Gunster shareholder John Little will moderate a private property rights luncheon on Tuesday, May 21. It will be held at the Marriott Palm Beach Gardens and is presented by the PGA Corridor Association.
Jim Burling, director of litigation at the Pacific Legal Foundation and Richard Grosso, professor at Nova Southeastern University’s School of Law, will debate the effect Koontz vs. St. John’s Water Management District will have on developers, environmental regulators, and city and county governments throughout Florida. The Florida case currently being heard by the U.S. Supreme Court involves the issue of regulators seeking land or money in exchange for permits.
The debate will also include a discussion about whether the Supreme Court’s decision will be good for the environment or landowners, or both.
Fees for the event range from $25 – $45. A plated lunch is included. RSVP by May 16.