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13th Annual Eminent Domain Conference in Austin, Chaired by Barron & Adler, at the Omni Southpark (March 3-4, 2014)

February 18, 2014 Posted in Events / Seminars, Firm News

Please join us March 3-4, 2014 at the Austin Omni Southpark for the 13th Annual Eminent Domain Superconference.  For CLE brochure, please click here.

Conference schedule below.  For more information and registration info, please click here.

Monday, March 3, 2014

8:30 Registration and Continental Breakfast

9:00 Introduction and Welcome
Overview of Day One

Stephen I. Adler, Esq., Program Co-Chair
Michael M. Barron, Esq., Program Co-Chair and
Erik L. Cardinell, Esq., Program Co-Chair
Barron & Adler, LLP, Austin

9:15 Vested Rights
What You Need to Know

Paul D. Barkhurst Jr., Esq.
Barkhurst & Hinojosa, San Antonio

10:00 Exactions
Issues for Your Practice

William S. Dahlstrom, Esq.
Jackson Walker, Dallas

10:45 Networking Break


11:00 Legislative and Case Law Update
Developments in the Past Year

Scott T. Doggett, Esq.
Burford & Ryburn, Dallas

Paul Radich, Esq.
Andrews Kurth, Houston


12:30 Lunch Break


1:45 Drafting Condemnation Clauses
in Real Estate Leases

Practical Considerations

Christian S. Brooks, Esq.
Womack McClish Wall Foster Brooks, Austin


2:30 The Appraisal
What You Need to Know

Ted Whitmer, Esq., CRE, CCIM, MAI
AQB Certified USPAP Instructor
College Station


3:30 Networking Break


3:45 Point/Counterpoint: Cutting Edge Issues in Trying Eminent Domain Cases
Landowner and Condemnor Perspectives


Roy R. Brandys, Esq.
Barron & Adler, Austin

Jason M. Rammel, Esq.
Sheets & Crossfield, Round Rock


4:30 Preserving Error and the
Appeal Process

Practice Pointers

Kimberly S. Keller, Esq.
Keller Stolarczyk, Boerne


5:30 Reflection, Critique and Discussion
Feedback from the Attorney General’s Office, Guest
Panelists and Audience Members


5:45 Adjourn


Tuesday, March 4, 2014

8:30 Continental Breakfast


9:00 Welcome Back
Overview of Day Two

Stephen I. Adler, Esq., Program Co-Chair
Michael M. Barron, Esq., Program Co-Chair
Erik L. Cardinell, Esq., Program Co-Chair


9:15 An Alternate Plea
Is There a Way Around the Condemnation Process?

Ramon A. Molina, Esq.
Ross Molina Oliveros, San Antonio


10:00 Procedural and Evidentiary Issues
in a Condemnation Case

What Gets into Evidence and What Doesn’t

Robert B. Neblett, Esq.
Jackson Walker, Austin


10:45 Networking Break


11:00 The Intersection Between Condemnation and Water Law, and Utilities as Condemnees
A Panel Presentation

Christopher M. Clough, Esq.
Barron & Adler, Austin

Paul M. Terrill III, Esq.
The Terrill Firm, Austin

Stephen I. Adler, Esq., Program Co-Chair


12:00 Lunch Break


1:15 Featured Panel Presentation Issues with Possession and Use Agreements from the Condemnor’s Perspective

Clint Harbour, Esq.
Eric Russell, Esq. and
Darby F. Venza, Esq.
Assistant Attorneys General
Transportation Division, Office of the Attorney General Austin


2:45 Networking Break


3:00 Mistakes Made in Condemnation
Avoiding Errors

Charles B. McFarland, Esq.
Joyce, McFarland & McFarland, Houston


3:45 Ethics
Considerations for the Eminent Domain Practitioner

Thomas H. Watkins, Esq.
Husch Blackwell, Austin


4:45 Reflection, Critique and Discussion
Feedback from the Attorney General’s Office, Guest
Panelists and Audience Members


5:00 Evaluations and Adjourn

 

 

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Austin, TX 78701

Phone: 512-478-4995
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Houston, TX 77002

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