Jackson Walker partners Bill Dahlstrom and Robert Neblett spoke at the CLE International’s 13th Annual SuperConference on Eminent Domain on March 3-4, 2014, in Austin, Texas.
Mr. Dahlstrom delivered a presentation titled “Exactions: Issues for Your Practice,” and Mr. Neblett delivered a presentation titled “Procedural and Evidentiary Issues in a Condemnation Case: What Gets Into Evidence and What Doesn’t.”
Mr. Dahlstrom focuses his practice on all areas of land use. He incorporates a planning problem solving process in land use and land development issues, including zoning, subdivision, annexation, economic development, development agreements, signage, ordinance drafting, transportation, comprehensive planning, utilities, special districts, development fees, conservation, master planned developments, and aesthetics. Mr. Dahlstrom received his Bachelors in Urban Planning and Design, cum laude, from the University of Cincinnati College of Design Architecture and Art and his J.D. from the University of Texas School of Law.
Mr. Neblett heads Jackson Walker’s Eminent Domain section firmwide. He has more than 30 years’ experience in litigation and appellate matters, and has developed an emphasis on condemnation. Mr. Neblett’s condemnation experience includes representing condemnors, including public and private utilities, pipeline companies, and others in many Texas counties. He also has extensive commercial litigation experience and has tried cases all across the state of Texas. His primary areas of interest include general business litigation, condemnation, and construction litigation. Mr. Neblett received his B.A. from Tulane University and his J.D. from the Tulane University School of Law.