Miller, Miller & Canby’s Joe Suntum to Present at 2015 National Eminent Domain Conference
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Miller, Miller & Canby’s Joe Suntum to Present at 2015 National Eminent Domain Conference

Posted October 21, 2014 at 7:18 PM

Joe Suntum is among a panel of the nation’s top eminent domain and condemnation law attorneys who will be presenting for ALI-CLE 2015 Eminent Domain and Land Valuation Litigation and Condemnation 101, to be held in San Francisco on February 5-7. The conference is widely considered to be the most comprehensive gathering of attorneys who focus in this area of the law.  

New developments in the law are constantly changing the practice of eminent domain and land valuation. While recommended for the practitioner at the early stages of his or her career, the conference is also valuable for even the most seasoned condemnation lawyer. The conference addresses the specific areas where changes will reshape the practice, essentially providing an update on the current state of eminent domain case law, as well as delivering tips on strategies and tactics attorneys may implement in their practice. Mr. Suntum’s presentation, “Opening and Closing:  Laying out your Case and Bringing it Home,” will focus on procedural and persuasive strategies for opening and closing arguments at trial.  For more information on the conference click here.

Joe Suntum is a Principal at Miller, Miller & Canby who, in addition to his eminent domain and condemnation practice, handles a wide variety of substantive areas of litigation, including, complex business litigation and appellate advocacy. U.S. News – Best Lawyers has awarded Miller, Miller & Canby a “First-Tier” honor for their Eminent Domain and Condemnation practice. Mr. Suntum is a named Super Lawyer in the State of Maryland, and is also the Maryland member attorney for the Owner’s Counsel of America, a nationwide network of the nation’s top condemnation attorneys.

For information about Miller, Miller & Canby’s eminent domain and condemnation practice click here, or contact Mr. Suntum directly via email.