CSH Law Attorneys Receive $1.2 Million Verdict for Shopping Center

Attorneys in the Land Condemnation & Eminent Domain Practice Group at Cranfill Sumner & Hartzog LLP (CSH Law) recently won a major verdict for the owners of a commercial shopping center located in Wilmington. Due to a road widening project on Kerr Avenue and Market Street in Wilmington, Carmine LLC lost a driveway and access point on Kerr Avenue, half … Read More

Katie BagwellCSH Law Attorneys Receive $1.2 Million Verdict for Shopping Center

Jury Needs Just 20 Minutes to Conclude Eminent Domain Matter in Person County

When it comes to matters of eminent domain North Carolina government entities aren’t always as accurate as they should be. This was the case with a matter that Cranfill Sumner & Hartzog tried in the Person County Superior Court in February of 2015. The North Carolina Department of Transportation offered just $6,700 for a strip of land in Roxboro. By … Read More

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Roseclay, LLC and the City of Charlotte Mediate a Fair Eminent Domain Settlement

When a City wants to expand its mass transit system, it’s an almost certain bet that some citizens will lose their property rights. This was the case when the City of Charlotte, expanded its light rail system. Unfortunately for property owner Roseclay, LLC, the growing light rail line needed part of its shopping center for a five deck parking structure. … Read More

TeamMultiverseRoseclay, LLC and the City of Charlotte Mediate a Fair Eminent Domain Settlement

CSH Law Breaks Own Eminent Domain Settlement Record

The Cranfill, Sumner & Hartzog firm is celebrating a record-breaking win for its eminent domain lawyers. The attorneys set the new statewide record for the largest eminent domain settlement in the history of the North Carolina Department of Transportation with an astounding win of $22.5 million. The settlement rewarded the owner of a commercial shopping center who lost a portion ... Read More
TeamMultiverseCSH Law Breaks Own Eminent Domain Settlement Record

North Carolina Lawyer’s Weekly List of Top 25 Verdicts & Settlements of 2013

The Land Condemnation & Eminent Domain practice group of Cranfill Sumner & Hartzog LLP was featured in North Carolina Lawyer’s Weekly Top 25 Verdicts and Settlements of 2013. The group represented clients in three settlements against the North Carolina Department of Transportation listed in the Top 25. Two of the settlements were listed in the Top 10. The settlements represented … Read More

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George Autry Elected to Owners’ Counsel of America Board of Directors

Raleigh, N.C. – George Autry, an attorney in the Raleigh office of Cranfill Sumner & Hartzog LLP (CSH Law), was recently elected to serve a three-year term on the board of directors for the Owners’ Counsel of America (OCA), a national network of experienced condemnation attorneys.  George Autry, Stephanie Autry, and Brady Wells, all attorneys in the Raleigh office of … Read More

TeamMultiverseGeorge Autry Elected to Owners’ Counsel of America Board of Directors

George and Stephanie Autry Present at Eminent Domain/Land Condemnation CLE

George Autry and Stephanie Autry presented at two continuing legal education seminars in New Orleans on Jan. 23-25. George and Stephanie, attorneys in the Raleigh office of Cranfill Sumner & Hartzog LLP, presented “Use of First and Second Generation Rents and Just Compensation” at the Eminent Domain and Land Value Litigation Seminar. They co-authored the presentation with Richard Marchitelli, MAI, … Read More

TeamMultiverseGeorge and Stephanie Autry Present at Eminent Domain/Land Condemnation CLE

NC DOT: More Time, More Money

North Carolina Land Condemnation and Eminent Domain Lawyer

After tying up property for two decades, state pays big when it finally moves forward with highway project North Carolina Lawyers Weekly  |  December 19, 2011 By Sharon McCloskey William Sanders was not yet 60 years old when the state Department of Transportation first identified his 700 acres as being in the path of the planned Fayetteville outer loop highway. This … Read More

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ONWASA Settles Multimillion Dollar Land Lawsuit

Jacksonville NC Daily News  |  November 25, 2011 By Lindell Kay Backfiring eminent domain plans have cost ONWASA $7.5 million in a recent land dispute settlement, according to court records. Prior property owners who lost their land in condemnation actions by the Onslow Water and Sewer Authority were seeking up to $40 million for potential mineral mining profits they say … Read More

TeamMultiverseONWASA Settles Multimillion Dollar Land Lawsuit

When Prayer Alone Doesn’t Work, Hire a Lawyer

North Carolina Land Condemnation and Eminent Domain Lawyer

Greensboro Church Collects More Than Double the State’s First Offer in an Eminent Domain Action North Carolina Lawyers Weekly  |  November 14, 2011 By Sharon McCloskey It’s been more than five years since Sedgefield Baptist Church first learned that a six-lane roadway might be passing through its sanctuary. That’s when the North Carolina Department of Transportation first approached the church … Read More

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