Sanchez & Polovetsky Goes to Nashville for the Latest Discussions on Eminent Domain and Land Value Litigation
Staying ahead of eminent domain law is critical to clients having the success that they have come to expect with Sanchez & Polovetsky. In part, that is why both Jennifer Polovetsky and Philip A. Sanchez have been named Super Lawyers for five consecutive years.
One of the ways the dynamic duo stays ahead is by attending conferences and networking with legal experts from around the country. This week, the team visited Nashville, Tennessee to attend the American Law Institute Continuing Legal Education (ALI-CLE) “Eminent Domain and Land Value Litigation 2020” conference. The national conference examines the latest legal issues related to relocation, regulatory takings, inverse condemnation, and valuation issues.
Always wanted to know what types of topics are being discussed at a legal conference in Nashville? A few may even have laymen wanting to find out more! Interestingly, many of these topics are stories that appear in the news on a regular basis and that we blog about. They relate to Property Rights as Civil Rights, Passive Takings by Government Inaction, Creative Approaches to Solving Difficult Appraisal Problems, Establishing the Date of Valuation in Direct and Inverse Cases.
One of the more enjoyable aspects of this type of meeting is mingling with the faculty and other registrants, and sometimes even engaging in one or two healthy debates! Of course, the team is also interested in absorbing some of the local Nashville culture and soaking in the city’s history, music and delicious food.
Stay tuned as what we learn this week might pop-up in next week’s blog post!