Getting in Its Own Way: Behind California's CEQA Curtain
In 2018, housing was targeted in 60 percent of all California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) lawsuits against construction projects in the state, a new study by Holland & Knight's land use and environmental attorneys finds. "California Getting in Its Own Way" concludes that this litigation is a major contributor to the state's housing crisis.
Biden Administration – 117th Congress Analysis Center
Holland & Knight's Federal Practice Team has strong bipartisan ties with our longstanding relationships on both sides of the aisle. Our team is prepared to help you effectively navigate through any changes and help you choose the best course to achieve your policy objectives.
Making the Assist in Athletic Conference Realignments
A university or athletic conference considering conference realignment faces a multitude of legal issues involving, among other things, conference constitutions and bylaws, media contracts and the seemingly inevitable threat of litigation. Holland & Knight's Education Team helps clients in this critical juncture of sports and law.
Providing Justice for Wrongfully Convicted Inmates
A litigator from Holland & Knight's Public and Charitable Service Department, which coordinates pro bono initiatives, successfully represented a 76-year-old Florida man who served 42 years for a crime he didn't commit. It was the first case reviewed by the State Attorney's Conviction Integrity Unit (CIU), which reviews claims of wrongful conviction.
Supreme Court Extends Spokeo's Article III Standing Requirements
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