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Lucas v. South Carolina Coastal Council at 25

Lucas v. South Carolina Coastal Council at 25

Environmental Law & Property Rights Practice Group PodcastThis spring marks the 25th anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court's decision in Lucas v. South Carolina Coastal Council.  In Lucas, a 5-4 Court majority held that a state law can effect a "regulatory taking" and trigger inverse condemnation requirements if it deprives an owner of all viable uses of his land.  Join our panel to hear a discussion of questions such as: Did Lucas mark a major change in Supreme Court regulatory takings doctrine? Was the decision about right, or did it go too far or not far enough?  Is Lucas still relevant to regulatory takings law today, and what are the chances that the decision might be reconsidered or extended?  Featuring:James S. Burling, Vice President of Litigation, Pacific Legal FoundationProfessor Eric R. Claeys, Professor of Law, Antonin Scalia Law School Professor Michael A. Wolf, Professor of Law, Richard E. Nelson Chair in Local Government, University of Florida Levin College

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