Jillian Friess Leivas

Nossaman LLP

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An inverse condemnation claim arising from a public project’s general construction activities requires a unique, peculiar, and substantial impact to property

USA - October 13 2022 When public projects are being constructed, surrounding property owners typically experience construction impacts, such as noise, dust, fumes…

Water Utility Avoids Inverse Condemnation Liability

USA - December 7 2021 Generally, if utilities with the right of eminent domain cause damage to private property during the operation of their facilities, they may face…

Willis Hon

Eminent Domain Helps Satisfy Conditions of Approval

USA - November 3 2021 Developers often have to satisfy various conditions of approval in order to achieve the necessary approvals to move forward with a project. Sometimes…

Recovery of Attorneys’ Fees Not Permissible for Lawyer/Spouse Plaintiffs Under Uniform Relocation Act

USA - June 24 2022 A recent Federal Circuit case, Haggart v. United States, No. 21-1660 (June 22, 2022) determined that under the Uniform Relocation Act, like other…

Bradford B. Kuhn

Eminent Domain Helps Satisfy Conditions of Approval

USA - November 3 2021 Developers often have to satisfy various conditions of approval in order to achieve the necessary approvals to move forward with a project. Sometimes…