Posts detail filings and rulings on cases related to the Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act.
Posts provide updates on the latest cases and news involving the Robbins law firm and its lawyers.
Information and commentary on development, financing and other property news in Colorado.
"Update on cases dealing with design-build projects."
"A free-form discussion of issues peculiar to Retail Real Estate Law. This blog explores legal concepts underlying legal practice." Recent entries include "What’s in the Stated Rent and How Lenders See it," "'Gotcha' Rules in 1031 Exchanges" and "Pass-Through Caps."
"The South Carolina Law for Homeowners blog was created to provide general information about common legal issues affecting owners of homes and other types of realty in this state."
"This blog focuses on Florida real estate laws, and how those laws affect the commercial and residential real estate markets of South Florida."
"Intended to provide practical insights to individuals serving on boards of condominium and homeowners associations in the Puget Sound area. It discusses a variety of legal issues that such associations routinely face and offers suggestions about how to handle them. It also contains links to relevant laws that pertain to community associations."
The author "brings his Bronx attitude and what he calls a 'hopeful cynicism' to his commentaries, which focus on real estate law and political issue that impact the housing market."
Legal issues related to condominium boards and homeowners' associations, specifically in Virginia.
"A forum to discuss legal issues for Howard County and the State of Maryland. Our practice at Taylor Legal focuses on land use and zoning, small business and corporate law, local and state government law, alcoholic beverage licensing, contract drafting, and succession planning."
Posts aim to keep readers up to date on legal issues impacting Texas agriculture and cover water law, oil and gas law, leasing, property rights, right-to-farm statutes and animal cruelty issues.
Real estate and construction law-related news and events in Texas.
Blog explains Texas property laws on condemnation and eminent domain. Posts describe proposed legislation and current court cases regarding eminent domain laws, and frequently venture into related issues regarding environmental and energy laws.
"Explores current legal issues in cultural property, heritage resources and preservation."
"Musings on commercial real estate transactions and law in Chicago and beyond."
"Get all the 'dirt' on Kentucky, Tennessee and Southern Indiana real estate law."
"The Home for Division 1 of the ABA Forum on the Construction Industry on the Internet. This blog allows members of the Division and others to keep up with matters of interest to dispute resolution and avoidance in a construction context."
"Focuses on construction law and project delivery issues in particular. Target audience is all construction lawyers, with a focus on contract and project delivery issues."
"A look at environmental and land use law in Florida and across the country, considering private property rights, growth management, comprehensive planning, environmental law, and strategies for landowners."
“Whether you’re traveling the 405, the 101, or the I-80, California is all about commercial real estate. In fact, other than water, many believe the most important legal issues concerning the Golden State are those with respect to the acquisition, management, and disposition of real property.”
A blog covering a wide variety of legal topics, ranging from issues in business law to landlord-tenant law and estate planning law in New Jersey.
"Focuses on the lien and bond claim laws that help the construction industry get paid. Focusing on lien and bond claim regulations across the United States, the blog provides readers with how-to articles and updates on legislation and court decisions that impact the same."
"The Lien Zone regularly posts articles, videos, infographics and useful forms."
Posts explain complex real property law and property use law to both law professionals and the lay public and follow significant Massachusetts real estate cases through the courts.‹ First < 3 4 5 6 >