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Remedial Legal Logic: Fifth District Doubles Down On Split with Other Districts in Holding CEQA Doesn’t Allow Limited Writ Remedy of Partial EIR Decertification - But Does It Really Matter?

USA - November 29 2020 “The life of the law has not been logic: it has been experience.” - Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr., The Common Law (1881) “CEQA discourse has become...

A “Fare” Shake? Ninth Circuit Affirms Judgment On the Pleadings for San Francisco In Removed Action Challenging SFMTA’s 2018 Taxi Regulations, Remands for Consideration of Whether to Grant Plaintiffs Leave to Amend CEQA Claim

USA - November 11 2020 On November 9, 2020, the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit issued a published opinion affirming a judgment on the pleadings...

Closing the “Golden Door”: California Supreme Court Denies Petitions for Review and Depublication Request in CEQA Administrative Record Case

USA - November 10 2020 On November 10, 2020, the California Supreme Court - after briefly raising Petitioners’ hopes by extending the time to consider granting review -...

Keeping the “Golden Door” Cracked Open: California Supreme Court Extends Period to Consider Review of CEQA Administrative Record Case

USA - October 26 2020 On October 23, 2020, the California Supreme Court issued an order extending until December 7, 2020, or the date upon which review is either granted...

Governor Extends Conditional Suspension of Requirements Related to Posting CEQA Notices with County Clerks

USA - October 12 2020 In late September, Governor Newsom signed Executive Order N-80-20 (“EO 80-20”), which, among other things, extends the protections of a handful of...

Arielle O. Harris.