7th Circ. Questions Standing In Chicago Home-Share Reg Suit

Law360 (January 14, 2019, 10:07 PM EST) -- Too much "meaningful" time has passed since an advocacy group and several individuals launched their challenge to Chicago's short-term rental regulations for the plaintiffs to clearly prove they still have standing to pursue their case, the Seventh Circuit held Monday.

The unanimous, three-judge panel said Keep Chicago Livable LLC and each individual challenging Chicago's home-sharing regulations have experienced too many significant changes in fact and circumstance, from relocating to changing jobs, to establish that they have the same standing to sue as they did when launching their suits in 2016.

"We emphasize that our inquiry focuses on the here and now,"...

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Appellate - 7th Circuit

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3950 Constitutionality of State Statutes

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March 29, 2017


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Appellate - 7th Circuit

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3950 Constitutionality of State Statutes

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September 7, 2017

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