Sunday, 22 of October of 2017

OH Appeals Court Finds Pursuit of Administrative Remedy Would be a Vain or Futile Act in Regulatory Takings Case

In 2010, the United States General Services Administration (“the GSA”) solicited bids for office space to house the Cincinnati office of the United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement (“ICE”). Within the building would be four temporary holding areas for staff to question or interview detainees for no more than eight hours. Plaintiff-appellant Rural Building of […]

Source: OH Appeals Court Finds Pursuit of Administrative Remedy Would be a Vain or Futile Act in Regulatory Takings Case


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