Carlin & Ward Attorneys to Speak at Eminent Domain CLE International Conference October 12-13 in Princeton, NJ

Attorneys William J. Ward and James M. Turteltaub of the law firm Carlin & Ward are faculty members who will speak about eminent domain issues at the CLE International Conference on October 12 at the Nassau Inn in Princeton, N.J.

Ward, author of the New Jersey Eminent Domain Law Blog, will speak on the topic Surveying New Jersey's Ethical Landscape  which encompasses such issues as contesting the right to take property post-Kelo, impermissible favoritism, and conflicts of interest. To download the report click here.

Turteltaub, who argued the Suydam case before the New Jersey Supreme Court, will be one of five panelists addressing Issues Confronted in the Taking/Redevelopment of Enrivonmentally Constrained Property.

The two-day conference meets the Pennsylvania Continuing Legal Education Board's requirements for up to 12 hours of credit including one hour of ethics. The course meets the requirements for planners and appraisers for up to 12 hours of credit. For more information, download the conference brochure here.