tag: North Carolina Land Use Litigator: Paper Presented On the Judicial Treatment of the Two-Month Statutes of Limitations and Repose Applicable Against Challenges to Zoning Ordinances

Wednesday, April 20, 2011, 10:49 AM

Paper Presented On the Judicial Treatment of the Two-Month Statutes of Limitations and Repose Applicable Against Challenges to Zoning Ordinances

This past week, I presented a paper entitled "Absolute Bar, a Roll of the Dice, or Somewhere in Between: Divining Application of the Two-Month Statute of Repose" at the joint annual meeting of the Zoning, Planning and Land Use Section and the Government and Public Sector Section of the North Carolina Bar Association. A link to the informational materials, including topical lineup and date of statewide replays of that seminar, can be found here.

I co-authored the piece with Anna Short, a lawyer in our Raleigh office.

Mike Thelen is a lawyer in Womble Carlyle's Real Estate Litigation practice group. He regularly represents a wide variety of clients in land use and land development issues, from local governments to businesses, in both state and federal venues throughout North Carolina.

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