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EMINENT DOMAIN LAW

RECORDED FEBRUARY 29, 2012

Archived Webcast

CLE Hours:
6 CLE Hours including 1 Ethics Hour, 1 Professionalism Hour and 3 Trial Practice Hours

Co-Sponsor:
Emenint Domain Section, State Bar of Georgia

Presiding:
Douglas B. Warner, Program Chair; Eminent Doman Section Chair, State Bar of Georgia; Warner, Hooper & Ramsey, Peachtree City

WELCOME AND PROGRAM OVERVIEW
Douglas B. Warner

Public Policy Issues in the Eminent Domain Area
Hon. Matthew L. Ramsey, Representative, Georgia House of Representatives, District 72; Warner, Hooper & Ramsey, Peachtree City
Hon. Wendell K. Willard, Representative, Georgia House of Representatives, District 49; Attorney at Law, Atlanta

Can the Condemnee Ever be Made Whole?
Richard N. Hubert, Chamberlain, Hrdlicka, White, Williams & Aughtry, Atlanta

Litigating a Condemnation Case from the Condemnor’s Perspective
C. Bradford Sears, Jr., Sanders, Haugen & Sears P.C., Newnan

Litigating a Condemnation Case from the Condemnee’s Perspective
William A. White, Smith, Welch, Webb & White, LLC, McDonough
A. J. Welch, Jr., Smith, Welch, Webb & White, LLC, McDonough

How to Prepare for and Survive a Strenuous Cross-Examination of the Appraiser in a Condemnation Case
Tom Carson, Peach Appraisal Group, Inc., Canton
Litigating Landlord and Tenant Issues in Eminent Domain Cases
Andrea Cantrell Jones, The Galloway Law Group, LLC, Atlanta

Recent Developments in Eminent Domain Law
Anne Woolf Sapp, Anne W. Sapp, P.C., Atlanta

Ethics in the Courtroom in Condemnation Cases
Hon. Christopher C. Edwards, Judge, Superior Court, Griffin Judicial Circuit, Fayetteville