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Knick v. Twp. of Scott, Pennsylvania (2019): SCOTUS Reverses Course on Williamson, Ending the “San Remo Preclusion Trap” for State Court Takings Cases

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Knick v. Township of Scott, Pennsylvania resolves a vein of takings jurisprudence that first required a property owner to adjudicate just compensation for a takings claim under the federal Constitution in state law court, but then denied any federal relief to the unsuccessful state court litigant.
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