Tag Archives: Valuation

Court Holds Agency Appraiser Not Required to Identify Specific Damages When Outweighed by Project Benefits

In an eminent domain proceeding, the property owner and the condemning agency each typically introduce evidence of just compensation through valuation experts. The jury is then required to render a verdict in between the owner’s (high) valuation and the agency’s (low) valuation. Usually the biggest delta between the sides involves severance damages — or damages … Continue Reading

Nossaman is Taking Eminent Domain On the Road!

We welcome you to join our Partners at several upcoming presentations on eminent domain topics taking place near and far. First, Nossaman’s Eminent Domain & Valuation Practice Group Chair Brad Kuhn will be presenting during Nossaman’s 2019 Land Use Seminar on May 21st, in Costa Mesa, CA.  Brad will be part of a discussion concerning the very … 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

Join Nossaman at the Southern California Appraisal Institute’s Annual Litigation Seminar

On November 1, Nossaman Eminent Domain Partner Bernadette Duran-Brown will be Co-Chairing the Southern California Appraisal Institute’s 51st Annual Litigation Seminar.  Additionally, Ms. Duran-Brown will be joined by Brad Kuhn, Chair of Nossaman’s Eminent Domain & Valuation Practice Group, who will be participating in a panel discussion concerning Easement Valuation. The seminar will be held … Continue Reading

Join Nossaman at the Appraisal Institute’s 50th Annual Litigation Seminar

This week, Nossaman Eminent Domain Partner Bernadette Duran-Brown will be speaking at the Southern California Appraisal Institute’s 50th Annual Litigation Seminar. Ms. Duran-Brown will be providing a Summary of Recent Eminent Domain and Valuation-Related Cases. Her presentation will cover the most recent and upcoming legal developments and is essential for anyone involved with public projects … Continue Reading

Transmission Line Proximity Damages — Real or Just Perceived?

Having recently worked on a number of pipeline and transmission line projects, I find the issue of proximity damages to be fascinating.  Does being adjacent to gas pipelines or electrical transmission lines diminish the value of an owner’s remaining property?  I have seen studies suggesting nearly every possible conclusion.  If you’re interested in this subject, … Continue Reading

Appraisal Institute’s Valuation Magazine – The Art of Easements

Acquiring a fee interest in property seems to be so out-of-style.  Nearly every linear infrastructure project I work on now involves the acquisition of various types of easements, whether its a typical temporary construction easement, access easement, street/highway easement, or transmission line easement, or a more complicated aerial easement, parking structure easement, or floating easement.  The scope and terms … Continue Reading
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