The Symposium’s second panel explored legislative intent and statutory interpretation under RLUIPA. The panel discussed how RLUIPA applies to building codes, aesthetic regulations, the exercise of eminent domain, and determining damages.
Participating in the panel were:
- Professor Shelley Ross Saxer, Associate Dean of Academics at Pepperdine University School of Law.
- Professor Nelson Tebbe, of Brooklyn Law School
- Daniel Dalton, of Tomkiw Dalton, PLC.
Amy Lavine from the Albany Law School Government Law Center served as moderator. Continue reading “Panel 2: Legislative Intent and Statutory Interpretation Under RLUIPA”