Dan McCarthy was recently admitted to practice in the United States Supreme Court. An attorney must be admitted to the Court in order to participate in any cases before the Court. McCarthy Law Office was retained by the Fraternity Forward Coalition and the Fraternity Housing Association to file an amici curiae brief in a case arising out of the Indiana Supreme Court. The case, UJ-Eighty Corporation v. City of Bloomington Board of Zoning Appeals, Case Number 21-113, involves whether a municipality can delegate zoning authority to a third-party (Indiana University in this case). The case has wide-ranging implications for fraternity and sorority chapters across the country. Our clients urged the Court to accept the case due to national significance of the issues presented. The Court is currently considering whether to accept the case for its next docket. More information to follow.
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