Clark Hill Attorney Stephon B. Bagne published article in May/June edition of Right of Way Magazine
– Clark Hill attorney Stephon B. Bagne published an article titled “Broad Rights of an Avigation Easement” in the May/June edition of Right of Way magazine. The article focuses upon the requirement that condemning authorities pay just compensation based upon the assumption that all rights involuntarily acquired from property owners will be used to the fullest extent of the law in the context of his trial and appellate experiences dealing with airport easements.
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Bagne’s practice focuses upon eminent domain, real estate and commercial litigation. He has extensive litigation experience. He has successfully handled matters involving condemnation, breach of contract, commercial leasing issues, property tax appeals, employment disputes, non-compete litigation, construction disputes, Uniform Commercial Code issues, de facto takings, adverse possession, defamation, lawsuits seeking injunctive relief, and municipal defense involving zoning, wrongful demolition, police misconduct and wrongful termination.
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