Your hosts each bring a right of way topic and a pop culture obsession to this episode for some fascinating discussion! Listen in for a soapbox speech from Dave about the "property rights" fallacy, fresh water infrastructure insight (and our acute need for more attention to it) by Carrilin, the misleading portrayal of eminent domain… There's MoreInfrastructure Junkies Roundtable!
Texas eminent domain attorney and varsity football coach (because everyone in Texas is involved in football) Clint Schumacher discusses the inspiration behind his popular Eminent Domain Podcast, the biblical history of eminent domain, emerging hot issues in the field, and his views on the application of the Uniform Relocation Act. Finally, Clint engages your hosts… There's MoreInfrastructure Junkies Roundtable!
Have you ever gotten to hear the opening statement of an eminent domain jury trial with $7 million of agency money on the line? Tune in, and you will here! Superstar Seattle lawyers Matt Hansen and Tara O'Hanlon from the law firm of Miller Nash Graham & Dunn celebrate the First Annual Billy Squier birthday… There's MoreInfrastructure Junkies Roundtable!
The Pendulum Land Podcast's best barrister buddy from across the pond, Meyric Lewis, enlightens your hosts on "compulsory acquisition"--England's version of eminent domain. Relocation benefits in Britain? Maybe not so much! And did you know that "climate change litigation" nearly halted the expansion of Heathrow Airport? Along the way, your hosts thank our British barrister friend… There's MoreInfrastructure Junkies Roundtable!
The Pendulum Land Podcast crew ventured down to the Big Easy for its first ever live podcast recording at the 2021 Transportation Symposium and the International Right of Way Association's Region 2 and Region 6 Joint forum. Special guests Wade Brown (American Acquisition Group) and Erin Newberry (HDR) joined the podcast as representatives of their… There's MoreInfrastructure Junkies Roundtable!
Your hosts examine the recent Virginia Supreme Court case of Johnson v. City of Suffolk and the Hampton Roads Sanitation District where the Court ruled on whether two Virginia agencies were responsible for condemning oysters, oyster leases and oyster beds because of pollution in local rivers. Frequent PLP commentator Robert Thomas of the Pacific Legal… There's MoreInfrastructure Junkies Roundtable!
In February 2021, Winter Storm Uri plunged temperatures in the state of Texas to historic lows for nearly a week and neither the state's infrastructure nor the power grid was prepared for this event. Texas energy litigation attorney Chrysta Castañeda joins the podcast to explain how the Lone Star State's insistence on being on its… There's MoreInfrastructure Junkies Roundtable!
Seattle superstar lawyers Matt Hansen and Tara O'Hanlon from the law firm of Miller Nash Graham & Dunn LLP have tried not one but TWO eminent domain jury trials during the COVID pandemic. One was socially distanced in a convention center, and the other was conducted completely virtually via Zoom. With millions of dollars of agency money on the line, these… There's MoreInfrastructure Junkies Roundtable!