Review current issues in land use mediation.
When property owners think of how their property may be used, they often consider it their unalienable right to use their property, seeDeclaration of Independence, and of the constitutional right that “No person shall be … deprived of property, without due process of law.” That same constitutional principle is often heard differently by local zoning authorities. Of course, zoning was not a recognized thing by our founders. This white paper discusses that while the Fifth Amendment must be taken as a whole, the rights of a property owner must ultimately be balanced by the limitations legitimately imposed by law.
Victor P. Filippini, Jr.
Filippini Law Firm
- Founding Partner of Filippini Law Firm after having served as Illinois local government/real estate practice group leader at a 1000+ attorney international law firm
- Practice emphasizes land use, development, and local government law and finance, having worked on hundreds of developments and achieving positive results, whether in the board room, in the court room, or at the negotiating table
- Frequently conducts seminars and writes articles on a variety of land use matters including annexation, zoning, constitutional land use issues, RLUIPA, subdivision, building, historic preservation, architectural review, public financing options for development, and zoning litigation, as well as various local governmental law topics
- Adjunct professor of law teaching land use, state and local government, and development law at Northwestern University’s Pritzker School of Law
- Co-author of Illinois Jurisprudence, Municipal Law, Annexations, Consolidations, and Transfer of Territory (1st Ed.)
- J.D. degree, cum laude, University of Michigan Law School; A.B. degree, magna cum laude, Harvard College; Northwestern University, School of Professional Studies, Mediation Certification
- Recognized by: The Best Lawyers in America; Best Law Firms in America; Super Lawyers; Leading Lawyers Network; Chambers USA; ALM’s Legal Leaders Top Rated Lawyer; recipient of Illinois Local Government Lawyers Association, 2016 Litigation Award
- Can be contacted at [email protected] or 312-300-6549
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