True North represents Miami, Florida landowners whose property the Federal government took under the federal Trails Act. The federal Trails Act imposes a new easement for public recreation and a future possible railroad across landowners’ property. The United States Supreme Court has ruled that when the federal government invokes the Trails...
(U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit), 188 F. Supp.3d 577 (E.D. Va. 2016), affirmed 843 F.3d 592 (4th Cir. 2016) Thor was appointed by Virginia’s Attorney General as special counsel for the Commonwealth of Virginia to defend the state’s photo-voter ID law. As lead trial and appellate counsel Thor successfully defended the Virginia...
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Big win for us at @FederalTakings. Thanks to @inversecondemnation for blogging. The case involves Florida landowners but will help landowners across the country. "Federal Circuit: When Road Is The Property Boundary, Owner's Fee Goes Up to the Centerline" https://shar.es/a3NeUN
True North announces huge victory for
landowners in the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit https://truenorthlawgroup.com/true-north-wins-significant-victory-for-%e2%80%a8landowners-in-the-federal-circuit/ @invcondemnation
Thanks to @invcondemnation for blogging about our big win today in the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit for property owners. https://shar.es/a3N1pB
Congrats to @takinglawyer & @marzullalaw for $59 million settlement in breach-of-trust federal lawsuit on behalf of Quapaw tribal members in NE Oklahoma. https://marzulla.com/restoring-dignity-to-the-members-of-the-quapaw-o-gah-pah-tribe-of-oklahoma/
MO House passes Grain Belt Express legislation prohibiting use of eminent domain for private-entity "merchant lines" (high-voltage lines not built to accommodate purchase and sale of transmitted electricity to consumers within the state) @Missourinet: https://www.missourinet.com/2020/02/14/haahr-and-hansen-focused-on-missouri-property-rights-legislation/