North Carolina Lawyers Weekly: Immunized: No slowdown seen in Top V&S of 2020

North Carolina Lawyers Weekly Feb. 25, 2021 The thing that really jumps out at you about North Carolina Lawyers Weekly’s list of the Top Verdicts & Settlements of 2020 is how utterly ordinary it is. There are slightly fewer verdicts than is typical, but nothing about the list would give you any indication that anything unusual was going on in … Read More

Heather ShepherdNorth Carolina Lawyers Weekly: Immunized: No slowdown seen in Top V&S of 2020

North Carolina Lawyers Weekly: DOT to pay $19.1M to settle Map Act claim

North Carolina Lawyers Weekly Jan. 21, 2021 The North Carolina Department of Transportation is paying $19.1 million to settle a claim by a Wake County family whose land was seized for a major highway project under the now-defunct Map Act, the family’s attorneys report. Read more here: https://nclawyersweekly.com/2021/01/21/dot-to-pay-19-1m-to-settle-map-act-claim/

Heather ShepherdNorth Carolina Lawyers Weekly: DOT to pay $19.1M to settle Map Act claim

North Carolina Lawyers Weekly: Union Co. family gets $850K, 20x DOT deposit, for loss of access

North Carolina Lawyers Weekly Feb. 25, 2019 The North Carolina Department of Transportation has settled with a Union County family for $850,000, more than 20 times the DOT’s initial deposit, after it permanently eliminated direct access to one property and temporarily eliminated direct access to another, dramatically reducing their value, the family’s attorneys report. Read more here: https://nclawyersweekly.com/2019/02/25/union-co-family-gets-850k-20x-dot-deposit-for-loss-of-access/

Lauren AtkinsNorth Carolina Lawyers Weekly: Union Co. family gets $850K, 20x DOT deposit, for loss of access

North Carolina Lawyers Weekly: Top V&S of 2018: Eminent domain and defense verdicts

North Carolina Lawyers Weekly Feb. 25, 2019 Last week Lawyers Weekly published the biggest plaintiffs’ verdicts and settlements of 2018. This week we present the biggest eminent domain verdicts and settlements of 2018, along with our selections for the top defense verdicts of the year. Read more here: https://nclawyersweekly.com/2019/02/22/top-vs-of-2018-eminent-domain-and-defense-verdicts/

Lauren AtkinsNorth Carolina Lawyers Weekly: Top V&S of 2018: Eminent domain and defense verdicts

North Carolina Lawyers Weekly: This old house: NCDOT pays $1.2M for taking

North Carolina Lawyers Weekly February 11, 2019 The North Carolina Department of Transportation will pay a Union County family $1.2 million after taking 3.21 acres of land and several easements to develop the Monroe Bypass, the family’s attorneys report. Read more here: https://nclawyersweekly.com/2019/02/11/this-old-house-ncdot-pays-1-2m-for-taking/

Lauren AtkinsNorth Carolina Lawyers Weekly: This old house: NCDOT pays $1.2M for taking

North Carolina Lawyers Weekly: State pays owner $1.88M for highway land-taking

North Carolina Lawyers Weekly Feb. 5, 2019 The North Carolina Department of Transportation Turnpike Authority has settled with a Union County land developer for $1.88 million for land that was taken to build the Monroe Bypass, a lawyer for the owner reports. Read more here: https://nclawyersweekly.com/2019/02/05/state-pays-owner-1-88m-for-highway-land-taking/

Lauren AtkinsNorth Carolina Lawyers Weekly: State pays owner $1.88M for highway land-taking

North Carolina Lawyers Weekly: State pays storage facility $3.29M for land-taking

North Carolina Lawyers Weekly Jan. 29, 2019 The North Carolina Department of Transportation Turnpike Authority has settled with a self-storage facility in Matthews for $3.29 million over a disagreement over the value of a piece of property that was taken to build a new highway, a lawyer for the facility reports. Read more here: https://nclawyersweekly.com/2019/01/29/state-pays-storage-facility-3-29m-for-land-taking/

Lauren AtkinsNorth Carolina Lawyers Weekly: State pays storage facility $3.29M for land-taking

North Carolina Lawyers Weekly: Landowner to get $2.5M from DOT, almost 3x deposit

North Carolina Lawyers Weekly July 19, 2018 The North Carolina Department of Transportation will pay $2.5 million—almost three times what it initially deposited—for taking almost an acre and a half of right-of-way, plus other takings, from a four-acre tract in Union County as part of its construction of the Monroe Bypass, the landowner’s attorneys report. Read more here: https://nclawyersweekly.com/2018/07/19/landowner-to-get-2-5m-from-dot-almost-3x-deposit/

Lauren AtkinsNorth Carolina Lawyers Weekly: Landowner to get $2.5M from DOT, almost 3x deposit

North Carolina Lawyers Weekly: Landowner to get $2M from DOT, almost 3x deposit

North Carolina Lawyers Weekly June 7, 2018 The North Carolina Department of Transportation will pay slightly more than $2 million for the taking of roughly 16 acres of right-of-way from a large tract of undeveloped land in Union County as part of the construction of the Monroe Bypass, the landowner’s attorneys report. Read more here: https://nclawyersweekly.com/2018/06/07/landowner-to-get-2m-from-dot-almost-3x-deposit/

Lauren AtkinsNorth Carolina Lawyers Weekly: Landowner to get $2M from DOT, almost 3x deposit

North Carolina Lawyers Weekly: NC Largest Verdicts and Settlements of 2017

North Carolina Lawyers Weekly February 12, 2018 In this issue, North Carolina Lawyers Weekly presents its annual compilation of million-dollar verdicts and settlements. Read more here: https://nclawyersweekly.com/2018/02/09/february-12-2018/

Lauren AtkinsNorth Carolina Lawyers Weekly: NC Largest Verdicts and Settlements of 2017