Constitutional Implications of COVID-19 and Its Impact Upon Property Rights and Individual Liberties

by: Anthony F. Della Pelle
31 Aug 2020

“Our battle with the pandemic is fluid, presenting issues that evolve and change with each day that passes.”

MROD’s Anthony F. DellaPelle authored a recent article for the American Bar Association’s Section of Litigation concerning the constitutional implications of the restrictions that have been imposed by various government officials and agencies upon individuals and businesses around the United States during the COVID-19 pandemic.  This article, “Constitutional Implications of COVID-19 and Its Impact Upon Property Rights and Individual Liberties”, focuses upon the sources of government power, the permissible scope and breadth of executive orders and legislative actions that impair or impact constitutional rights, and suggestions about when government limitations may be going too far.

The article will also be at the forefront of an American Bar Association webinar next week, “Governmental Emergency Powers and The Constitutional Implications Arising From Pandemic Orders”, which is free to ABA members.  More information on the September 10 webinar is available here.

 

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