Saturday, July 20, 2024

Tag: federal law

One of the pivotal court decisions behind the expansion of the administrative state was the 1984 ruling in Chevron v. Natural Resources Defense Council.

Lawyers take big government to the Supreme Court

“We all get to vote, but the ability to make legislation is no longer in the hands of the people we elect,” Columbia law...
A 2024 decision by the New Jersey Supreme Court in Players Place II Condominium Association, Inc. v. K.P. applied federal and state law and provides important guidance for an HOA to avoid a housing discrimination claim.

How to assess a resident’s request for an emotional support animal

Multifamily housing providers are faced with increasing requests from residents with disabilities for emotional support animals (ESA). Requests for ESAs are generating more enforcement...
National rent control didn’t pan out, so in order to crack down on “big landlords who break antitrust laws by price-fixing and driving up rents,” the Biden administration’s latest scheme is to enlist the U.S. Department of Justice and Federal Trade Commission as antitrust enforcers. Such irony would be funny if this didn’t undermine the homes that the nation so desperately needs.

Monopolies, elections and power, oh my

Technology is engineered toward empowering individuals, not government. Therein lies the problem. From the Gutenberg press to automobiles to a networked world enabling people to...


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