CT Supreme Court docket Finds Neighbor’s Assertion Throughout Planning and Zoning Fee Session Concerning Allow Candidates Not Protected By Absolute Immunity

CT Supreme Court docket Finds Neighbor’s Assertion Throughout Planning and Zoning Fee Session Concerning Allow Candidates Not Protected By Absolute Immunity

This publish was written by Matthew Loescher, Esq.

On this case, the applicant for a particular allow filed a lawsuit in opposition to his neighbor for defamation per se, defamation, defamation, and defamation, alleging that the neighbor’s feedback on the

Texas governor names second interim attorney general ahead of Ken Paxton’s impeachment trial

Texas governor names second interim attorney general ahead of Ken Paxton’s impeachment trial

DALLAS (AP) — Texas Gov. Greg Abbott has picked a longtime aide to serve as the state’s second acting attorney general following Republican Ken Paxton’s historic impeachment on allegations of misconduct and crimes, the governor’s office announced Monday.

Angela Colmenero

NY Court of Appeals Affirms Approval of Subsurface Wastewater Sewerage System Finds Local Government Complies with SEQRA and Local Zoning Codification Laws

NY Court of Appeals Affirms Approval of Subsurface Wastewater Sewerage System Finds Local Government Complies with SEQRA and Local Zoning Codification Laws

This post was written by Tyler Doan, Esq.

The plaintiff appealed against the decision of ZBA city, city council, and related defendants opposing dismissal by ZBA for a challenge to the zoning officer’s determination that the proposed subsurface sewage system

fed.  District Court in ND Says No Preemptive Order to Ban Fargo from Exempt Adult Toy Stores in Downtown

fed. District Court in ND Says No Preemptive Order to Ban Fargo from Exempt Adult Toy Stores in Downtown

This post written by Andrew LW Peters originally appeared on the Rocky Mountain Sign Law Blog and is reposted with permission.

The Federal District Court for the District of North Dakota denied a request for a preliminary injunction that would

Alabama attorney general argues inmate didn’t suffer in aborted lethal injection

Alabama attorney general argues inmate didn’t suffer in aborted lethal injection

Arguing against a lawsuit, Alabama’s attorney general contended that an inmate did not suffer unconstitutionally during a lethal injection that was called off last year when the execution team couldn’t establish an intravenous line despite repeated attempts.

Alabama Attorney General