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VT Supreme Court Finds Applicant Satisfied Statutory Notice Requirements to Obtain Approval of PUD Permit

In August 2014, Atwood Enterprises, Ltd., applied to the Town of Jericho for approval of a PUD. Atwood’s proposal involved using a roughly twenty-eight-acre parcel taken from a larger piece of farmland and constructing a six-unit, three-duplex subdivision with common lands. The Jericho Land Use and Development Regulations, effective February 7, 2013, governed approval of […]

Source: VT Supreme Court Finds Applicant Satisfied Statutory Notice Requirements to Obtain Approval of PUD Permit


The Ridiculousness of Bailout Takings Claims: AIG Shareholder Litigation

Source: The Ridiculousness of Bailout Takings Claims: AIG Shareholder Litigation


News: “Ky. budget provision faces suit” [N. Ky. Post]

Source: News: “Ky. budget provision faces suit” [N. Ky. Post]


Surgeon Claims Frozen Brains Will Be Placed in Donor Bodies by 2020

Source: Surgeon Claims Frozen Brains Will Be Placed in Donor Bodies by 2020


OH Appeals Court Holds Ordinances’ Prohibition on Cooking in Accessory Living Accommodations was Unambiguous and Had Substantial Relation to Safety of Community

In 2002, Scasny obtained approval to construct a 292 square foot detached two-car garage that included a driveway. Over time, the two-car garage became a 644 square foot two level building with a bathroom that included a toilet and tub; a kitchen area with a kitchen sink and cooking area; a laundry room with a […]

Source: OH Appeals Court Holds Ordinances’ Prohibition on Cooking in Accessory Living Accommodations was Unambiguous and Had Substantial Relation to Safety of Community


News: “Ky. budget provision faces suit” [N. Ky. Post]

Source: News: “Ky. budget provision faces suit” [N. Ky. Post]


CLE on Wealth Transfer Law in Comparative & International Perspective

Source: CLE on Wealth Transfer Law in Comparative & International Perspective