Join Stoel Rieves partners Greg Mowe and Michelle Rudd at the two-day "Eminent Domain: Current Developments in Condemnation, Valuation & Challenges," at the Embassy Suites in Portland, OR on May 19 & 20, 2011.
This seminar will include an overview and update of Oregon and federal eminent domain and land valuation litigation, with emphasis on current and anticipated regional projects, current eminent domain practice, appraisal standards, and recent court decisions impacting state and federal eminent domain.
The program is a must for anyone involved in the governmental land acquisition process, whether as an attorney, appraiser, government official, or owner. You will hear firsthand from leading attorneys and appraisers with extensive practical experience in eminent domain. Subjects addressed will include (in addition to overview and updates) inverse condemnation, access issues, USPAP, appraisal of water rights, negotiation, trial strategy, evidentiary issues, valuation of easements, relocation regulations, and ethical considerations for attorneys.
Michelle Rudd will be opening this seminar with an overview session on the Condemnation Process on Thursday, May 19, 2011 at 8:00 a.m.
In addition to co-chairing this event, Greg Mowe will be presenting on Riparian and Other Water Rights on Friday, May 20, 2011 at 9:10 a.m.
Who Should Attend:
- Attorneys, Judges and Legal Staff
- Government Officials
- Appraisers & Valuation Experts
- Real Estate Professionals
- Right-of-Way Professionals
- Anyone else involved in Land Valuation and Condemnation
This course is approved by the Oregon State Bar for 10.0 General and 1.0 Ethics CLE credits. This course has been approved for 10.5 hours of Washington MCLE credit, including 1.0 hours of ethics credit.
For more information and registration visit: http://www.theseminargroup.net/seminar.lasso?seminar=11.EMDOR