Eminent Domain in New Jersey Seminar on April 17 in New Brunswick

Eminent Domain in New Jersey will be presented by Lorman Education Services on April 17, 2007, at the Hyatt Regency New Brunswick. The seminar, moderated by William J. Ward, Esq., is designed for attorneys, real estate professionals, project managers, planners, developers, appraisers, and land specialists.  Critical issues on the agenda include case law developments, legislative reform, planning, environmental and valuation issues, relocation assistance, and the ethics of redevelopment and pay-to-play. 

The faculty includes: Senator Ronald Rice, Senator Ellen Karcher, Paula A. Franzese, Maureen Hinchliffe Bonney,  Robert Cunningham, John H. Buonocore, Edward D. McKirdy, Timothy Duggan, Christopher Gibson, Paul P. Josephson, Anne L.H. Studholme, Peter G. Steck, William H. Steinhart, James M. Turteltaub, and Arthur G. Warden, III.  Read the faculty bios.

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This seminar emphasizes the latest developments in major issues facing eminent domain practitioners and experts in New Jersey. You will hear about the most recent cases, as well as upcoming eminent domain reform legislation from the statehouse lawmakers and bill sponsors themselves. You will gain a clear understanding of ethics and pay-to-play issues in redevelopment and eminent domain.

Seminar Highlights:

  • The state of eminent domain legislative reform
  • Valuation issues in the redevelopment context
  • Environmental issues
  • Relocation assistance issues

Learning Objectives:

  • The attendee will be able to review legal developments, including Mt. Laurel v. MiPro Homes and Jersey City School District v. Marathon Enterprises, and others.
  • The attendee will be able to discuss planning in the community.
  • The attendee will be able to identify ethical issues in redevelopment.
  • The attendee will be able to identify valuation issues with special relevance to redevelopment projects.

Who Should Attend?

This seminar is designed for attorneys, presidents, vice presidents, real estate professionals, project managers, right of way agents, property owners and managers, surveyors, city officials, planners, developers, appraisers, zoning board members, engineers, architects and land specialists.

Continuing Education Units
  • CC 1.0
  • AICP 6.0
  • IACET 0.6
  • AIA HSW 6
  • NJ LAND SURY (Pending)
  • NY CLE 7.0 including Areas of Professional Practice 6; Ethics and Professionalism 1
  • PA CLE 6.0 including Ethics 1; substantive 5