In Arkansas Game and Fish Commission the Court found that "government-induced flooding of limited duration may be compensable."
Legislation that would rework some of the procedures used by local governments to their redevelopment powers cleared a state senate committee.
A Georgia county appealed a jury verdict, alleging that the trial court erred by admitting evidence of pre-taking damages,
By Charles V. Berwanger
A cautionary tale for inexperienced counsel.
By Reuben L. Hedlund
A zoning dispute in one of Chicago's finest neighborhoods lasted almost 40 years.
By Thomas Olson and Cory K. Kestner
Proving reasonable probability will depend on a thorough presentation to a court of the facts establishing the likelihood of the event.
David Rapp discusses a recent case in the Kansas Supreme Court that establishes that outdoor advertising companies will be treated no better than other owners of commercial property. (8:49 min)
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