THE TAKING ISSUE
40th Annual Symposium,
Touro Law Review 

October 3-4, 2013

 

8 hours of CLE Professional Practice Credit - transitional or non-transitional

Conference Co-Chairs:
Patricia Salkin
Dean and Professor of Law
Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center
 
David L. Callies
Benjamin A. Kudo Professor of Law
The University of Hawaii at Mãnoa, William S. Richardson School of Law

Conference Co-Sponsors:
American Bar Association, State and Local Government Law Section
American Planning Association
New York State Bar Association, Municipal Law Section
 
SPECIAL DEDICATION:
FRED BOSSELMAN, ESQ.,
Professor Emeritus
IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law
A past president of the American Planning Association and the Reporter for the American Law Institute’s Model Land Development Law Project, Fred Bosselman conceived of and coauthored The Taking Issue (1973). Professor Bosselman passed away on August 4, 2013. This conference is dedicated to his legacy.
 

SYMPOSIUM SCHEDULE

Thursday, October 3, 2013

1:00 pm      Registration

1:15 pm      Welcome
                     Touro Law Review
                     Dean Patricia Salkin, Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center
                     Professor David Callies, University of Hawaii at Mãnoa, 
                           William S. Richardson School of Law

1:30 pm      The Takings Issue: Historical Overview
                     Moderator – John Banta, Esq.
                     Professor David Callies, University of Hawaii at Mãnoa, 
                           William S. Richardson School of Law
 
2:30 pm      New York Takings Law
                     Moderator – Professor John Nolon, Pace Law School
                     Terry A. Rice, Rice and Amon
                     Jessica A. Bacher, Managing Director, Research and 
                        Innovation Program, Land Use Law Center
                     Anthony S. Guardino, Farrell Fritz, P.C.
 
4:00 pm       Q & A

4:30 pm       Reception
 
Friday, October 4, 2013
 
8:30 am       Plenary Keynote Address: 
                       Professor Richard Epstein, New York University School of Law
                     “The Supreme Court as Real Property Lawyers, or 
                      The Dangers of a Public Law Court on
                      The Takings Issue”

9:30 am      Categorical (Lucas) Rule, Including Exceptions 
                     (Nuisance and Background Principles)
                     Moderator – John Banta, Esq.
                     Professor David Callies, University of Hawaii at Mãnoa, 
                              William S. Richardson School of Law
                     Professor Carol N. Brown, The University of 
                           Richmond School of Law

10:45 am   Break

11:00 am    Partial Takings (Penn Central): Including Character of the 
                     Governmental Action and Economic Effects on the 
                     Landowner, Including Investment-Backed Expectations
                     Moderator – Professor Frank Schnidman, 
                           Florida Atlantic University
                     Professor Mark Fenster, University of Florida, 
                           Levin College of Law
                     Deborah Rosenthal, Sheppard Mullen
                     Nancy E. Stroud, Lewis, Stroud & Deutsch

Noon           Lunch

12:45 pm    Unconstitutional Conditions (Nollan/Dolan/Koontz)
                     Moderator – Professor David Callies, 
                           University of Hawaii at Mãnoa,
                           William S. Richardson Law School
                     Professor Steven J. Eagle, George Mason School of Law
                     Julie Tappendorf, Partner, Ancel Glink      

2:00 pm      Ripeness
                     Moderator – Rob Thomas, Damon Key Leong Kupchak Hastert
                     Professor Vicki Been, New York University School of Law
                     David Breemer, Counsel, Pacific Legal Foundation
                     Michael Berger, Manatt Phelps
 
2:45 pm      Relevant Parcel/Denominator Issue
                     Robert Meltz, Congressional Research Service
                     Edward J. Sullivan, Garvey Schubert Barer
 
3:15 pm    Conclusion
 

REGISTRATION

 
FEES : The cost of the program is $120 for 8 CLE credits and $50 for non-CLE participants. Make checks
payable to: Touro Law Center.

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MEALS: Glatt Kosher dietary rules are observed.
 
REFUND POLICY: Your registration fee will be refunded if you notify us seven days prior to the event.
 
DISABILITY ASSISTANCE: If you require assistance related to a disability, please let us know, preferably
in writing, as soon as possible prior to the conference.
 

8 hours of CLE Professional Practice Credit - transitional or non-transitional

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