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ANNUAL ADVANCED COURSE

and LIVE VIDEO WEBCAST

Eminent Domain
and Land Valuation
Litigation

THURSDAY - SATURDAY
JANUARY 25 - 27, 2018
CHARLESTON, SC

Generously sponsored by:
PLANNING CHAIRS (also on faculty)
Robert H. Thomas Joseph T. Waldo
Damon Key Leong Kupchak Hastert, L.C. Waldo & Lyle, P.C.

CONDEMNATION 101 TRACK PLANNING CHAIRS (also on faculty)
Andrew Prince Brigham Jack R. Sperber
Brigham Property Rights Law Firm PLLC Faegre Baker Daniels LLP

FACULTY
Keith M. Babcock Bernadette M. Duran-Brown Christopher W. Kramer
Lewis Babcock L.L.P. Nossaman LLP Jennings, Strouss & Salmon, PLC
Michael M. Berger L. Steven Emmert Brian G. Kunze
Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP Sykes, Bourdon, Ahern & Levy, P.C. Waldo & Lyle, P.C.
Dana Berliner Jill S. Gelineau Susan Macpherson
Senior Vice President and Litigation Director, Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt, P.C. Senior Litigation Consultant and
Institute for Justice Vice President, National Jury
W. Andrew Gowder, Jr. Project Litigation Consulting
William G. Blake Austen & Gowder, LLC
Blake Austin Law Firm James D. Masterman
John M. Groen Greenberg Traurig, LLP
Amy Brigham Boulris Executive Vice President and General
Gunster, Yoakley & Stewart, P.A. Counsel, Pacific Legal Foundation Dwight H. Merriam
Robinson & Cole LLP
Maureen E. Brady Stephen D. Gurr
Associate Professor of Law, Bryan Cave LLP Anthony H. Misseldine
University of Virginia School of Law JacksonWhite PC
Janet Bush Handy
Jay Bressler Special Assistant Attorney Genereal Kevin O’Keefe
Assistant General Counsel, to the Territory of Guam CEO, LexBlog, Inc.
SCANA Corporation
Deborah B. Haskell Michael Rikon
Peter A. Buchsbaum Winthrop Real Estate Advisors Goldstein Rikon Rikon & Houghton P.C.
Lanza & Lanza LLP; former Judge,
New Jersey Superior Court Mark F. (Thor) Hearne, II J. Clint Schumacher
Arent Fox LLP Locke Lord LLP
James S. Burling
Vice President for Litigation, Warren C. Herlong, Jr. Steven M. Silva
Pacific Legal Foundation Helmsing, Leach, Herlong, Fennemore Craig, P.C.
Newman & Rouse, P.C.
Lynda L. Butler Randall A. Smith
Chancellor Professor of Law and Director, Matthew Holt Smith & Fawer, L.L.C.
William and Mary Property Rights Project Assistant Professor, Department of
Finance, New Mexico State University Joseph P. Suntum
and Co-Chair, President's Committee on Miller, Miller & Canby, Chartered
Sustainability, William & Mary Law School Jeremy P. Hopkins
Cranfill Sumner & Hartzog LLP Christian F. Torgrimson
Brandee L. Caswell Pursley Friese Torgrimson
Faegre Baker Daniels LLP Jonathan M. Houghton
Goldstein Rikon Rikon & Houghton P.C. Charles S. Webb III
Stephen J. Clarke Berger & Webb, LLP
Waldo & Lyle, P.C. Kandice Kerwin Hull
McNees Wallace & Nurick LLC Kinnon W. Williams
Christopher M. Clough Inslee, Best, Doezie & Ryder, PS
Barron, Adler, Clough & Oddo, LLP Chris Johns
Johns Marrs Ellis & Hodge LLP Jonathan Wood
Regina Danner Pacific Legal Foundation
Richards, Watson & Gershon Judith Katz
Berger & Webb, LLP Cortney Young
Anthony F. DellaPelle Fennemore Craig, P.C.
McKirdy, Riskin, Olson & DellaPelle, P.C. Sarah Kellner
Faegre Baker Daniels LLP ALI CLE Senior Program Attorney
Amy S. Weinberg (aweinberg@ali-cle.org)
Eminent Domain and Land Valuation Litigation

PROGRAM Join us in historic Charleston to examine the
latest issues, engage in healthy debate, and
OVERVIEW get the information you need to stay current
in your practice!

Exploring a full range of cutting-edge issues and drawing professionals from across the
country, this annual conference is “the place to be” for all eminent domain and land use
practitioners. Customize the unique curriculum to work for you!

Experienced practitioner? Choose from dual afternoon tracks addressing key issues in substantive
takings law, or choose from an array of sessions chock full of practice pointers. New to the
practice or need a refresher? Attend the Condemnation 101 “bootcamp” sessions on Thursday,
then join the other attendees for the rest of the conference’s more advanced sessions.

Either way, you’ll learn from recognized and experienced professionals representing the diverse
stakeholders in these cases. Just some of the all new topics in 2018 include:

• Takings and damaging by flood
• Blocking defenses, controlling the witnesses, and converting for verdicts
• Utility crossing disputes
• Protecting your record and anticipating appeals
• Property rights in the age of global warming
• Building and growing your eminent domain practice with social media (and the ethical
issues that social media raises)
• Alternative dispute resolution in condemnation
• Project influence – how to educate the bench
• Valuation issues in transportation corridor construction

Networking, networking, networking! Meet like-minded practitioners from across the
country at breakfasts, breaks, a reception on Thursday afternoon, a luncheon on Friday, and
social activities in the evenings arranged by a special hospitality committee.

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The content of the course continues to be great,
especially updates on emerging issues.

15.25 CLE CREDIT HOURS,
INCLUDING Go to www.ali-cle.org/CZ 005
to register online or for more

1.00
information about the program, hotel
HOUR OF ETHICS accommodations, study materials, and
CLE/CPE credit.

18.00 CPE CREDIT HOURS IN
BUSINESS LAW
Eminent Domain and Land Valuation Litigation

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CONCU R R ENT S ES S I ON S (Registrants may shuttle between meeting rooms.)
stakeholders in these cases. Just some of the all new topics in 2018 include:

• Takings and damaging by flood
CONDEMNATION 101* GENERAL SESSION
• Blocking defenses, controlling the witnesses, and converting for verdicts
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crossing Anyone Want to Do This Overlap of Condemnation and Regulatory
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• Project influence – how to educate the bench Assessing the Impact of the Taking?
• Valuation issues in transportation corridor construction

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country at breakfasts, breaks, a reception on Thursday afternoon, a luncheon on Friday, and
WEBCAST
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CONDEMNATION 101* PRACTICE* SUBSTANTIVE

1:30 PM
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and Enforcement Right to a Fee
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Constitution

15.25
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6:00 PM Hospitality and Networking Events – Join colleagues, faculty, and the Hospitality
then join the Committee
other attendees for the(not
for dinner restincluded
of the conference’s
in tuition) more advanced sessions.
Hospitality Committee Chairs: Donna Elliott, Andrew Gowder, and Joseph Sherman
Either way, you’ll learn from recognized and experienced professionals representing the diverse
stakeholders in these cases. Just some of the all new topics in 2018 include:

• Takings and damaging by flood
FRIDAY, JANUARY
• Blocking defenses,26
10:00 AM Lucas 25 Years Later: Property
controlling the witnesses, and converting for verdicts
Rights in the Age of Global
7:30 AM
• Utility Networking and
crossing disputes Warming
Continental Breakfast
• Protecting your record and anticipating appeals
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• Property C in the age of global warming Effective: Advice from a Jury
• Building and growing your eminent domain practice Consultant
with social media (and the ethical
8:00 AM Ethics and Social Media for
issues Takings
that social media
Attorneys raises) 12:00 PM Lunch (generously sponsored by
• Alternative dispute resolution in condemnation Cushman & Wakefield; Goldstein,
9:00 AM Protecting the Record and Rikon, Rikon & Houghton; and
• ProjectAnticipating
influence – how to educate the bench
Appeals McFarland PLLC)
• Valuation
9:45 AM issues in and
Networking transportation corridor construction
Refreshment Break WEBCAST SEGMENT D
Networking, networking, networking! Meet like-minded practitioners from across the
country at breakfasts, breaks, a reception on Thursday afternoon, a luncheon on Friday, and
PRACTICE* SUBSTANTIVE
social activities in the evenings arranged by a special hospitality committee.

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1:15 PM Building and Growing Your Eminent Orange Barrel Litigation: Temporary
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in on emerging
Projectissues.
Influence: How to Educate the
Condemnation: An Eminently Agreeable Bench
Solution

15.25
2:45 PM CLE CREDIT
Networking
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HOURS, Break
and Refreshment

PRACTICE*
Go to www.ali-cle.org/CZ 005
to register online or for more
SUBSTANTIVE

1.00
information about the program, hotel
3:00 PM HOUR OF ETHICS
Cross-Examination of Experts: accommodations,
Attorney’s study
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Preparation, Mistakes, and Getting It CLE/CPE credit.
Contingent Fees in Lodestar Settings
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18.00
3:45 PM
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Eminent Domain and Land Valuation Litigation

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get the information you need to stay current
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stakeholders in these cases. Just some of the all new topics in 2018 include:

• Takings and damaging by flood * Not webcast or recorded
• Blocking defenses, controlling the witnesses, and converting for verdicts
• Utility crossing disputes
• Protecting your record and anticipating appeals
HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS MANDATORY CLE CREDIT
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with disabilities/scholarships. Customer Service at (800) CLE-NEWS. CPE credit hours for
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15.25
as a practitioner; provision of information on recent legal
CLE CREDIT HOURS,
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developments. Prerequisite: Experience005
www.ali-cle.org/CZ in practice
INCLUDING in subject matter. Level of Instruction: Advanced
to register online or for more

1.00
information about the program, hotel
HOUR OF ETHICS accommodations, study materials, and
CLE/CPE credit.
CPE CREDITPRICING DETAILS
18.00 STANDARD HOURS IN
BUSINESS LAW
RATE $1,799 | WEBCAST RATE $1,399
EMINENT DOMAIN GOES
TO THE MOVIES
If you joined us in Austin in 2016,
you’ll remember Robert Thomas’
interview with Ted Balaker,
producer of the recently debuted
film, Little Pink House. This year,
attendees can enjoy an exclusive

INTERESTED
screening of this movie, an
important look at the story behind
Kelo v. City of New London, at the

IN FREE CLE? end of Friday’s sessions.

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