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Fed. Dist. Court in OR Holds Denial of Sign Applications Was Based on Content-Neutral Restrictions on Time, Place, and Manner and Did Not Violate Free Speech Rights

In a §1983 action, Plaintiff Icon Groupe, LLC, (“Icon”), alleged that defendants Washington County and Andrew Singelakis, violated Icon’s constitutional right to freedom of speech when they failed to grant Icon’s applications for permits to erect and maintain seventeen freestanding signs displaying public safety messages, such as “Celebrate the Holiday Safely—Happy Memorial Day.” Because the […]

Source: Fed. Dist. Court in OR Holds Denial of Sign Applications Was Based on Content-Neutral Restrictions on Time, Place, and Manner and Did Not Violate Free Speech Rights


Obama Administration’s New Rules on Housing Segregation

Source: Obama Administration’s New Rules on Housing Segregation


Estate Planning Fatigue Is Having An Impact On Wealthy Families

Source: Estate Planning Fatigue Is Having An Impact On Wealthy Families


MN Appeals Court Affirms Holding of Contempt for Failure of Property Owners to Remove a Wind Turbine in Compliance with a Court Order

Appellants Jay and Kendall Nygard had constructed a wind turbine in their backyard in violation of the City of Orono’s zoning code. The district court found them in constructive civil contempt of court for repeatedly refusing to comply with its order to remove the turbine after their legal challenges to Orono’s zoning code failed. The […]

Source: MN Appeals Court Affirms Holding of Contempt for Failure of Property Owners to Remove a Wind Turbine in Compliance with a Court Order


California Court Will Hear Case Involving Frozen Embryos

Source: California Court Will Hear Case Involving Frozen Embryos