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Thursday, July 25, 2013, 10:51 AM

North Carolina Land Use Litigator to Present On Litigating Substantive Due Process Claims

The authors of and administrators behind the North Carolina Land Use Litigator -- John Cooke and Mike Thelen -- will be speaking next week at the summer conference of the North Carolina Association of Municipal Attorneys.  The conference will take place August 2-3 in Asheville, North Carolina, at the elegant Biltmore Estate.  The Estate was designed in part by Frederick Law Olmstead (or was it Joe Peppitone?), and remains the largest privately-owned house in the United States.  The Estate is still larger than that one from The Queen of Versailles, though there are fewer media rooms and "things from Rome" in the former.

At the conference, John and Mike will present a paper on "Defending Substantive Due Process Claims".  Trust us, there is enough to discuss in this topic to keep the interest of about anyone.


Jean-Francois Raffaelli's "George Clemenceau Giving a Speech at the Cirque Fernando"
(oil on canvas, 1883)

Mike Thelen practices in Womble, Carlyle's Real Estate Litigation and Land Use practice group. He regularly represents a wide variety of clients, from local governments to businesses, in land use and land development matters in both state and federal venues throughout North Carolina.  Follow the North Carolina Land Use Litigator on Twitter at @nclanduselaw.

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