UPDATE: Bill Approved to Limit Eminent Domain by Property Owners' Improvement Districts

March 6, 2013
Representative Kim Hammer's bill (now Act 290) to curtail the use of Eminent Domain by Property Owners' Improvement Districts has passed the Arkansas House and Senate. Essentially the new eminent domain law removes the ability for property owners' improvement districts to use eminent domain and condemnation to acquire rights-of-way outside of the district's boundaries.

U.S. Eyes 450,000 Miles of New Pipe - Eminent Domain Battles Expected

February 21, 2013
In Arkansas, we have seen the explosion of natural gas production and it has had a significant impact on our State. As the demand for an alternative to foreign oil continues to rise, so does the demand for domestic production infrastructure to harvest the country's natural resources. Often the land necessary to construct the new infrastructure will be acquired by eminent domain.

Eminent Domain Lawyers Moffitt & Phillips Representing Landowners on AR Hwy. 5 Widening from I-30 to Pulaski County Line

February 15, 2013
Arkansas Eminent Domain Attorneys Moffitt & Phillips are taking clients affected by the Arkansas Hwy. 5 widening from Interstate 30 to the Pulaski County Line. The Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department (AHTD) has announced a widening project for Arkansas Highway 5 due to continuing growth and increasing congestion for travel between Saline County and Pulaski County.

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