Jillian Friess Leivas

Nossaman LLP


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When Does Downzoning Result in a Regulatory Taking?

USA - October 28 2022 As we have previously discussed, downzoning (changing the zoning designation for property from a more intensive use to a more restrictive use) can…

Bradford B. Kuhn

An inverse condemnation claim arising from a public project’s general construction activities requires a unique, peculiar, and substantial impact to property

USA - October 13 2022 When public projects are being constructed, surrounding property owners typically experience construction impacts, such as noise, dust, fumes…

Summary of Major Eminent Domain Cases & Legislation: January 1, 2022 - May 31, 2022

Canada - August 9 2022 In the most recent biannual report from the Real Estate Law Committee of the International Right of Way Association, we collaborated with Robert…

Bradford B. Kuhn

California Coastal Act Trumps Local City Regulations Banning Short-Term Housing Rentals

USA - August 5 2022 Housing in California is a hot topic, particularly when the short-term rentals are thrown into the mix. Those opposed to short-term rentals often…

Bradford B. Kuhn

Recovery of Attorneys’ Fees Not Permissible for Lawyer/Spouse Plaintiffs Under Uniform Relocation Act

USA - June 24 2022 A recent Federal Circuit case, Haggart v. United States, No. 21-1660 (June 22, 2022) determined that under the Uniform Relocation Act, like other…

Bradford B. Kuhn