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GA Supreme Court Holds Provision of City’s Sexually Oriented Businesses Ordinances Prohibiting Full Nudity in Sexually Oriented Businesses was Constitutionally Permissible

Beginning in 2001, Oasis Goodtime Emporium I, Inc., operated under a settlement agreement that resolved litigation with DeKalb County, which granted Oasis and other adult businesses “adult nonconforming status,” meaning that they were “permitted to sell alcoholic beverages (subject to all other laws and regulation of alcohol) and to provide adult entertainment in the form […]

Source: GA Supreme Court Holds Provision of City’s Sexually Oriented Businesses Ordinances Prohibiting Full Nudity in Sexually Oriented Businesses was Constitutionally Permissible


Kelly on How Land Banks and Land Trusts Promote Social Goods

Source: Kelly on How Land Banks and Land Trusts Promote Social Goods


California Right-To-Die Legislation Faces Uncertain Future

Source: California Right-To-Die Legislation Faces Uncertain Future


6th Circuit Court of Appeals Finds City’s Decision Not to Renew a Host Community Agreement Based on Fraud did not Violate Company’s Constitutional Rights

In 2006, the City of Detroit approved Systematic Recycling LLC a conditional zoning grant that permitted it to operate a large composting facility within city limits, subject to certain conditions. One of the conditions was that Systematic enter into a host community agreement (“HCA”) with Detroit to ensure that the city could adequately monitor its […]

Source: 6th Circuit Court of Appeals Finds City’s Decision Not to Renew a Host Community Agreement Based on Fraud did not Violate Company’s Constitutional Rights


Anderson on Water Law in Indian Country

Source: Anderson on Water Law in Indian Country


Article On Mineral Succession Law In Louisiana

Source: Article On Mineral Succession Law In Louisiana