Category: Appellate

Ring Bender Alert – U.S. Supreme Court decision in George Sheetz v. County of El Dorado, California, involving the legislative imposition of traffic mitigation fees on new development projects.

Ring Bender Partner Norman Dupont will be moderating an ABA panel that will discuss current Supreme Court cases that could could affect environmental regulation in the United States by restricting the administrative powers of agencies like EPA.

Ring Bender attorneys Patrick (“Kit”) Bobko, Norman (“Norm”) Dupont and Jay Tufano recently won an appeal reversing an adverse judgment against a municipal firm client, Rubidoux Community Services District (Rubidoux).

On January 9, 2024, the United States Supreme Court will consider the extent to which a municipal entity can impose legislative development-related fees in George Sheetz v. County of El Dorado, California, No. 22-1074 (“Sheetz”).

Ring Bender partners Kit Bobko, Norman (Norm) Dupont and Jay Tufano filed an amicus brief on behalf of the League of California Cities. The League represents some 470 cities throughout the State of California and asked Ring Bender to file this amicus brief on its behalf. The brief supports the position of the City of…

Two cases brought under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) have recently made their way through the federal appellate court system that raise significant standing to sue issues and questions concerning the original intent of the ADA. An article by Ring Bender partner Norman Dupont about these cases was published in issues of posted…