Tag Archives: Eminent Domain

Eminent Domain From Start to Finish: Streamlining the Basics & Navigating the Complexities from Precondemnation to Litigation

Nossaman LLP invites you to join us for our 2019 seminar “Eminent Domain From Start to Finish:  Streamlining the Basics & Navigating the Complexities from Precondemnation to Litigation.”  Whether you are new to the Eminent Domain arena or a seasoned pro, this complimentary afternoon seminar with panels of Nossaman attorneys and leading industry professionals will … Continue Reading

IRWA Chapter One 27th Annual Valuation Seminar

Join Brad Kuhn, Chair of Nossaman’s Eminent Domain & Valuation Practice Group, at the International Right of Way Association’s Chapter One Annual Valuation Seminar.  The event will be held on Tuesday, February 12, 2019, at the Quiet Cannon Conference Center in Monterey Park, CA.  Brad will be addressing “What To Do When the Cookie Isn’t From A Cutter:  … Continue Reading

Resolve to Learn More About Eminent Domain in 2019!

Please join Nossaman Eminent Domain & Valuation Partner Rick Rayl at CLE International’s 21st Anniversary Southern California Eminent Domain Conference.  The event will be held from Thursday, January 31st through Friday, February 1st at the DoubleTree Downtown in Los Angeles.  Rick will participate in the presentation, “Case Law Update:  The Latest Developments,” on January 31st … Continue Reading

Court of Appeal Provides Timely Reminder Regarding a Contractor’s Use of Property for Staging and Proper Calculation of Damages for Demise of Redwood Tree

In a recent unpublished Court of Appeal decision, Downs v. City of Redding (October 30, 2018), the Court took up two distinct issues: (a) whether a contractor’s use of property for construction staging constitutes a taking when such use is not authorized by the agency, and (b) whether “just compensation” requires payment of damages for the taking of a … Continue Reading

FERC to Consider Adjustments to Use of Eminent Domain for Gas Pipelines

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) recently issued a Notice of Inquiry seeking input on whether to adjust its policies and procedures for reviewing and issuing authorizations for natural gas transportation facilities.  FERC is specifically considering whether it should modify (i) its methodology for determining whether there is a need for a proposed project, (ii) its consideration … Continue Reading

Important New Decision Impacting Legal Issues Motions in California Inverse Condemnation Cases

As any experienced California eminent domain lawyer knows, there is a unique statutory mechanism that allows parties to bring a legal issues motion to secure a court’s ruling on a litany of issues that impact compensation. This statutory right is set forth in Code of Civil Procedure section 1260.040 and reads as follows: “(a)          If there … Continue Reading
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