Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals Holds Legislative Conditions Are Subject To Nexus-And-Proportionality Requirements

This post was authored by Robert Thomas, Esq. and originally appeared on the InverseCondemnation Blog and is reposted with permission. See, https://www.inversecondemnation.com/inversecondemnation/2023/05/ca6-legislative-conditions-are-subject-to-nexus-and-proportionality-requirements.html

The 6th Circuit Court of Appeals in Knight v. Metro. Gov’t of Nashville, No. 21-6179 (May 10,

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Ross – Spring 2023 – MJEAL

The Hexavalent Chromium Spill That Never Happened: Without Disasters, Where Does Environmental Litigation Come From?

Kathleen Ross


On July 29, 2022, Tribar Manufacturing, an auto supply manufacturer, improperly released 10,000 gallons of toxicant-containing discharge into the sewer system of Wixom,

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McMurray – Spring 2023 – MJEAL

Opening the Floodgates: Axon Enterprises, Inc. v. FTC and the Weakening of Public Power

Keenen McMurray


In November of 2022, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments on a pair of consolidated cases including Axon Enterprise, Inc. v. Federal Trade Commission

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