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Wednesday, June 27, 2012
New Law Blog on Eminent Domain Law and Public Projects in Nebraska
Recently, Baylor Evnen, a law firm with offices in Lincoln and Syracuse, Nebraska launched a blog discussing eminent domain law in Nebraska. The goal of baylorevnencondemnation.com “is
to provide information that every Nebraska landowner should know if faced with the
prospect of having property taken through eminent domain.” Bloggers Bill Blake and Jarrod Crouse will track and provide up to date
information on public projects which may affect property owners' rights across the
state. The blog provides a
forum for discussions about condemnation practices and procedures and invites visitors to post questions about pending projects and the law of eminent domain in an effort to ensure
Nebraska landowners are informed should their property be threatened by
This blog will be a go-to resource for Nebraska landowners and anyone interested in projects such as the TransCanada Keystone XL pipeline and the Heartland Expressway.
[Disclosure: William Blake is the
Owners’ Counsel of America member attorney in Nebraska.]
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