Jennifer Davy

First Circuit Rules Federal Clean Water Act Citizen Plaintiffs Are Not Completely Trumped by Past or Pending EPA or State Agency Administrative Enforcement Against the Violator – Update from McGregor, Legere & Stevens, PC

Written by Gregor I. McGregor, Esq. Can citizen plaintiffs in federal court sue the same violator for the same water pollution violation against which the U.S Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) or …

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Federal Court Dismisses all but CERCLA Cost Recovery Claim in Challenge to McClellan Air Force Base Clean-Up – Update from Manko Gold Katcher Fox

September 29, 2022 Alice F. Douglas MGKF Litigation Blog In Rio Linda Elverta Cmty. Water Dist. v. United States, No. 2:17-CV-01349, 2022 WL 3567143 (E.D. Cal. Aug. 18, 2022), the Honorable …

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Outdoor Advertising, the First Amendment, and Free Speech: The Supreme Court Refines the Case of Reed v. Gilbert by its Decision in Austin v. Reagan – Update from McGregor Legere & Stevens, PC

Written by Gregor I. McGregor, Esq. The City of Austin, Texas regulates signs that advertise things not located on the same premises as the sign, and signs directing readers to offsite …

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Supreme Court Strikes Down the City of Boston’s Flag-Flying Practice at City Hall Plaza as Going Over a Bright Line Between Rightful Control of Government Speech and Relaxed Regulation of Private Speech – update from McGregor Legere & Stevens, PC

Written by Gregor I. McGregor, Esq. In the case of Shurtleff v. City of Boston, (May 2, 2022), the U.S. Supreme Court held that the City of Boston’s flag-raising program did not …

Supreme Court Strikes Down the City of Boston’s Flag-Flying Practice at City Hall Plaza as Going Over a Bright Line Between Rightful Control of Government Speech and Relaxed Regulation of Private Speech – update from McGregor Legere & Stevens, PC Read More »

SJC Rules Regulatory Taking Claim in Casino Dispute May Proceed to Discovery and Trial (but Not Impairment of Contract Claim) – Update from McGregor Legere & Stevens, PC

Written by Gregor I. McGregor, Esq. An interesting, important and relatively rare decision from the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court is about regulatory taking (yes, Virginia, there is a valid claim for …

SJC Rules Regulatory Taking Claim in Casino Dispute May Proceed to Discovery and Trial (but Not Impairment of Contract Claim) – Update from McGregor Legere & Stevens, PC Read More »

Outdoor Advertising, the First Amendment, and Free Speech: The Supreme Court Refines the Case of Reed v. Gilbert by its Decision in Austin v. Reagan – Update from McGregor Legere & Stevens

Written by Gregor I. McGregor, Esq. The City of Austin, Texas regulates signs that advertise things not located on the same premises as the sign, and signs directing readers to offsite …

Outdoor Advertising, the First Amendment, and Free Speech: The Supreme Court Refines the Case of Reed v. Gilbert by its Decision in Austin v. Reagan – Update from McGregor Legere & Stevens Read More »