Eminent Domain & Inverse Condemnation

Our attorneys “wrote THE BOOK” in this area of law, as authors of the eminent domain and inverse condemnation chapter of the Miller & Starr, California Real Estate 4th treatise.

That treatise has been and is cited regularly in appellate decisions in this area of the law. We have experience in all aspects of eminent domain and inverse condemnation, representing property owners, tenants, businesses and condemning agencies in both jury trials and court trials.

Our practice includes issues regarding the right to take, precondemnation damages, goodwill damages, severance damages and just compensation. Because we have represented both public agencies and private landowners in this area, we have unique insight and perspective, resulting in excellent outcomes for our clients.

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Arielle Harris Joins Miller Starr Regalia As Land Use Shareholder

Miller Starr Regalia (MSR), a preeminent California real estate law firm for more than 50 years, announced today that Arielle O. Harris, who has over a decade of experience in land use, environmental, and natural resources law and litigation, is joining the firm’s Land Use Department as a shareholder.