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Eminent domain negotiations require transparency with landowners

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Adam C. Hall is a Crowe & Dunlevy Director attorney and member of the firm’s Energy, Environment and Natural Resources, Real Estate and Construction Practice Groups.

Adam C. Hall is a Crowe & Dunlevy Director attorney and member of the firm’s Energy, Environment and Natural Resources, Real Estate and Construction Practice Groups.

Eminent domain negotiations with landowners require transparency Q: There is an increasing trend of companies utilizing eminent domain to acquire land relating to oil, gas and renewable energy projects and, with this, landowners are becoming increasingly sophisticated in the process. What should energy and renewable energy companies know...
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