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CLE International Eminent Domain Conference: Preparing Yourself for the Future of Condemnation

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Stark & Stark Shareholder Timothy P. Duggan, Chair of the firm’s Eminent Domain Group, will present at the CLE International’s “Eminent Domain Conference: Preparing You for the Future of Condemnation,” which will be held on March 26-27, 2015, at The Westin in San Diego, CA. Mr. Duggan will be Key Note Speaker on the “Featured Panel Presentation”… Continue Reading

Stark & Stark Shareholders will Speak at Upcoming CLE International Conference

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The attorneys at Stark & Stark are dedicated to providing continuing legal education to their peers and attorneys throughout New Jersey. Stark & Stark Shareholders Timothy P. Duggan and Gary S. Forshner will speak at the CLE International “Eminent Domain Update Conference,” being held on Monday, January 13, 2014 at the Hyatt Regency New Brunswick. Mr. Duggan, Co-Chair of the event, will present on “Eminent Domain Reform in New Jersey.” Mr. Forshner and Mr. Duggan will both present on “Ethics for the Eminent Domain Practitioner.”

Stark & Stark Wins Case For Property Owner Against Rowan University

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On May 17, 2011, Timothy P. Duggan, Chair of Stark & Stark’s Eminent Domain and Property Valuation Group, was successful in obtaining a jury verdict in a condemnation action for $4, 450,000. Mr. Duggan represented the owner of an old bank building which was taken by Rowan University. When Rowan University and the property owner could not reach an agreement on the amount of just compensation, the matter was tried before a jury in Camden County, New Jersey.

Billboards: Real or Personal Property When Taken by The Government

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On November 1, 2010, the New Jersey Supreme Court refused to review a decision by the Appellate Division of the Superior Court of New Jersey holding that a billboard located along the New Jersey Turnpike was not “real property” under the Eminent Domain Act of 1971. New Jersey Turnpike Authority v. Witt, et. al., Docket No. A-0995-09T3 (App. Div. July 15, 2010).