Critics of plans for the Nets' Brooklyn arena have appealed a lower court ruling upholding the state's right to condemn land for the arena. New York Law Journal called the appeal the critics' "last, best chance". The Court of Appeals doesn't have to take the case. If it does, oral arguments wouldn't take place for months, perhaps beyond a Dec. 31 deadline for ground breaking, threatening the project.
- Eminent domain ruling on Nets' Brooklyn site appealed - John Brennan - The Record
- Coalition Tries for Last Time To Halt Atlantic Yards Project - Mark Fass - New York Law Journal
- Plaintiffs in eminent domain case file Notice of Appeal; the Court of Appeals is not required to accept it - Norman Oder - Atlantic Yards Report
- Yards foes ‘suit’ up for another appeal - Mike McLaughlin - Brooklyn Paper