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Common Law Taxpayer Standing Might Be an Easier Avenue for Judicial Review

November 1, 2018

Timothy Dugan was published in the 2018 November/December issue of the Maryland State Bar Journal, a publication of the Maryland State Bar Association. In his article, “A Possible Avenue to Reach Judicial Review of a Garden Variety Administrative Decision Through Alleging Common Law Taxpayer Standing,” he explains how recent Maryland Court of Appeals decisions suggest that a person may achieve judicial review from an adverse “garden variety” administrative proceeding by properly alleging “common law taxpayer standing” instead of “property owner standing,” also referred to as “proximity standing.”

Read the full article here.