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2009 has come and gone. With it, we moved one more year past 2005's Kelo decision -- and a lot closer to what those of us who have worked in eminent domain for many years consider "normal." Massive eminent domain reform efforts seem -- for now -- to be a thing of the past.
The California Legislature passed no substantive changes to California's eminent domain law, and the closest we came to a marquee eminent domain case last year was probably the Marina Towers decision, which was much discussed, but does not represent any sweeping changes to California law.
Still, there were a few notable ...
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