If you are into inverse condemnation in general and inverse condemnation as applied to airport operators in particular, we recommend a new article by Michael Berger who is the foremost inverse condemnation litigator, and who was heard from in every modern airport case heard by the California Supreme Court in recent decades, and in a half-dozen or so non-airport inverse taking cases considered on the merits by the US Supreme Court.
The article is semi-autobiographical, which gives Berger’s writing a nice personal touch — none of the usual opaque professorial babblings in this one. It’s both informative and entertaining. Go to http://openscholarship.wustl.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1969&context=law_journal_law_policy
If you are still using paper, it’s Michael M. Berger, The Joy of Takings, 53 Wash. U. Jour. of Law & Policy 89 (2017)