Murr v. Wisconsin: How Does the Supreme Court Define Property in Takings Litigation?

Greenberg Traurig Shareholder Jerry Stouck, Chair of the Federal Regulatory and Administrative Law Practice is leading a webinar on Lawline titled “Murr v. Wisconsin: How Does the Supreme Court Define Property in Takings Litigation?” The webinar will cover the following learning objectives:

• Identify the “parcel as a whole” or “relevant parcel” issue, and why it is so important in takings cases, particularly those involving real property
• Review the several previous Supreme Court decisions that have touched on this important issue, but have served only to obscure (rather than promote) its resolution
• Appreciate the varied and conflicting approaches that lower courts have taken to the relevant parcel issue
• Obtain a thorough understanding of the decision in Murr v. Wisconsin, as well as the dissent’s criticisms of it
• Recognize the issues that Murr leaves open for further litigation as courts attempt to apply Murr in diverse situations