Minneapolis Eminent Domain Lawyer Litigates Appellate Cases
Do you need to appeal your eminent domain case?
Your in the middle of a battle to protect your property rights. The judge does not rule in your favor. So what can you do? You can take your case to the Minnesota Court of Appeals.
Appelate Court Experience
When it comes to fighting for my clients' property rights, I have litigated and been involved in many significant appellate cases at both the Minnesota Court of Appeals and the Minnesota Supreme Court involving eminent domain, relocation law and inverse condemnation cases. These cases include:
- In re Wren - 699 N.W.2d 758
- Konze v. City of Onamia - 2012 WL 4328953
- In re Business Relocation Claims by Walser Auto Sales, Inc. - 2005 WL 623554
- In re Jensen Field - 817 N.W.2d 724
- In re Relocation Benefits of James Brothers Furniture, Inc. - 642 N.W.2d 91
- In re Wren - 685 N.W.2d 721
- Chanhassen Chiropractic Center, P.A. v. City of Chanhassen - 663 N.W.2d 559
- Instant Testing Co. v. Community Security Bank - 715 N.W.2d 12
- Northern States Power v. Aleckson - 831 N.W.2d 303
- Hebert v. City of Fifty Lakes - 744 N.W.2d 226
- In re Lecy - 2005 WL 626614
- In re River City Woodworking, Inc. - 2005 WL 1432367
- County of Dakota v. Cameron - 839 N.W.2d 700
- Pickering v. City of Plymouth - 2004 WL 728147
- State v. B&F Properties, LLC - 2013 WL 622356
If your court case did not go as expect, then I can help.