Minneapolis Eminent Domain Attorney Presenting A Seminar At The Annual Minnesota Real Estate Institute
On November 1, 2019, Morphew Law Office attorney, Jon W. Morphew, will be presenting a seminar to his fellow real estate attorneys at the annual Minnesota Real Estate Institute in Minneapolis. Mr. Morphew will be presenting on the topic of The Developing Landscape of Condemnation Cases — including Construction Interference, Evidentiary Matter, Damages and more. The focus of Mr. Morphew’s presentation will be his recent case before the Minnesota Court of Appeals on the topic of the admissibility of evidence of construction-related interference that occurs after the date of taking in eminent domain cases in Minnesota. Mr. Morphew will address the Strom, Anda, Weckman, Almor and Elbert appellate cases and how they all stand for the proposition that evidence of construction-related interference that occurs after the date of taking is admissible to determine the just compensation owed to property owners that are having their property taken by eminent domain. Anyone interested in learning more about this topic should consider attending the Minnesota Real Estate Institute. Anyone that is having their property taken to accommodate a public improvement project may be subjected to construction-related interference and should contact Morphew Law Office to learn how such interferences can affect the just compensation for which they are entitled to receive.