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Chris Kramer practices in the areas of eminent domain, condemnation and inverse condemnation litigation, real property and right of way acquisition and management. He works with his public agency clients to ensure that the ...
We are excited to partner with Gallagher & Kennedy once again to host Condemnation Summit XXX on October 27, 2023 in Phoenix, AZ! We have developed another outstanding agenda filled with educational and interactive presentations and plenty of time for networking. Join us to hear from subject matter experts as they discuss timely information on industry topics, including:
- Unusual and forgotten condemnation statutes;
- Condominium terminations;
- Technology in the law;
- Eminent domain jury verdicts; and
- Powerline avian protection.
Arizona Supreme Court Justice William Montgomery ...
We are excited to cohost Condemnation Summit XXIX with Gallagher & Kennedy on May 12, 2023 in Phoenix, AZ! Gallagher & Kennedy’s Jennifer Cranston and I have developed an outstanding agenda filled with educational and interactive presentations and plenty of networking. Subject matter experts will discuss a variety of topics, including:
- Arbitration for Condemnation Practitioners
- Temporary Construction Easements
- Access Issues
- Ethics for Real Estate Professionals and Attorneys
- Public Use Determinations
This all-day program encourages deeper conversations and social ...
California Eminent Domain Report is a one-stop resource for everything new and noteworthy in eminent domain. We cover all aspects of eminent domain, including condemnation, inverse condemnation and regulatory takings. We also keep track of current cases, project announcements, budget issues, legislative reform efforts and report on all major eminent domain conferences and seminars in the Western United States.
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