In its oft-cited opinion, the Supreme Court held that a state board’s grant of a waiver to a developer. Shielding
its development project from certain Coastal Area Facilities Review Act (CAFRA) rules. was improper because
board members were authorized to use their judgment in applying the law to cases. not to revise CAFRA.
Argued and briefed by Gordon N. Litwin on behalf of Respondents American Littoral Society, Inc., D.W.
Bennett and Richard Crema.
Read the opinion here.