Video 2 of 2 where Matthew Bryant, a NC Eminent Domain Attorney, who successfully argued constitutional case that the NC Transportation Corridor Map Act was inverse condemnation by the North Carolina Department of Transportation in case Kirby v. North Carolina Department of Transportation. This is Part 2 in the videos discussing the Northern Beltway Forsyth County. […]

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Matthew Bryant discussing the history of the Inverse Condemnation-Map Act.  This is part one of two videos. Matthew Bryant is the North Carolina attorney who filed and successfully argued the N.C. Transporation Corridor Map Act was unconstitutional and was inverse condemnation by the North Carolina Department of Transportation. Mr. Bryant is the chair of Hendrick […]

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http://www.johnlocke.org/newsletters/research/2015-02-20-gee9rr3cip8pddb79fftb7vm73-legal-update.html The article gives a shout out to the property owners and attorney Matthew Bryant: “Everyone involved in the outcome deserves our congratulations and our praise: the property owners for their courage; Matt Bryant and the rest of the property owners’ legal team for their diligence; and Chief Judge McGee for her scholarship, her clarity […]

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http://www.journalnow.com/opinion/editorials/editorial-beltway-landowners-appeals-court-makes-a-just-ruling/article_344b5f40-b92d-11e4-95ba-530049685930.html?mode=jqm One excerpt from the Winston-Salem Journal editorial on February 22, 2015 (link above) states: “But last week’s ruling was still a good one.” The Winston-Salem Journal has been very supportive of the Northern Beltway property owners through the years. The newspaper understood the injustice of the NCDOT longstanding business practice concerning the Map Act […]

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Court decision on Forsyth beltway may help Guilford landowners A wonderful, succinct article by Jonnelle Davis of the Greensboro News & Record. The writer sums up the Map Act Corridor filing as it affects all property owners whose property has been marked by the North Carolina Department of Transportation. A good read. The result reached […]

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Citizens Win Lawsuit vs. the State over Northern Beltway Fox8 News interviews Northern Beltway Property Owners & attorney Matthew Bryant of Hendrick Bryant Nerhood Sanders & Otis concerning the nature of the Beltway Map Act issues and the Court of Appeals victory filed on February 17, 2015 on the issue of inverse condemnation. “Really what […]

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If you are in one of the Map Act corridor routes, the time is now to hire Hendrick Bryant to handle your case. No need to wait, the time is now to call 336-723-7200 for The Inverse Condemnation Attorneys who fought the case from start to finish and won the battle for you in the […]

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Article in Winston-Salem Journal about landowners and effect of the win in the North Carolina Court of Appeals. Beltway Owners Optimistic their wait may be over February 19, 2015 Inverse Condemnation Attorneys, led by Matthew Bryant, won the battle with the help of 70 brave property owners. Call Hendrick Bryant Nerhood Sanders & Otis to […]

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Triad Business Journal Article: State must pay property owners along Winston-Salem loop Triad Business Journal reports on the groundbreaking ruling from the North Carolina Court of Appeals case, Kirby v. North Carolina Department of Transportation. Beltway property owners may proceed with eminent domain claims for damages in the trial courts. Call Matthew Bryant if you […]

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Raleigh News & Observer: “Appellate court limits NCDOT’s power to reserve land indefinitely” The Raleigh News & Observer article above describes the landmark N.C. Court of Appeals decision on behalf of Property Owners throughout North Carolina. Property owners in Map Act corridors now have a ruling that their cases may proceed as a taking under […]

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