Disputing Eminent Domain and Condemnation Claims for Real Estate Owners and Developers
Takings, Public Use, Just Compensation, Inverse Condemnation
Recording of a 90-minute premium CLE video webinar with Q&A
This CLE course will provide real estate counsel with advice on property owners' rights in eminent domain and condemnation claims filed by the government. The panelist will address what is considered fair market value in a takings claim and how to dispute claims of public use. The panelist will also advise on situations when a claim for inverse condemnation may be invoked.
- Eminent domain and condemnation actions
- Initiating claims
- Unjust compensation
- Lack of public purpose
- Inverse condemnation
The panelist will review these and other important topics:
- When and how can the government initiate an eminent domain/condemnation action?
- How is "just" compensation determined?
- What constitutes a public purpose? When can the government surrender condemned property to private developers?
- What justifies a claim for inverse compensation and how is compensation determined?
B. Joan Davis
Howard Stallings From Atkins Angell & Davis
Ms. Davis has over 30 years of experience in eminent domain and condemnation law and has taught seminars to other... | Read More
Ms. Davis has over 30 years of experience in eminent domain and condemnation law and has taught seminars to other lawyers on how to handle condemnation cases involving commercial property. She has a wide range of experience in federal district court, federal bankruptcy court, and many state court systems. Ms. Davis represents Fortune 100 and Fortune 500 clients, as well as real estate developers, shopping centers, and retailers and lenders. For example, she is regional condemnation counsel for McDonald’s Corporation, Walgreens Co. and Harris Teeter, just to name a few. She also represents lenders and landowners in complicated real estate matters and land condemnation cases.Close