Eminent Domain in New Jersey Seminar: March 28, 2006 in East Brunswick

William J. Ward, Esq. , managing partner of Carlin & Ward and author of the New Jersey Eminent Domain Law Blog, will moderate the Lorman Education Seminar, Eminent Domain in New Jersey, on March 28, 2006 at the Ramada Inn, 195 Route 18 South, East Brunswick, N.J.

This forum brings together New Jersey's deans of eminent domain law, real estate professionals, and noted authors who examine trends in redevelopment takings after Kelo, environmental contamination, and other factors that impact fair market value. People and neighborhoods are affected by eminent domain takings. Learn about recent case law, legislative developments, and the ethics of eminent domain practice in New Jersey.

Critical issues on the agenda include:
1. Overview and Recent Case Law Developments
2. 2005 SCOTUS Trio: Lingle, San Remo, Kelo
3. Proposed Federal and State Legislative Reform
4. Environmental Issues and Valuation
5. What's Fair about Fair Market Value?
6. Contesting the Right to Take in New Jersey
7. People and Neighborhoods
8. Ethical Considerations
9. Questions and Answers

The panelists include: William J. Ward, Esq. and James M. Turteltaub, Esq., Carlin & Ward, P.C.; Michael Patrick Carroll, Assemblyman (R), Legislative District 25 Offices; John J. Curley, Esq., John J. Curley, LLC; Paula A. Franzese, Esq. and Rachel D. Godsil, Esq., Seton Hall University School of Law; Mindy Thompson Fullilove, M.D., author of Root Shock Columbia University, New York State Psychiatric Institute; Louis S. Izenberg, MAI, SRA, Izenberg Appraisal Associates; Drew K. Kapur, Esq. and George J. Kroculick, Esq., Duane Morris LLP; Michael B. Kates, Esq., Nashel, Kates, Nussman, Rapone & Ellis LLP; Edward D. McKirdy, Esq. and Harry J. Riskin, Esq., McKirdy and Riskin, PA; and Peter G. Steck, P.P., Community Planning Consultant.

The one-day seminar is approved for continuing education and designed for attorneys, engineers, real estate professionals, appraisers, project managers, planners, architects, and property owners. For specific information about the agenda, benefits, and continuing education credit, cost and advance registration for the seminar please download and print the seminar brochure.