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Eminent Domain
Essential Skills & Critical Issues for Attorneys & Appraisers
February 23, 2017  •  Skirvin Hilton  •  Oklahoma City

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Earn Up to 8 Hours MCLE Credit Including 1 Hour of Ethics Credit
Earn Up to 7 Hours IRWA Credit Credit
Conference Highlights

Dear Colleague,

The practice of eminent domain in Oklahoma is changing rapidly, and attorneys and appraisers practicing in this field need to stay abreast of the changes to be successful.  Please join us in Oklahoma City on February 23, 2017 for a program that will brief you on the most important developments in eminent domain litigation in Oklahoma and help you hone the skills you need to practice in this area.  

To give you a solid foundation, the program kicks off with a presentation on recent legislation, regulations, and case law affecting eminent domain litigation.

Four other segments in the program will help you litigate the thorniest issues that are likely to arise in eminent domain cases: 

  • Preparing for and Starting Litigation
  • Exceptions and the Right To Take or Not To Take
  • Remedies for Condemnees
  • Evaluating and Proving Damages
  • Daubert Challenges to Valuation Testimony

To give you a broad perspective on eminent domain litigation in other jurisdictions, we`ve recruited Dan Biersdorf, a litigator with a national practice, to discuss National Trends in Eminent Domain Litigation.

To give you an update on two hot topics in eminent domain litigation in Oklahoma, we`ve recruited another prominent litigator, David M. Box, to discuss Unique Issues in Highway and Transmission Line Takings.

The program concludes with practical advice for addressing Ethical Issues in Condemnation Proceedings.

With a full six hours of instruction, including an hour on ethics, the program will satisfy your need to stay current with briefings on the most important eminent domain developments.

Please join us in Oklahoma City!

Trae Gray

Trae Gray, Esq., Co-Chair


Coal County, OK

Steve Gray

Stephen P. Gray, Esq., Co-Chair

Broken Arrow, OK