The Planning and Law Division (PLD) of the American Planning Association, in partnership with APA Learn, is pleased to host the upcoming webcast What the Supreme Court’s Knick Decision Did and Did Not Change on Tuesday, July 30, 2019 from 1:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. ET.
In June, a divided Supreme Court overturned part of a longstanding precedent that generally required plaintiffs alleging unconstitutional takings to first try and fail to obtain compensation under state law before pursuing a federal takings claim. Property rights activists celebrated their one-vote win, but as a practical matter does the decision really change things for planners?
Speakers include John Baker, Esq. of Greene Espel PLLP and Deborah Rosenthal, Esq., FAICP of FitzGerald, Yap & Kreditor LLP
Registration for individual PLD members is $20, $30 for APA (non-PLD) members, and $60 for non-APA/non-PLD members. Group rates are also available. Registration is open through July 30, 2019. Register Here.
CM I 1.50 I Law
CLE 1.50 through Illinois State Bar
The Supreme Court’s decision in Knick v. Township of Scott is available here.