Winston-Salem Journal: Supreme Court Rule on Beltway Condemnation Above link is from the Winston-Salem Journal reporting that the N.C. Supreme Court will hear and rule on the Inverse Condemnation claim over Northern Beltway. Matthew Bryant, condemnation attorney North Carolina, chairs the Hendrick Bryant Nerhood Sanders & Otis LLP condemnation committee. Hendrick Bryant is the lawfirm […]

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If you’re an owner in the Northern Beltway or other property affected by the Map Act Corridor, know this: The NC Department of Transportation is spending this with law firms to fight you: $325/hour for attorneys at Smith Anderson. Their associates between $190-210. $170/hr for paralegals $250/hour for attorneys at Teague Campbell. Associates paid $225. […]

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On Friday, August 21, 2015, the North Carolina Supreme Court granted discretionary petition to hear the Kirby v. NC Department of Transportation appeal. This case is whether the NCDOT’s use of the Map Act Corridor was inverse condemnation against NC Property owners. Earlier this year, the N.C. Court of Appeals unanimously held that the Map […]

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