|Production Date:||August 23 2011|
In order to successfully represent clients whose property has been condemned by the Florida State government pursuant to its power of eminent domain, it is necessary to obtain a thorough understanding of this complicated area of the law. In Part 2 of this introduction to eminent domain law in Florida, attorney and eminent domain expert Harold Lassman reviews the three types of compensation that the Florida government may offer to the owners of condemned property. He also sheds light on appraisal practices as well as the Daubert evidentiary standard. Additionally, Mr. Lassman examines inverse condemnations and shares preparation tips and tactics for eminent domain trials, appeals, and mediation sessions. Finally, this CLE program delineates the unique aspects of Florida eminent domain law and the Private Property Rights Protection Act. This course is a must see for any Florida attorney seeking guidance on eminent domain law.
I. Compensable & Non-Compensable Items
III. Inverse Condemnation
IV. Tax Considerations
V. Florida vs. Other Jurisdictions
Randall (West Palm Beach, FL)
I appreciated the personal anecdotes about the speaker's practice and how he learned, the hard way, to use photographic evidence.
Leonardo P. (Miami, FL)
By far the best so far.
Thomas (Pompano Beach, FL)
Kathleen (Fort Lauderdale, FL)
Both parts were very information and the speaker had a really good voice
George (Bradenton, FL)
Very good seminar!
michael (Destin, FL)
Very Information - thanks!
STEPHEN (CORAL GABLES, FL)
It was a pleasure to listen. Astute & articulate lecturer. Hope to hear him again.
Robert (Cutler Bay, FL)
Very organized presentation.
Nicole (Bradenton, FL)
Part II was much more interesting. Barking dog in background (must have been filmed at lecturer's house) was amusing.
W. Rainer (Osprey, FL)
Lucia (Miami, FL)
Excellent content and presentation.
Elizabeth (TALLAHASSEE, FL)
Excellent seminar, very informative.