THE EMINENT
DOMAIN PODCAST

A podcast about eminent domain and condemnation law hosted by Clint Schumacher and Dawson & Sodd, LLP

Podcast Episode 104: Shane Rayman on Annapolis Group, Inc. v. Halifax Regional Municipality

Shane Rayman of Rayman Harris LLP in Toronto, Ontario joins the show to discuss a recent case out of the Supreme Court of Canada, Annapolis Group, Inc. v....
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Podcast Episode 103: Pike Off OTA Leaders Share Their Mission

Today, we are joined by the leaders of Pike Off OTA, a grass-roots organization formed initially to prevent the development of two proposed turnpikes, the East-West Corridor and...
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Podcast Episode 102: James Singer on Dr. H. Phillip Venable and “Reckoning in Creve Coeur”

James Singer, a labor and employment attorney at the law firm of Schuchat, Cook & Werner in St. Louis, Missouri and winner of the Owners' Counsel of America's...
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Podcast Episode 101: Sophia Holley on Right-to-Take Laws and Diversity in the Legal Profession

Sophia Holley, partner at KMK Law in Cincinnati, joins us today to talk about right-to-take laws in her home jurisdictions of Ohio and Kentucky.  She also discusses the...
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Podcast Episode 100: Robert Thomas on Eminent Domain, Law Practice, and Life

Joining us to celebrate 100 episodes of The Eminent Domain Podcast is long-time friend of the podcast Robert Thomas, Senior Attorney at Pacific Legal Foundation, Joseph T. Waldo...
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Podcast Episode 99: Jon Houghton on Regulatory Takings

Jon Houghton of Pacific Legal Foundation joins the podcast today to talk about regulatory takings.  This is a complex area of the law, but Jon is a true...
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Podcast Episode 5 – Shane Rayman Discusses Expropriation Law in Canada and Jeff Mead Discusses Municipal Tree Ordinances

Shane Rayman We go international in Episode 5 with Shane Rayman of Rayman Beitchman LLP in Toronto, Ontario....
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Locke Lord QuickStudy: Tree-Preservation Ordinances in Texas Municipalities May Constitute Regulatory Takings

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton issued an opinion on July 14, 2017 concluding that municipal tree-preservation ordinances in Texas may, in certain...
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Locke Lord QuickStudy: SCOTUS Establishes a New Three-Part Test To Determine the “Whole Parcel” in Regulatory Takings Cases

Property owners who allege a regulatory taking will now need to analyze their holdings against a new, fact-specific, three-factor standard announced by...
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Podcast Episode 3 – Murr v. Wisconsin and Emerging Issues in Eminent Domain Appraisals with Lance Coyle, MAI

Lance Coyle, MAI In Episode 3, Jeff Mead discusses the U.S. Supreme Court's recent decision in Murr v....
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Murr v. Wisconsin Ruling

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