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Prejudgment Possession: An Eminent Domain Law Update

Meyers Nave Principal Brenda Aguilar-Guerrero, Chair of Meyers Nave’s Eminent Domain & Inverse Condemnation Practice Group, invites you to attend CLE International’s 21st Annual Eminent Domain Law Conference to be held October 17-18 at the BASF Conference Center in San Francisco. Brenda has served as the conference Program Co-Chair since 2007. The two-day conference includes more than one dozen sessions addressing California’s constantly changing Eminent Domain legal and regulatory landscape.

Prejudgment Possession Update

Brenda and Meyers Nave Associate Annie Smiddy will present a session on Prejudgment Possession, which will cover the following topics.

  • Authority for Prejudgment Possession
  • Purpose of Prejudgment Possession
  • How Prejudgment Possession Works
  • Timing Considerations and Procedural Requirements
  • Substantive Requirements
  • Public Entity’s Overriding Need and Substantial Hardship
  • Balance of Harms
  • Order for Prejudgment Possession
  • Examples of Litigated Right-to-Take Challenges

Elimination of Bias in the Legal Profession

Brenda will also present with Camille Hamilton Pating, Co-Chair of Meyers Nave’s Labor & Employment Practice Group, on the topic of Identifying and Minimizing Implicit Bias, which qualifies attendees for MCLE in Eliminating Bias in the Legal Profession.

Conference Registration
Date: October 17 – 18
Time: 8:45 AM – 4:45 PM
Location: Bar Association of San Francisco Conference Center
Register: Please click here for the agenda and here to register on the CLE International website.
MCLE Credit: Approved for 12 hours of MCLE credit, including one hour of elimination of bias credit, and 12 hours of IRWA and Appraiser credit.