Editor: David Reiss
Brooklyn Law School

February 19, 2020

Urban Renewal’s Legacy

By David Reiss

I was quoted in The Ledger (Florida) in Seeking Progress, City Upended Lives in Eliminating Moorehead Community. It opens, After selecting Moorehead as the site of a new auditorium, Lakeland officials began efforts 50 years ago to inform residents, assess properties, … Continue reading

August 7, 2018

Property Taken by Eminent Domain Unused

By David Reiss

I was interviewed by Mary Calvi on CBS New York in Man Wants Back Property NYC Took From His Family In 1967 (click here to watch the segment). The transcript of the segment reads, in part, There is a property battle … Continue reading

November 27, 2017

Delaying Trump’s Wall

By David Reiss

USA Today cited me in No, Cards Against Humanity Can’t Delay Trump’s Border Wall. It opens, By now you’ve played a rousing game of Cards Against Humanity or at least heard the game makers want to buy land to block the construction of President Trump’s proposed border … Continue reading

November 17, 2017

Eminent Domain and Trump’s Wall

By David Reiss

Mashable quoted me in Sorry, Cards Against Humanity Can’t Stop Trump’s Wall. It opens, As much as we may want to believe it, a card game company probably can’t save our country. This week, owners of the irreverent (and kind of … Continue reading

July 22, 2015

Wednesday’s Academic Roundup

By Shea Cunningham

Valuing Control, Peter C. DiCola, 113 Michigan Law Review 663 (2015). A Framework for Understanding Property Regulation and Land Use Control from a Dynamic Perspective, Donald J. Kochan, 4 Michigan Journal of Environmental & Administrative Law 303 (2015). The Use … Continue reading

July 8, 2015

Wednesday’s Academic Roundup

By Shea Cunningham

Airbnb and the Housing Segment of the Modern ‘Sharing Economy’: Are Short-Term Rental Restrictions an Unconstitutional Taking?, Jamila Jefferson-Jones, Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly, Vol. 42, 2015. The Use of Tenant Screening Reports and Tenant Blacklisting, Gerald Lebovits & Jen M. … Continue reading

May 28, 2015

Dos And Don’ts of Mixed-Use Development

By David Reiss

I was interviewed on Georgia Public Radio’s On Second Thought radio show about The Dos And Don’ts of Mixed-Use Developments. The segment was about John’s Creek, an affluent suburb in northeast Atlanta. It’s fairly small — only about 80,000 people … Continue reading