Find Seminars by NBI Inc. and others

 

 

Expropriations From Start to Finish  

By:

training seminars by NBI Inc. NBI Inc.

Expropriations From Start to Finish seminar agenda print utility

dates/locations

For:

This basic-to-intermediate level program covers the condemnation process requirements and land valuation practices for: Attorneys, Appraisers, State and Local Government Officials, Engineers, Right-of-way Professionals, Developers, Real Estate Professionals, Paralegals

Cost:   

Visit FindaSeminar.com for seminar cost, group discount etc.

Seminar Summary:

You'll hear the latest on contrasting interpretations and disputes surrounding expropriations and build essential negotiation and trial skills. (see full course description)

 

View dates/locations for this event on FindaSeminar.com then register online

 
 

Training Course Syllabus:


Expropriations From Start to Finish Seminar

Gain a Clear Understanding of Expropriations

Be prepared to effectively represent your client during condemnation proceedings! Examine the statutory requirements of the process with experienced practitioners, as well as the nuances learned from years in the field. Plus, walk through the land valuation and damages calculations from the appraiser's perspective to gain insight on how these figures are determined. You'll hear the latest on contrasting interpretations and disputes surrounding expropriations and build essential negotiation and trial skills. Ensure these acquisitions are fair and efficient – register today!

  • Understand expropriation statutory requirements and what damages to include in calculating just compensation.
  • Hear appraiser insights on land valuation calculations so you can ensure negotiations are fair.
  • Recognize what state and local governments should do to avoid legal missteps during proceedings.
  • Stay current on eminent domain court decisions and new legislation.
  • Adeptly advise your client on the relocation benefits and terms available.
  • Maximize your settlement negotiation skills.
  • Learn new trial strategies for selecting jurors and challenging experts' valuation opinions.


  1. The Expropriation Process (Condemning Authority vs. Landowner Perspective)
    9:00 - 10:00, Galen S. Brown
    1. The Different Types of Condemnation Processes
    2. A Walk Through the Condemnation Process – From Notification to Final Resolution
    3. Ensuring Procedures are Compliant – Statutory Review
    4. Advising the Condemning Authority on Condemnation
    5. Access to Real Estate Prior to Condemnation
    6. Negotiation for the Acquisition of Property Interests
  2. Calculating Damages and Just Compensation: Appraiser Insights
    10:15 - 12:00, Frank S. Craig III and Michael W. Truax Sr.
    1. Approaches to Fair Market Value
    2. Highest and Best Use Valuation
      1. When the Highest and Best Use is Different than the Existing Use
    3. Determining Damages in Partial Takings
    4. Determining Damages in Temporary Takings
    5. Determining Fair Market Value in a Recession
    6. Considerations in Determining Damages
      1. Land Value
      2. Fixtures and Improvements
      3. Leases
      4. Cost to Cure
      5. Loss of Value or Damage to Business
      6. Complications Caused by Multiple Owners
      7. Assemblage Value: Many Small Parcels or One Large Parcel?
      8. Compensation for Nonconformity After Taking
      9. Circuity of Travel
      10. Wetlands
      11. Contaminated Property Valuation
    7. Litigation Costs
  3. Challenging the Right to Take: Case Law and Recent Issues
    1:00 - 2:00, Andrew C. Wilson
    1. Disputes over Land Valuation
    2. Condemnation of Blighted Property
    3. Property Taking for Private Third Parties/Redevelopment
    4. Challenges to “Public Use” Takings
    5. Temporary Takings
  4. Trial Practice and Strategy
    2:00 - 2:45, Galen S. Brown
    1. Trial Prep and Techniques
    2. Voir Dire Strategies
    3. Evidentiary Issues
    4. Techniques for Challenging Experts' Opinions on Valuation
  5. Settlements Strategies
    3:00 - 3:30, Randall A. Smith
  6. Ethics in Condemnation
    3:30 - 4:30, Randall A. Smith
    1. Duties of Counsel
    2. Conflicts of Interest
    3. Communications with Local Land Use Boards
    4. Good Faith

Seminar Summary:

You'll hear the latest on contrasting interpretations and disputes surrounding expropriations and build essential negotiation and trial skills. (see full course description)

 

Findaseminar.com seminars and training FindaSeminar.com is a member of the Seminar News Network and Training News Network Copyright 2008-2014.

FindaSeminar is a registered Trademark of FindaSeminar.com a division of Allied Internet Solutions Inc.