CLE Hours: 6 including 6 General, 0 Ethics, 1 Professionalism, 3 Trial Practice
June 16, 2023
8:00 In-person registration
Deloise Mathews, ICLE Sr. Program Coordinator, State Bar of Georgia, Atlanta, GA
8:35 Welcome and Program Overview
Harry Thomas Camp, The Camp Firm, LLC, Newnan, GA
8:40 Annual Eminent Domain Case Law Update
Ashlynn Hutton; Parker Poe Attorneys and Counselors at Law Hutton, Atlanta, GA
9:10 Impact of New ‘Petition for Review’ Statute on Condemnation Litigation
R. Matthew Reeves, Andersen, Tate & Carr, PC, Duluth, GA
10:20 Lawyering before Condemnation: Special Stipulations to GDOT’s form ‘Option for Right of Way,’ Administrative Review of FMV, and other Out-of-Court (and Out-of-this-World) Resolutions,
J. Scott Jacobson, Holt Ney Zatcoff & Wasserman LLP, Atlanta, GA
11:05 Examination of Experts at Trial: Lessons Sometimes Painfully Learned
Nicholas S. Papleacos, Chamberlain Hrdlicka White Williams & Aughtry, Atlanta, GA
12:50 Mediation and Secured Lenders in Condemnation
Ivy Cadle, Baker Donelson Bearman Caldwell & Berkowitz PC, Macon, GA
1:35 How to Obtain Relocation Benefits through Eminent Domain and the Uniform Act
Martyn Daniel, Martyn Daniel, LLC, Washington State
Ruthie Snell, Power Snell PC, McDonough, GA
Matt Reeves is a partner at Andersen, Tate & Carr in Gwinnett County and has experience representing property owners and business owners in condemnation matters. Matt is a former President of the Gwinnett County Bar Association and graduated from UGA School of Law and Mercer University. He represents Suwanee, Sugar Hill & Duluth in the Georgia House of Representatives.
Ruthie K. Snell is a Partner at Power Snell, PC, a law firm specializing in eminent domain law with offices in Atlanta, Macon and McDonough. Ruthie has practiced almost exclusively in eminent domain since she began practicing law in 2015. She is appointed a Special Assistant Attorney General for the State of Georgia and represents the Georgia Department of Transportation in that capacity across the state. Ruthie also represents Henry County in condemnation litigation as well as multiple other local government agencies. Ruthie also has experience representing property owners in condemnation actions.
Ruthie received her undergraduate degrees in Political Science and Convergence Journalism from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas in 2010. Ruthie received her Juris Doctor from Georgia State University in 2014.
For 25 years, Martyn Daniel has provided business relocation planning services to several hundred displaced persons, including industrial, commercial, non-profit, mom-and-pop operations, and homeowners, while following the Federal Uniform Act. Individual relocation costs have ranged from a few thousand dollars to $35 million. His expert knowledge of methods for distinguishing trade fixtures (personal property) from permanent fixtures (real property) has added nearly $8M in additional relocation reimbursements for a single client. He has supported this work in claims, negotiations, appeal hearings, mediations, and trials.
Cost to Cure and Replacement Cost Estimates
For nearly 40 years, Martyn Daniel has prepared construction preliminary designs and cost estimates. The recent 25 years have focused on developing designs and cost-to-cure estimates for partial takings of real property. Those estimates have been as high as $1 million for right-of-way work and $1.2 billion for the current value of real property improvements. This work is typically related to eminent domain and other real property valuation needs. He has supported this work in claims, negotiations, mediations, arbitrations, and trials.
Why it Works
Martyn’s education in architecture and business, along with IRWA courses and CLE seminars related to the Uniform Act, coupled with his previous history in design/construction work of nearly 20 years as a commercial general contractor has led to his ability to provide easy-to-visualize schematic designs and exhibits along with detailed construction cost estimates for purposes of relocation, acquisition, cost-to-cure, replacement value.
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