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Tips on Drafting Enforceable and Effective Liquidated Damages Provisions Under Texas Law

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Liquidated damages provisions are commonplace in construction contracts. One would think that given the strong Texas public policy favoring freedom of contract, bargained for liquidated damages would be easily enforceable in...more

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Calculating Condemnation Interest Rates – California & Nevada

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The payment of “just compensation” for the taking of private property includes more than merely writing a check to the property owner after a jury determines the current fair market value of the taking. A property owner is...more

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City Imposed Penalty of One-Year Building Moratorium Does Not Constitute a Taking

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Local government agencies sometimes enact short-term building moratoriums for certain areas to further assess changes in land use patterns or slow growth. Those moratoriums imposed across a large area usually do not...more

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When Does Downzoning Result in a Regulatory Taking?

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As we have previously discussed, downzoning (changing the zoning designation for property from a more intensive use to a more restrictive use) can possibly rise to the level of a regulatory taking, depending on each...more

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Summary of Major Eminent Domain Cases & Legislation: January 1, 2022 - May 31, 2022

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Facts: The property owner alleged a per se taking and inverse condemnation in the expansion of a road that increased surface and stormwater runoff flowing under the property and ultimately a sinkhole in the parking lot. The...more

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Businesses Shut Down by COVID-19 Regulations May Not Bring Inverse Condemnation Claims

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For the first time, a California state appellate court has decided whether businesses may bring takings claims against the government due to COVID-19 shutdown orders. In 640 Tenth, LP v. Newsom, the California Court of Appeal...more

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City’s Forced Sale of Public Nuisance Property Not a Taking

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When the government forces a property owner to sell private property, it is usually done through an eminent domain action (a direct taking), and the government is required to pay just compensation. But what if the forced sale...more

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CJEU rules on private copying exception to storage in the cloud

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The Court of Justice of the European Union (“CJEU”) has recently ruled that the private copying exception contained in the Information Society Directive (the “Directive”) applies to works stored in space made available to...more

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Eminent Domain Insight: Ohio Supreme Court Weighs in on Challenging the Necessity of a Public Use in a Utility Condemnation Action

Some might argue that challenging the necessity of an appropriation involving a public utility or common carrier is a futile act, given the presumption of the necessity under R.C. 163.09(B)(1)(c). In State ex rel. Bohlen v....more

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North Dakota Supreme Court to Hear Case on Pore Space Rights

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[Updated] The North Dakota Supreme Court will hear oral arguments on Thursday to consider who owns the right to the porous spaces within subsurface rock formations. The issue is over Senate Bill 2344, passed by the...more

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Post-Pakdel Ripeness: "Modest Requirement" Not Met By Incomplete Application

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A new decision out of the Northern District of California applying the “final action” standards of Pakdel v. City and County of San Francisco has come out – with the District Court concluding that even under Pakdel’s...more

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Law of the Land - Real Estate Litigation Newsletter - March 2022, Volume I, Issue XII

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CASES OF NOTE - SIMILAR PROJECTS, DIFFERENT DECISIONS - Brossi, et al. v. Town of Grafton Planning Board, et al., No. 19 MISC 000551 (MDV), 2021 WL 5833935 (Mass. Land Ct. Dec. 9, 2021) - The Massachusetts Land...more

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A Roadmap to Illinois Eminent Domain Cases

For property owners, the process of eminent domain — the legal proceeding through which the government can acquire private property for a public purpose — can be a long and intimidating journey. Once an owner becomes aware...more

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Eminent Domain - Attorney Needed for Private Landowner Rights?

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With billions in Federal infrastructure improvement funding set to pour into Pennsylvania in coming years, privately owned land across the state will be impacted by thousands of “public purpose” projects. In terms of...more

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Eminent Domain Insight: When ODOT Needs Your Property

The Ohio Department of Transportation has statutory authority to appropriate real property, but there are limitations to this authority. Among other limitations, ODOT must pay just compensation for the take....more

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Eminent Domain Snapshot: Relocation Fees for Adjacent Properties

In Ohio, a condemning authority has the power to take private property for public use through eminent domain. This power is limited, however, by the requirements under the United States and Ohio Constitutions that require the...more

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Eminent Domain Issues Affecting New Jersey Condominiums - Can the Government Really Take Part of Our Common Elements?

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Eminent domain, sometimes referred to as condemnation, occurs when the government exercises its power to take private property for public use. When this awesome power is exercised, the government must pay the property owner...more

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What To Do When Facing a Government Taking: A Colorado Eminent Domain FAQ

You received a Notice of Intent from the government or private company seeking to take your property. You probably have a lot of questions. Read on for answers to common questions and tips on how to protect your rights during...more

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“What’s Mine Is Not Yours To Give Me”—Nor To Take Without Just Compensation: A New Jersey’s Reaction To Sovereign Immunity,...

I have to give it to creative, resilient lawyers (and in fact, I have lauded them in the past). When the United States Supreme Court issued its decision in Allen v. Cooper, 140 S.Ct. 994 (2020), a decision holding that the...more

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Stages of an Eminent Domain Proceeding in Colorado

In Colorado, eminent domain (also known as condemnation) proceedings take place in several stages. These proceedings are similar to, but not the same as, other civil trials. Most attorneys — let alone property owners — do not...more

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Welcome to 'Just Compensation'

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Hosts Andrew Graw and Megan Monson discuss why Lowenstein Sandler started the podcast series, “Just Compensation.” Geared towards companies and senior executives, this podcast series--which features members from Lowenstein...more

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Can I Challenge the Authority of a Condemning Party in Ohio?

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I regularly present on eminent domain, and one of the most common questions that came up this past year during live or remote presentations had to do with necessity determinations made by a condemning authority. ...more

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What Do I Need To Know About Eminent Domain Compensation?

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When an entity moves to ‘take’ land or property (via the power of eminent domain), all parties involved become entrenched in determinations of what constitutes adequate compensation. This process is ultimately what a...more

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Amendments to Florida's Private Property Rights Protection Act (“Harris Act”) take effect on October 1, 2021

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The Takings Clause of the U.S. Constitution prohibits the government from depriving an owner of private property for public use without “just compensation.” Governmental action burdening private property does not always...more

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Fourth Circuit Rejects Federal Jurisdiction Over Claim Against State for Loss of Private Property

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A recent decision of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit concerned a nightmare scenario for any property owner. The plaintiffs sought to rebuild their beachfront house after it was destroyed. Originally...more

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