Both Chapters 57 and 67 of the IRWA have June meetings upcoming (their last meetings before the summer hiatus). Details are:
- June 2, 2010: Chapter 57 is meeting at the Riverside Convention Center, located at 3443 Orange Street, Riverside. The speaker will be Ken MacVey, an eminent domain attorney with Best, Best & Krieger in Riverside. Contact Communications Chair Jan Spindler for more information.
- June 8, 2010: Chapter 67 is meeting at the Holiday Inn, Orange County Airport, located at 2726 South Grand Avenue, Santa Ana. We will have two speakers, Ricky Rodriguez from Caltrans and Tom Bogard from OCTA. In addition, Chapter 67 will be swearing in its new Executive Board, including Michele Folk from OPC as incoming President and a truly brilliant eminent domain attorney, Rick Rayl (wait, that's me), as incoming President-Elect. Contact Hospitality Chair Joe Munsey for more information.
In addition to those regular meetings, Chapter 1 (Los Angeles) is holding a full day, "Right of Way and the Law Seminar," on June 22, at the Quiet Cannon, located at 901 North Via San Clemente, Montebello. The entire panel looks great, but I want to highlight the 2:30 presentation being given by one of my partners, David Graeler, along with Joe Avila of Avila & Putnam, both very good eminent domain attorneys.
David and Joe are offering a presentation entitled How the Push Toward Renewable Energy Sources Will Impact Eminent Domain, a topic not dissimilar from the topic I spoke on earlier this month at Chapter 67's Renewable Energy Seminar. The event should be a good one, as Chapter 1 always puts a lot of work into its programs.
Rick Rayl is an experienced litigator on a broad range of complex civil litigation issues. His practice is concentrated primarily on eminent domain, inverse condemnation, and other real-estate-valuation disputes. His public ...
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