Lessons to be Learned: How the Courts Handle Planning Issues
Friday, October 19, 2018
2 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. CDT
CM | 1.50
L | 1.50
The presenters are both planners and attorneys, and individually represent the public and private sides of the planning equation. Thus, each brings, perhaps, a slightly different perspective to the facts, issues, handling of applications, and the court decisions. The key to this session is not to overwhelm attendees with the minutiae of legal process, but to focus on the salient practice points that led to the litigation and what the key elements of the decision are important to everyday planning practice, regulation and implementation efforts.
1. Knowledge of new cases in federal and state courts.
2. How planners can use these decisions to improve their regulations and daily practice.
3. Understanding current trends by litigants, courts, and planning ideas.
Barbara Holly, firstname.lastname@example.org