Lost Tree Village Corp. v. United States, ___ F.3d ___, 2013 U.S. App. LEXIS 690 (Fed.Cir. 2013). Between 1968 and 1974, Lost Tree Village Corporation (“Lost Tree”) purchased approximately 2,750 acres of property on Florida’s mid-Atlantic coast, which included a barrier island on the Atlantic Ocean.
We write regularly about the role of community associations’ boards of directors, as well as the role of each of the directors on the board. Today I saw an interesting article about potential liability of directors.
Ready or not, here comes the Florida Department of Transportation!
Many of the individuals affected were never concerned about the environment. Oklahoma and Texas are key oil states, with a long time preference for the economic benefit over the potential negative environmental effects of production.
An interesting transit bill is pending in the Colorado legislature that could have a significant impact on transit oriented developments in the Denver area.
Motion for Summary Judgment Denied in Part and Granted in Part in Sons’ Suit Over the Management of Their Deceased Father’s Real Estate Empire: Serota V Scimone
In a January 10, 2013 decision by Justice Ramos, the court denied in part and granted in part the defendant Scimone’s motion to dismiss.