Published by the state and local government law section of the american bar association litigating religious land use cases has received praise from attorneys and religious leaders alike with a second edition published in october 2016 this book is an invaluable resource for religious entities and practitioners. Litigating religious land use cases second edition this new edition updates the case law related to rluipa claims through march 1 2016 in addition the book includes an analysis of claims that can be raised in addition to religious land use claims. Daniel dalton with over a decade of experience litigating religious land use cases provides a critical review of the history of religious land use constitutionality of rluipa claims under the religious land use and institutionalized persons act of 2000 related religious land use claims such as first amendment free exercise claims free speech claims first amendment retaliation etc . Get this from a library litigating religious land use cases daniel p dalton american bar association section of state and local government law it is my hope that this book will serve as a useful guide for religious entities and the lawyers who represent them in navigating the challenges and uncertainties that inevitably surround a . Litigating religious land use cases is intended to provide practical advice from the authors personal litigation experiences generally a religious entity will use all available means of resolving a dispute prior to entering into litigation in the instance that a case results in litigation this book discusses how to litigate such a religious land use case on behalf of a religious entity
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