Supreme Court Makes It Clear that Petitioners Must Exhaust Their Administrative Remedies Before They Can Sue under CEQA, Even When the Agency Relies on a CEQA Exemption
|Brownstein Client Alert, June 18, 2012|
|The Supreme Court issued an important California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) ruling in Tomlinson v. County of Alameda (June 14, 2012), restoring the longstanding requirement that CEQA petitioners exhaust administrative remedies before they challenge a development project or agency action in the courts. To learn more, please click above.|
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