Steve Davis, a partner with True North Law, was a featured speaker at the Missouri Bar’s Annual Meeting and Judicial Conference in Springfield, Missouri, as highlighted by Missouri Lawyers Weekly. The Bar asked Steve to address Missouri’s new election reform legislation and other election litigation issues. Before joining True North, Steve served as an Assistant United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Missouri and as the Missouri Election Day Operations Director for the 2012 Mitt Romney presidential campaign. Since 2012, Steve has been heavily involved in election litigation both in Missouri and across the country.
- True North Law asks court to hold the federal government liable for taking additional Sarasota landowners’ property
- U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit hears oral argument in important Fifth Amendment taking case in which True North Law filed an amicus brief
- U.S. Supreme Court Opens New Term with Sackett v. EPA Property Rights Case
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Great summary of a great conference! @invcondemnation: https://www.inversecondemnation.com/inversecondemnation/2022/10/brigham-kanner-property-rights-conference-wrap-up.html @BrighamKanner @PacificLegal @OwnersCounsel @StephenSDavis @SteveClarkeVA
Louisiana repeats Judge Smails' decree (in Caddyshack) - "You'll get nothing and like it!" - in egregious case of government taking of private property w/o compensation in violation of 5th Amend. Check out True North's SCOTUS amicus brief in this case at: https://truenorthlawgroup.com
True North Law files SCOTUS amicus brief supporting Louisiana landowners whose property was taken w/o compensation in violation of 5th Amend. Honored to file on behalf of @ReasonFdn & @slf_liberty in support of @PacificLegal. Read it at: https://truenorthlawgroup.com @invcondemnation
Happy 16th birthday to @invcondemnation! We don't know where you find the time, but we're grateful for your work!
Thanks to @invcondemnation for highlighting our 11th Circuit oral argument in Sabal Trail v. 18.27 Acres, where the condemnor argued that when it condemns land and forces private landowners into court, the pipeline doesn't need to pay their attorney fees. https://www.inversecondemnation.com/inversecondemnation/2022/08/ca11-oral-arguments-in-pipeline-taking-if-florida-law-says-the-owner-gets-compensation-plus-a-car-do.html