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Eminent Domain | Is Evidence Admissible as to Post taking Construction Disruptions and Is It best To Schedule A Hearing Post Construction?

5/22/2019
When: Wednesday, May 22
12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Where: HCBA Offices
600 Nicollet Mall
#390
Minneapolis, Minnesota  55402
United States
Contact: Sarah Mayer
612-752-6600


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Eminent Domain  
Is Evidence Admissible as to Post taking Construction Disruptions and Is It best To Schedule A Hearing Post Construction?

At this session, the speakers will address two hot topics in eminent domain litigation. In partial taking cases, landowners often claim damages for construction related disruptions to their properties. In a recent case, the government took the position that evidence of these types of disruptions is not admissible because they occurred after the date of taking. Related to this issue, in another recent case, the condemnor took the position that the commissioners’ hearing date could not be delayed to the end of the construction in an effort to prevent the landowner from presenting evidence of these disruptions. The first issue is currently on appeal to the Court of Appeals and the second issue is a critical litigation strategy for condemnors and condemnees to consider.

1.0 Standard MBCLE credit applied for

SpeakersKirk Schnitker, Attorney and Principal Owner Schnitker Law Office, P.A.; and Jon Morphew, Attorney & Principle Owner, Morphew Law Office, PLLC.

Cost: Free for HCBA members / $40.00 for non-members

*Speakers and credits may be subject to change.
*Cancellations must be received 7 days prior to the event in order to be eligible for a refund. The cost of materials will be deducted from total amount of the refund. Those registering for an event fewer than 7 days prior to the event will be ineligible for a refund.