Regents Can't Dodge Suit Over UCLA's $162M Hotel Plan

Law360, Los Angeles (October 1, 2013, 9:46 PM EDT) -- A California judge on Tuesday refused to throw out a nonprofit's challenge to a proposed $162 million hotel and conference center on UCLA's campus, saying the Regents of the University of California could be forced to revise their assessment of the project's economic viability.

Save Westwood Village contends the Regents' approval of the project was flawed because it did not recognize that the Meyer and Renee Luskin Conference and Guest Center is a “commercial operation” that would be subject to local transient occupancy and other taxes....
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