Most of us in the right of way profession are following closely the redevelopment lawsuit pending before the California Supreme Court. The decision could have widespread implications. So, to keep you fully informed, here's another quick update.
Yesterday, the California Supreme Court announced it will hear oral argument from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. on Thursday, November 10, 2011. For those of you up north who are keen on seeing the event in person, oral argument will be taking place at the Supreme Court Courtroom, Earl Warren Building, Fourth Floor, 350 McAllister Street, San Francisco. For the rest of us, there will be a live TV broadcast and webcast of the case on California Channel at www.calchannel.com.
To find out more details, or to see what else the high Court will be hearing, you can take a look at the court's website. And, if you can't take the time to tune in, I'm sure we'll be providing our thoughts shortly after the hearing takes place.
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