Greater Wilmington Business Journal: On Market Street, $8.5M Buy Comes With N.C. DOT Dilemma

Greater Wilmington Business Journal Sept. 8, 2015 In an $8.5 million deal that closed Sept. 3, a Raleigh-based businessman, who needed to roll some of his own sale proceeds into a similar investment for tax purposes, bought a Market Street property. Read more here: http://www.wilmingtonbiz.com/real_estate_-_commercial/2015/09/08/on_market_street_85m_buy_comes_with_nc_dot_dilemma/13760

Lauren AtkinsGreater Wilmington Business Journal: On Market Street, $8.5M Buy Comes With N.C. DOT Dilemma

NC Lawyers Weekly: Jury hits DOT with $1.2 million bill for parking

NC Lawyers Weekly June 19, 2015 Downtown parking can be pricey. It was particularly pricey for the North Carolina Department of Transportation after a New Hanover County jury awarded $1.2 million in compensation to the owner of a Wilmington shopping complex that will lose about 50 parking spaces due to a road widening. The verdict is almost $1 million more … Read More

Lauren AtkinsNC Lawyers Weekly: Jury hits DOT with $1.2 million bill for parking

WECT-TV: Property owner wins legal battle with NCDOT, awarded $1.2 million

WECT-TV June 18, 2015 A jury awarded a Wilmington property owner $1.2 million in a lawsuit over the Kerr Avenue widening project. Read more here: http://www.wect.com/story/29355336/property-owner-wins-legal-battle-with-ncdot-awarded-12-million

Lauren AtkinsWECT-TV: Property owner wins legal battle with NCDOT, awarded $1.2 million

Star News: Shopping complex owner wins lawsuit about DOT property valuations

Wilmington Star-News June 17, 2015 A jury has awarded $1.2 million to the owner of a shopping complex who complained that the N.C. Department of Transportation was undervaluing the property for its project to widen Kerr Avenue. Read more here: http://www.starnewsonline.com/news/20150617/shopping-complex-owner-wins-lawsuit-about-dot-property-valuations

Lauren AtkinsStar News: Shopping complex owner wins lawsuit about DOT property valuations

Triangle Business Journal: Jury awards N.C. property owner $1.2M verdict against NCDOT

Triangle Business Journal June 17, 2015 The N.C. Attorney General’s Office has not ruled out an appeal in a case that saw a Wilmington jury award a $1.2 million verdict to a local property owner who claimed a N.C. Department of Transportation project destroyed access to half the location’s parking lot. Read more here: https://www.bizjournals.com/triangle/news/2015/06/17/jury-awards-wilmington-property-owner-1-2m-verdict.html 

Lauren AtkinsTriangle Business Journal: Jury awards N.C. property owner $1.2M verdict against NCDOT

Charlotte Observer: Legislation could make NCDOT pay more when it takes land

Charlotte Observer March 23, 2015 Two bills before state House committees this week would give property owners more rights and more money when the state takes their land – or even thinks about taking it. Read more here: https://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/politics-government/article16135223.html#storylink=cpy

Lauren AtkinsCharlotte Observer: Legislation could make NCDOT pay more when it takes land

News & Observer: Legislation could make NCDOT pay more when it takes land

News & Observer March 23, 2015 Two bills before state House committees this week would give property owners more rights and more money when the state takes their land – or even thinks about taking it. Read more here: https://www.newsobserver.com/news/local/news-columns-blogs/article16123112.html#storylink=cpy

Lauren AtkinsNews & Observer: Legislation could make NCDOT pay more when it takes land

CSH Law Update: North Carolina Lawyer’s Weekly List of Top 25 Verdicts & Settlements of 2013

February 12, 2014 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. … Read More

TeamMultiverseCSH Law Update: North Carolina Lawyer’s Weekly List of Top 25 Verdicts & Settlements of 2013

CSH Law Update: George Autry Elected to Owners’ Counsel of America Board of Directors

February 5, 2014 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

TeamMultiverseCSH Law Update: George Autry Elected to Owners’ Counsel of America Board of Directors

CSH Law Update: George and Stephanie Autry Present at Eminent Domain/Land Condemnation CLE

February 3, 2014 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 … Read More

TeamMultiverseCSH Law Update: George and Stephanie Autry Present at Eminent Domain/Land Condemnation CLE