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2022 Land Use Case Law and Legislative Updates

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2022 Land Use Case Law and Legislative Updates
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Session 1: Land Use Case Updates: Part 1 - Rapid review of recent land-use-related decisions, including updates on short-term rentals, non-conformities, vesting, ripening/exhausting, takings, billboards, and more.  

Session 2: Land Use Case Updates: Part 2 - Rapid review of recent land-use-related decisions, including updates on short-term rentals, non-conformities, vesting, ripening/exhausting, takings, billboards, and more.  

Session 3: Sign Regulation: Where are We and Where are We Going? - Recent federal decisions indicate that the on-/off-premise distinction may no longer be viable. To help you understand this trend, this presentation highlights the Fifth Circuit’s decision in Reagan National Advertising of Austin, Inc. v. City of Austin and the Supreme Court process.

Session 4: Land Use and Real Estate Legislation Update - A quick survey of notable 2021 legislation affecting land use and real estate in Texas.  

Session 5: Short-Term Rental Litigation and Regulation Update - Where are we now after Zaatari v. Austin? And what can we do to address the damaging impacts of short-term rentals?

Session 6: Cedar Point Nursery v. Hassid: The United States Supreme Court’s Latest Pronouncement on Unconstitutional Takings - In Hassid, the Court held that a California regulation that provided union organizers limited access to agricultural worksites was a per se taking based upon the proposition that any governmental grant of physical access, no matter how time-limited or functionally constrained, constitutes a per se unless one of the Court’s articulated exceptions applies. A review of the Hassid decision, which acts both as a primer on takings law under the 5th Amendment, as well as a potential expansion of the takings doctrine as to what constitutes a physical taking of real property in a per se taking.  

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  • Total Credit Hours:
  • 3.50
  • Credit Info
  • TX, CA
  • Specialization: Administrative Law | Property Owners Association Law | Real Estate Law
  • TX MCLE credit expires: 6/30/2023

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1. Land Use Case Updates: Part 1   (May 2022)

James L. Dougherty Jr.

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Land Use Case Updates: Part 1   (May 2022)

Rapid review of recent land-use-related decisions, including updates on short-term rentals, non-conformities, vesting, ripening/exhausting, takings, billboards, and more.  

Originally presented: Apr 2022 Land Use Conference

James L. Dougherty Jr., Attorney at Law - Houston, TX

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2. Land Use Case Updates: Part 2  (May 2022)

James L. Dougherty Jr.

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Land Use Case Updates: Part 2  (May 2022)

Rapid review of recent land-use-related decisions, including updates on short-term rentals, non-conformities, vesting, ripening/exhausting, takings, billboards, and more.  

Originally presented: Apr 2022 Land Use Conference

James L. Dougherty Jr., Attorney at Law - Houston, TX

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3. Sign Regulation: Where are We and Where are We Going? (May 2022)

Meghan Lee Riley, Patricia Link

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Sign Regulation: Where are We and Where are We Going? (May 2022)

Recent federal decisions indicate that the on-/off-premise distinction may no longer be viable. To help you understand this trend, this presentation highlights the Fifth Circuit’s decision in Reagan National Advertising of Austin, Inc. v. City of Austin and the Supreme Court process.

Originally presented: Apr 2022 Land Use Conference

Meghan Lee Riley, City of Austin - Austin, TX
Patricia Link, City of Austin Law Department - Austin, TX

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4. Land Use and Real Estate Legislation Update (May 2022)

Jack P. Turano III

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Land Use and Real Estate Legislation Update (May 2022)

A quick survey of notable 2021 legislation affecting land use and real estate in Texas.  

Originally presented: Apr 2022 Land Use Conference

Jack P. Turano III, Haynes Boone, LLP - Houston, TX

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5. Short-Term Rental Litigation and Regulation Update (May 2022)

Matthew Boyle, Chance Weldon

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Short-Term Rental Litigation and Regulation Update (May 2022)

Where are we now after Zaatari v. Austin? And what can we do to address the damaging impacts of short-term rentals?

Originally presented: Apr 2022 Land Use Conference

Matthew Boyle, Boyle & Lowry, L.L.P. - Irving, TX
Chance Weldon, Texas Public Policy Foundation - Austin, TX

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6. Cedar Point Nursery v. Hassid: The United States Supreme Court’s Latest Pronouncement on Unconstitutional Takings   (May 2022)

Robert F. Brown

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Cedar Point Nursery v. Hassid: The United States Supreme Court’s Latest Pronouncement on Unconstitutional Takings   (May 2022)

In Hassid, the Court held that a California regulation that provided union organizers limited access to agricultural worksites was a per se taking based upon the proposition that any governmental grant of physical access, no matter how time-limited or functionally constrained, constitutes a per se unless one of the Court’s articulated exceptions applies. A review of the Hassid decision, which acts both as a primer on takings law under the 5th Amendment, as well as a potential expansion of the takings doctrine as to what constitutes a physical taking of real property in a per se taking.  

Originally presented: Apr 2022 Land Use Conference

Robert F. Brown, Brown & Hofmeister, L.L.P. - Richardson, TX