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An informative and sometimes irreverent podcast for those interested in eminent domain, right of way land acquisition, or infrastructure development. Topics for discussion frequently include condemnation of real property for public use, just compensation, the Uniform Relocation Act, as well as your hosts‘ hot takes on popular culture.
 
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Chad Griffiths brings a deep knowledge of the industrial real estate market that he shares in regular podcast and YouTube releases. In this episode, we discuss the current state of the industrial market, the relationship between cap rates and interest rates, the growing prevalence of industrial developments in visible locations, and how the drive f…
 
Stephen Clarke of the Waldo & Lyle law firm in Virginia is not only an eminent domain expert but now is an official Jeopardy! contestant and winner. Stephen gives us a behind-the-scenes look at the qualification process, as well as what it was like to film and compete. We hope you enjoy this opportunity to celebrate a real-life win of a friend to o…
 
On this special episode, we are joined by the leaders of three important national property rights organizations: Dana Berliner, Senior Vice President and Litigation Director for the Institute for Justice; James Burling, Vice President of Legal Affairs for Pacific Legal Foundation, and Leslie Fields, Executive Director of the Owners’ Counsel of Amer…
 
Eminent domain expert Philip Hundl joins the show today to talk about the recently approved Matterhorn Express Pipeline that is projected to span 490 miles in Texas and impact hundreds of property owners. We talk about the questions landowners should ask when facing acquisition for a pipeline, as well as the details and concerns to look for in a pr…
 
If you’re a landowner who has received a notice from a condemning authority, what should you do next? Dawson & Sodd law partner Jason Sodd, an eminent domain attorney for the last twenty years, joins the show today to walk through ten important questions to ask when looking to hire a lawyer with eminent domain expertise. These questions and their r…
 
The Infrastructure Junkies! invited President Judy Jones to center stage to explain how and why she assumed the helm a year earlier than originally planned. Is she ready? Did she need another year to prepare? Learn more about her unlikely path to this position, her philosophies, leadership style and her goals for the International Right of Way Asso…
 
Daniel Woislaw of Pacific Legal Foundation joins us to talk about the intersection of civil rights and property rights. We discuss when a search and seizure can cross the line to a taking, how the U.S. Supreme Court has considered property interests in a Fourth Amendment context, and what Fourth Amendment issues eminent domain attorneys should be a…
 
Infrastructure Junkies! welcome back Professor Greg Jackson from the History that Doesn't Suck Podcast to tell you a story about one of the greatest infrastructure marvels in American History: the transcontinental railroad. Learn about the reasons why our young country so desperately needed this new infrastructure development, how it was set up as …
 
Appraiser Bob Grace joins Infrastructure Junkies! to discuss the wild and wonderful world of fixtures in the right of way field. The appraiser's first encounter with items in the acquisition inspection will set the stage for how certain "things" are handled throughout the eminent domain process. Are they realty or are they personal property? And wh…
 
Christina Martin, Senior Attorney at the Pacific Legal Foundation, joins us to talk about what she calls “home equity theft” – the practice in some states of a taxing jurisdiction foreclosing on a tax lien and, in the process, forfeiting all the owner’s remaining equity in the property - no matter how small the tax lien or how large the remaining e…
 
Want to better understand the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act? Join us for this special joint episode where we team up with the Infrastructure Junkies podcast to interview Jeremy Young of Roetzel & Andress in Ohio. Questions we discuss: what is considered infrastructure for purposes of the bill? How does money get allocated, prioritized, and…
 
For the first time ever, The Eminent Domain Podcast and Infrastructure Junkies! team up for a JOINT EPISODE which examines the nuts and bolts of IIJA. We focus on how and when it will affect our industry, where the funding is going--and where it's not. Attorney Jeremy Young has studied the landmark legislation and provides your hosts a wonderful an…
 
Indian property rights scholar Bethany Berger, a professor at the University of Connecticut School of Law, joins Infrastructure Junkies! to explain the intersection between Indian rights and right of way projects and infrastructure development in the United States. She discusses the derivation of Indian property interests, how Indian reservations w…
 
In today’s episode, we are joined by Scott Heiart and Michael Ash of Carlin, Ward, Ash & Heiart in Florham Park, New Jersey. Scott and Michael discuss the unique aspects of redevelopment law in the state of New Jersey, as well as how they teamed up from opposite sides of the aisle to represent property owners. We learn about current issues and proj…
 
Tom Forestier, a partner with Winstead, PC, has represented some of the largest companies in the oil and gas industry for his entire career. Tom joins Infrastructure Junkies! to discuss how the oil and gas industry has lost public support, the disfavor of fossil fuels, and the difficulty of building pipelines in this new era. And did someone mentio…
 
Jeremy Hopkins of Cranfill Sumner in Raleigh joins the show to talk about identifying what he calls the “Big 3” categories of issues in eminent domain cases, a topic he presented at the ALI-CLE Eminent Domain and Land Valuation Litigation Conference in January. He also shares the unique elements of condemnation law in North Carolina, as well as his…
 
Your hosts explore application of the Uniform Relocation Assistance and Real Property Acquisition Policies Act of 1970, as amended, to businesses impacted by a right of way or eminent domain project. Martyn Daniel, an eminent domain and business relocation consultant and Brandee Caswell, an attorney who assists large companies with complex relocati…
 
Christina Thoreson, SR-WA, MAI, CRE joins the show to talk about appraisals and the valuation process, and how to present this information to a jury. She shares examples of tips she uses when testifying. We also talk about changes in the appraisal industry due to the pandemic. Christina’s book recommendations: Necessary Endings and Integrity by Dr.…
 
Two of the best and most successful property rights (landowner) eminent domain attorneys in the United States, Andrew Prince Brigham (Jacksonville) and Christian Torgrimson (Atlanta), join Infrastructure Junkies! to share their perspectives from the other side. Along the way, they discuss what attracted them to defending landowners, their perspecti…
 
Bob Grace, MAI, CRE joins us from the national Eminent Domain and Land Valuation Litigation Conference to discuss capitalization rates. We discuss both what a cap rate is and, importantly, some thoughts on how to explain this nebulous concept to a jury. Please share your thoughts on the show or this episode with me. I’m on Twitter @J_Clint. If you …
 
Infrastructure Junkies! kicks off Season 3 with a blockbuster roundtable with special guests Lisa Harrison and Marcus Boyd. Tune in to consider hardline negotiations in right of way, silver linings in relocation benefits, the need for diversity in the right of way industry and whether the infrastructure industry is really ready to "go green". Along…
 
In today’s episode, Professor Julia Mahoney of the University of Virginia School of Law joins the podcast live from the ALI-CLE Eminent Domain and Land Valuation Litigation conference in Scottsdale to talk about last year’s Supreme Court decision in Cedar Point Nursery v. Hassid. We discuss how the case fits into the general direction of this Court…
 
Josh Baker, partner at the Waldo & Lyle law firm in Virginia, joins the show live from the 2022 ALI-CLE Eminent Domain and Land Valuation Litigation Conference in Scottsdale, Arizona to talk about temporary construction easements and how to value them. Josh highlights important considerations when applying market principles to what can be an indefi…
 
Bob Belden of the Institute for Justice joins the show to discuss a matter arising out of Onondaga County, New York, where homeowners in the Burnet Road community are fighting for their property against a taking for a prospective transaction with a manufacturing facility. Bob tells us about the Burnet Road community, the similarities of this situat…
 
Professor Emilio Longoria of St. Mary’s University School of Law joins the show to discuss his recent article, Lech’s Mess with the Tenth Circuit: Why Governmental Entities Are Not Exempt from Paying Just Compensation When They Destroy Property Pursuant to Their Police Powers. Professor Longoria gives an overview of the facts of Lech v. Jackson as …
 
For this special episode of the podcast, past guests and friends share their favorite holiday traditions, and Robert Thomas tells us what we can look forward to at the 2022 Eminent Domain and Land Valuation Litigation Conference. Thanks to Dave Arnold, Kristen Bennett, Ivy Cadle, Anthony DellaPelle, Carolyn Elefant, Clint Harbour, Justin Hodge, Pat…
 
U.S. Magistrate Judge Andrew Edison has devoted much time and research to the life and legacy of Robert Moses, a former Parks Commissioner who had a broad and deep impact on the development of New York City’s infrastructure over a period of 50 years. Moses’ career in many ways provides a study of the human cost of eminent domain for different socio…
 
Patrick McCallister joins the IJs to discuss his education outreach to recruit the next generation of Infrastructure Junkies as well as his new Eminent Domain and Right of Way Clubhouse. "Tish" from Boots, Bibles and Scrapbookin'! Podcast breaks into the studio and takes the interview into her own hands. Hilarity ensues.…
 
Eminent Domain attorneys Phil Sever, Tonny Storey, and Jordan Walker of Indianapolis-based Sever Storey, LLP join the show today to talk about a class-action lawsuit involving inverse condemnation claims related to the use of underground caverns for natural gas storage. The case has recently been certified by a federal court in Pennsylvania, an unc…
 
Professor Tanya D. Marsh from Wake Forest University School of Law teaches the only law school course on cemetery and funeral law in the United States. She joins the Infrastructure Junkies to educate us all on what to do if human remains lie in the path of a right of way project. How can graves be condemned through eminent domain? Does a corpse hav…
 
Eminent domain attorney Jay Small of Mateer Harbert in Orlando joins the podcast to discuss the Supreme Court case Alabama Association of Realtors vs. Department of Health and Human Services. We discuss whether this case opened the door to challenging the moratorium as a compensable taking, and Jay brings a prescient analysis of the opinion. We als…
 
Professor Greg Jackson returns to finish the gripping story of how the Brooklyn Bridge was designed and constructed. This American infrastructure marvel represented the greatest right of way feat of its time and set the standard for bridge engineering going forward.Dave Arnold, Kristen Bennett による
 
Today, we’re joined by Professor Lee Fennell, the Max Pam Professor of Law at the University of Chicago Law School. Professor Fennell has recently written an article for an upcoming publication of the Duke Journal of Constitutional Law and Public Policy entitled Escape Room: Implicit Takings After Cedar Point Nursery. In today’s interview, we have …
 
Check out the wondrous story of the greatest American infrastructure achievement of the 19th Century: the Brooklyn Bridge. Professor Greg Jackson of the wildly popular History That Doesn't Suck podcast joins the Infrastructure Junkies! to bring the story of our nation's greatest infrastructure marvel to life. Listen to how the brilliant John Roebli…
 
Casey Pipes, managing partner at the Helmsing Leach law firm in Mobile, Alabama, joins the show to discuss an emerging issue: the legislated expansion of existing utility easements to allow access by private broadband companies to install data cables. We discuss the motivation for and constitutional issues of these statutes, as well as current and …
 
Do you have a "hot" infrastructure project with heavy media scrutiny? Has the use of eminent domain become controversial...or has the landowner utilized the media or politicians to weaponize its case? Are some impacted property owners a hotter potato than others? Join Infrastructure Junkies' fascinating interview of PR expert Brian Daskam, who guid…
 
Steve owns and operates a construction business, and he is also a construction cost estimator with over 45 years of experience in the construction industry. He discusses the differences between a cost estimate prepared by a construction cost estimator and one prepared by an appraiser. Steve shares his thoughts on when it would be of value for a pro…
 
Yes, you heard it right. Almost 20 years ago, Jeff Meader suffered a very unfortunate and stressful experience involving eminent domain. But this savvy entrepreneur took the proceeds from that painful process and turned his nightmare into a dream come true for himself and his family...and the Eminent Domaine Winery was born. If you are interested i…
 
Patrick McCallister, Right-of-Way Acquisition Manager at WSP-USA, and Beth Smith, Real Estate Specialist at Milwaukee Metro Sewage District, have founded the Eminent Domain and Right of Way Club, a discussion forum for right-of-way professionals and anyone interested in the acquisition of land rights for infrastructure projects. They join us today …
 
Cyndi "Julie" Whelpley and Koby "Seth" Godwin join your hosts, Kristen "Courtney" Bennett and Dave "Chad Harwicke" Arnold for the next exciting right of way / eminent domain roundtable! (Why exactly do they all have "bar names"?) Topics in this exciting episode include property rights on Indian reservations, the importance of title reports, muli-ge…
 
Is eminent domain appraisal methodology nothing more than "chicken sacrificing voodoo"? Do appraisers really use an Ouija board to determine values in complex appraisals? (Yes.) And must appraisers keep their Ouija boards in their work files??? (No.) Superhero appraisers David Burgoyne, Brian O'Neill and Christina Thoreson take over the Pendulum La…
 
Ivy Cadle, shareholder of the Baker Donelson law firm in their Atlanta and Macon, GA offices, joins us to discuss condemnation clauses in commercial leases. Ivy emphasizes that the lease will dictate a lessee’s approach to the case, and we touch on some of the important factors in that approach, including notice provisions and division of settlemen…
 
FERC expert Carolyn Elefant joins us to discuss the recent U.S. Supreme Court opinion in PennEast Pipeline Co. v. New Jersey. As always, she brings great insight. This case discusses, among other things, the balance between state rights and the federal power to condemn. A copy of the opinion can be found here: https://www.supremecourt.gov/opinions/…
 
Hey, Infrastructure Junkies! Dave and Kristen are attending the Podcast Movement '21 convention in Nashville, and want to introduce you to their newfound friend, Tish! Check them out in this lighthearted intermezzo!!!Dave Arnold, Kristen Bennett による
 
Your PLP hosts took some time off to rest their Simple Minds and plan the second half of Season 2! Listen in for a short update on two brand new episodes dropping in August, Infrastructure Junkies Hall of Fame inductees, and a spirited discussion about the worst songs in rock n' roll history!!Dave Arnold, Kristen Bennett による
 
Business development expert and guru Steve Fretzin joins the podcast to discuss how to find and build relationships with clients. As eminent domain professionals, we have decided what types of clients we want to target. Steve talks about the practices we can undertake to find those clients and building lasting relationships.…
 
Professor Josh Blackman of the South Texas College of Law joins us for Episode 69 of the podcast to discuss the Cedar Point Nursery v. Hassid case recently released by the U.S. Supreme Court. Here is a link to the case: https://www.supremecourt.gov/opinions/20pdf/20-107_ihdj.pdfClint Schumacher による
 
Episode 67 of the podcast focuses on how our juries might view institutions and experts differently now than they did before the Covid-19 pandemic. Do we have to present experts differently than we did before? This episode also discusses corridor valuation theory and a case pending in Texas that may change the law in this area called Hvalinka v. HS…
 
The PLP crew interviews new International Right of Way Association President Jake Farrell LIVE from the 67th Annual International Conference in San Antonio, Texas! Check out this poignant and compelling interview with Mr. Farrell, where he discusses his path to a right of way career, his unusual journey to IRWA leadership and his planned legacy for…
 
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