Our partner Nancie Marzulla participated in a panel discussion on 100 Years of Takings Law at the 17th Meeting of the American College of Business Court Judges (ACBCJ), presented by the Judicial Education Program of the Law & Economics Center (LEC) at The Mansion at Glen Cove in Glen Cove, New York.
The panel, “The State of Takings Law: 100 Years After Pennsylvania Coal Co. v. Mahon and One Year After Cedar Point Nursery v. Hassid,” included:
- Richard Epstein, Laurence A. Tisch Professor of Law and Director, Classical Liberal Institute, NYU School of Law; Professor of Law Emeritus and senior lecturer, University of Chicago Law School
- Julia Mahoney, Professor of Law and Research Professor of Law, University of Virginia School of Law
- Nancie G. Marzulla, Founding Partner, Marzulla Law, LLC
- Robert H. Thomas, Visiting Chair in Property Rights, William & Mary Law School; Senior Attorney, Pacific Legal Foundation
- Moderator: Paul Wallace, Judge, Superior Court of Delaware
The ACBCJ was founded in 2005 to provide substantive continuing professional education programs designed to aid judges who navigate increasingly complex business issues.
The mission of the Law & Economics Center is to serve as a nexus for research and education focused on economic analysis of legal and public policy issues. For almost 50 years, the LEC has trained federal and state judges, state attorneys general, law professors, and other policy makers in economics, finance, accounting, statistics, and scientific methodology.
The Judicial Education Program is the nation’s preeminent provider of high-quality, balanced judicial education seminars and conferences that focus on economics, finance, accounting, statistics, and the scientific method.