Podcast Episode 115: Mike Schopmeyer and Michael DiRienzo’s Post-Kelo Victory in Indiana
Mike Schopmeyer and Michael DiRienzo of Kahn, Dees, Donovan & Kahn, LLP in Evansville, Indiana join the show to talk about a case that they ...LISTEN TO PODCAST →
Podcast Episode 114: Jon Houghton and his Penn Central Quest
In this episode, Jon Houghton with Pacific Legal Foundation joins to discuss the Penn Central test, why he wants to change it, and what he ...LISTEN TO PODCAST →
Podcast Episode 113: Friction in the Negotiation Process
This episode is the audio from a presentation given to the local International Right of Way Association on the topic of obstacles that arise in ...LISTEN TO PODCAST →
Podcast Episode 112: Kady Valois on the Importance of Easement Language
Kady Valois of Pacific Legal Foundation joins to discuss the recent case of Behrens v. United States from the Federal Circuit. This is a rails-to-trails ...LISTEN TO PODCAST →
Podcast Episode 111: Authenticity as an Eminent Domain Trial Lawyer
The person who is unafraid to show their authentic self is a powerful advocate. Authenticity gives us greater empathy for our clients, for the jury, ...LISTEN TO PODCAST →
Podcast Episode 110: Chris Clough on a Taking at the Austin Airport
Chris Clough, Managing Partner for Barron, Adler, Clough and Oddo, PLLC in Austin, Texas joins us to talk about an eminent domain case involving the ...LISTEN TO PODCAST →
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ABOUT THE HOST
Clint Schumacher is the host of The Eminent Domain Podcast which can be found on iTunes and Stitcher. Additionally, Clint is a popular speaker on the topic of eminent domain. He is often called upon to speak on the subject to industry professionals, other lawyers and law students around the country.
Clint has represented property owners of all sizes that are being impacted by public projects. Over the last twenty years, Clint has developed a particular expertise in condemnation for highway projects.
He is able both to work with condemning authority to try to minimize impacts and, when that fails, seek full compensation for the owner.