Partners Sue Ayers and Brad Anderson hosted programs at CLE International’s 16th Annual Eminent Domain SuperConference in Austin on February 10, 2017. The conference brought together more than 100 eminent domain professionals, including government officials, attorneys, appraisers, mediators, and arbitrators.
Sue’s presentation covered ethical issues in eminent domain law, with a particular focus on conflicts of interest. Her experience is based on representing condemners in all aspects of land acquisition, from the negotiation of easements and crossing agreements to the purchase of property in fee simple, condemnation, and appeal.
Brad’s presentation, “Utilities, Inverse Condemnation, and More!” covered several points and counterpoints on key eminent domain issues. Brad has extensive experience representing both condemning authorities and landowners throughout the state of Texas.
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Jackson Walker’s Eminent Domain attorneys apply efficient strategies to help condemnors acquire the property interests they need. The group is led by Robert Neblett, who has decades of experience representing public entities, private utilities, pipeline companies, and railways in eminent domain issues across the state. Under his direction, the group has successfully managed some of the largest projects in Texas, including the construction of a 1,800-acre classification yard for a railroad company. Our combination of experience, technology and client service allows us to deliver favorable results to a wide range of clients.