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RLUIPA case settlement allows Minnesota church to operate tiny house as part of homeless ministry

A Minnesota church has favorably settled its RLUIPA lawsuit against […]

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Dan Dalton quoted in Washington Post on interplay between RLUIPA and eminent domain

Dalton & Tomich PLC founding attorney Dan Dalton was recently […]

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Dalton & Tomich Achieves RLUIPA Settlement for New Jersey Church

Last week, Dalton & Tomich attorneys secured a legal settlement […]

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Kate Brink and Larry Opalewski Participate in Federal RLUIPA Roundtable

Yesterday, attorneys Kate Brink and Larry Opalewski were invited to […]

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Does RLUIPA Protect Churches Against Eminent Domain Proceedings?

In recent years, several states have announced plans to begin […]

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Our New RLUIPA Website is Live!

  As we begin the New Year, all of us […]

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Hope Rising Church Likely to Succeed on RLUIPA Equal Terms Claim

On October 28, Magistrate Judge Robert C. Mitchell from the […]

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Hope Rising Church succeeds on its Equal Terms claim under RLUIPA

On October 28, Magistrate Judge Robert C. Mitchell from the […]

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Court Allows Pennsylvania Mosque RLUIPA Suit to Move Forward

Last week, the Eastern District of Pennsylvania largely ruled in […]

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Court Allows Pennsylvania Mosque RLUIPA Suit to Move Forward

Last week, the Eastern District of Pennsylvania largely ruled in […]

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Calif. Church Continues Its Fight to Operate Homeless Ministry Program

Earlier this week, a California church that operates a homeless […]

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