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In Episode 18 of the Eminent Domain Podcast, we are excited to be back after a brief hiatus, a change in law firms, and a rebuild of our website infrastructure.
As we return, we have a great episode for you that we are calling “Williamson County – Revisited or Six Degrees of Robert Thomas ” as our guest today is Robert Thomas. Robert is our first 2nd time guest. Robert is the editor, curator, and author of the very popular blog, www.inversecondemnation.com. Robert joined us from Williamsburg, Virginia where he is spending a semester teaching Eminent Domain law at the William & Mary law school.
In our opening statement, I discuss the 1985 U.S. Supreme Court case of Williamson County Regional Planning Commission v. Hamilton Bank of Johnson City. https://supreme.justia.com/cases/federal/us/473/172/
This case is back in the news as one of its principal holdings is about to revisited by the U.S. Supreme Court court in the case of Knick v. Township of Scott. Robert Thomas and I discuss, among other things, the Knick case. In the interview, we also work in some Kevin Bacon and Blue Hawaii discussion.
During the show, we reference two conferences:
The 15th Annual Brigham-Kanner Property Rights Conference. More information can be referenced here: https://law.wm.edu/academics/intellectuallife/conferencesandlectures/propertyrights/about/index.php
The 2019 ALI-CLE Eminent Domain and Land Valuation Litigation Conference. More information can be referenced here:
Also, please share your thoughts on the show or this episode with me. I’m on Twitter @J_Clint.
My webpage bio is here: http://www.dawsonsodd.com/attorneys/clint-schumacher/
CLINT SCHUMACHER, PODCAST HOST
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. LEARN MORE >>>
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