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Sign Regulation After Ladue: Examining the Evolving Limits of First Amendment Protection
This article examines the law of sign and billboard regulations, with particular attention to the dual concerns noted by the U.S. Supreme Court in City of Ladue v. Gilleo of restricting "too much" speech and restricting ...
Rambo as Potted Plant: Local Rulemaking's Preemptive Strike Against Witness-Coaching During Depositions
Several federal district courts have enacted rules that seek to preempt attorneys from interfering with the discovery process through improper "witness-coaching" by prohibiting an attorney from engaging in off-the-record ...
Conflicts of Interest and the Indigent Client: Barring the Door to the Last Lawyer in Town
In order to revisit the application of conflict of interest principles to legal services practice, this article employs a survey of legal services providers. In addition to setting a context for discussion by determining ...
Legal Limits on Development Exactions: Responding to Nollan and Dolan
Over the last thirty years local governments have increasingly relied on development exactions as a funding source for land use development. Faced with shrinking budgets and the need to provide services attendant to growth, ...