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LG Elecs. U.S.A., Inc. v. DOE

A district court denied a manufacturer's motion for preliminary injunction to retain the "Energy Star" energy efficiency label that DOE ordered it to remove from approximately 40,000 of its refrigerators. The central issue in the case...

3883 Conn., L.L.C. v. District of Columbia

The court holds that although it has jurisdiction to hear an individual's claim for damages against a city for disrupting his construction project, the individual's due process rights were not violated. The individual was granted the...

Tuchman v. Connecticut

The court dismisses all of a hazardous waste transshipment company's equal protection, due process, and takings claims against the state of Connecticut, the Connecticut environmental agency, and the individual agency head for denial of...

WMX Techs., Inc. v. Miller

The court affirms the dismissal of a company's claim that the contents of a report prepared in connection with the company's permit application to develop a landfill site deprived it of its constitutionally protected rights. In order to...

Foss v. National Marine Fisheries Serv.

The court holds that an individual who applied for an individual fishing quota (IFQ) permit for halibut and sablefish 45 days after the application deadline was not denied due process when his application was rejected. The individual...

Bituminous Materials, Inc. v. Rice County

The court holds that restrictions on a road paving contractor's land use permit for locating a temporary asphalt plant at a gravel pit do not violate the contractor's substantive due process and equal protection rights, or unduly...

Hinesburg Sand & Gravel Co. v. Chittenden Solid Waste Dist.

The court holds that a municipal solid waste district that condemned a landowner's property for use as a landfill did not violate the landowner's right to due process or "take" money the landowner spent fighting the condemnation, but...

DeBlasio v. Zoning Bd. of Adjustment

The court holds that a New Jersey landowner adequately stated a substantive due process claim under the Fourteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution when he alleged that a local zoning board arbitrarily or irrationally decided that the...

Mannington Mills, Inc. v. Shinn

The court holds that a state environmental department did not violate the Equal Protection Clause of the U.S. Constitution by considering a vinyl flooring manufacturer's ability to pay for cleaning up environmental contamination at its...