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2017
Eminent Domain
Current Issues & Practical Guidance for Condemnors & Condemnees
May 18 - 19, 2017  •  Crowne Plaza  •  Little Rock

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Earn Up to 12 Hours MCLE Credit
Earn Up to 12 Hours Appraiser Credit
Earn Up to 12 Hours IRWA Credit Credit
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Dear Colleague,

Please join us in Little Rock on May 18-19 for our 2nd Annual Eminent Domain Conference.  This two-day event features condensed briefings on the key issues in Arkansas eminent domain and condemnation proceedings today, including presentations on:

·         Recent Developments in Arkansas Eminent Domain Law and Regulation

·         Pleading and Proving Complex Claims in Arkansas

·         New Developments in State Highway Projects

·         Municipal Use of Eminent Domain for Redevelopment and Public Utilities

·         Key Considerations in Negotiating the Right-of-Way Easement

·         Eminent Domain Issues in Electric Transmission Line Projects

·         Proving Special and Unusual Damages in Eminent Domain Cases

·         Pipeline Projects and Lessons Learned from the Diamond and Dakota Pipelines

·         Valuation of Leases and Other Intangible Property

To address these topics, we`ve assembled an all-star faculty of seasoned attorneys, government officials, and appraisal experts, including:

  • City Attorneys from Benton, Bryant and Little Rock
  • Legal Staffers from the Arkansas Highway and Transportation Department
  • The Saline County Attorney
  • The Chairman of the Arkansas Public Service Commission
  • Leading eminent domain litigators from seven law firms

Property valuation is a key issue in all Eminent Domain cases, and we address this issue with a panel presentation featuring two experienced appraisers who apply different methodologies to evaluate different properties. 

With a full 12 hours of instruction, including one hour of ethics, the program will also satisfy your CLE requirement.

Please join us in Little Rock for two days of stimulating presentations and networking opportunities. 

 

Michael B. Phillips, Esq.
Moffitt and Phillips, Little Rock
    
Joseph W. Price, II, Esq.
Quattlebaum, Grooms & Tull, Little Rock