Podcast Episode 78 – Phil Sever, Tonny Storey, and Jordan Walker on Asbury vs EQT – A Class-Action Inverse Condemnation Case
Tune in to Episode 78 of Clint Schumacher’s Eminent Domain Podcast! Guests Phil Sever, Tonny Storey, and Jordan Walker, eminent domain attorneys of Indianapolis-based Sever...read more
Clint Schumacher’s Eminent Domain Podcast Is Back!
Clint Schumacher, who joined Dawson & Sodd earlier this year, is also the host of a great podcast that focuses on eminent domain and condemnation....read more
Inverse Condemnation Part 5: Federal Cases After Hurricane Katrina
This is Part 5 of a series of blog posts on important inverse condemnation cases. In the final blog of this series, we’ll discuss 2...read more
Inverse Condemnation Part 4: Flood Control and Property Damage
This is Part 4 of a series of blog posts on important cases in the history of inverse condemnation claims. In this blog, we’ll explore...read more
Inverse Condemnation Part 3: Nature of the Damage and State of Mind
This is the third blog in a series about key cases in inverse condemnation. Previous blog posts discussed the meaning of the Takings Clause and...read more
Inverse Condemnation Part 2: How Do Courts Determine Whether a Claim Involves Negligence or an Unconstitutional Taking?
This blog is the second in a series of posts on significant inverse condemnation cases. In the first blog, we discussed Tarrant Regional Water District...read more
Inverse Condemnation Part 1: What Is The Takings Clause?
Tarrant Regional Water District v. Gragg is one of the most significant inverse condemnation cases in Texas. Glenn Sodd, Clay Beard, Jason Sodd and Jody...read more
Do You Have a Hurricane Harvey Inverse Condemnation Claim?
Hurricane Harvey ravaged many Texas communities with flooding, leading to hundreds of thousands of insurance claims across the state. Some Harvey flood claims are a...read more