Last week, my colleague Rick Rayl blogged about the Ninth Circuit's issuing an order granting an en banc hearing of the Guggenheim case involving the City of Goleta's mobile home park rent control ordinance. If anyone is interested in a more in-depth analysis of the issues of that case, how the en banc process works, how politics come into play, and how the Ninth Circuit may ultimately come out on the regulatory takings issue, Rick and I prepared a more in-depth article that addresses those issues. The article, "9th Circuit Revisits 2009 Trailer Park Opinion," was published in the Daily Journal on March 23, 2010.
Feel free to let us know your thoughts or any additional questions you may have.
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