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post dateSeptember 13, 2018  |   post categoriesNews  |   post comments number0 comment Read more  >
Bruce Humphrey Recognized in 2018 Edition of Florida Legal Elite for Eminent Domain

Bruce Humphrey Recognized by Florida Trend as Florida Legal Elite in Eminent Domain Bruce B. Humphrey was recently recognized in the 2018 edition of Florida Trend’s Florida Legal Elite™.  For 15 years, Florida Legal Elite has presented a prestigious roster of attorneys chosen for recognition by their peers. The 1,012 lawyers listed in the 2018 […]

post dateJuly 22, 2016  |   post categoriesNews  |   post comments number0 comment Read more  >
Bruce Humphrey recognized 2016 Florida Legal Elite

Mr. Bruce B. Humphrey Recognized as Florida Legal Elite ST. PETERSBURG, FL. (June 22, 2016) – Mr. Bruce B. Humphrey of Birchfield & Humphrey in Jacksonville was recently recognized in the 2016 edition of Florida Trend’s Florida Legal Elite™.  The list of 1,144 honorees, published in the July issue of Florida Trend magazine, includes attorneys […]

post dateFebruary 29, 2016  |   post categoriesResults  |   post comments number0 comment Read more  >
FDOT v. Client – Interchange Property

Initial Offer: $816,500 Settlement after Trial: $2,632,983 This partial takings case involved a variety of contested legal and valuation issues.  The case was tried before a 12 person jury.  One issue in particular centered around the feasibility of mitigating wetland impacts.  The market recognizes that wetlands can have a significant contributory value if the costs […]

post dateFebruary 29, 2016  |   post categoriesResults  |   post comments number0 comment Read more  >
FDOT v. Client – Interchange Property

FDOT’s Initial Opinion of Value: $194,500 Jury Verdict: $765,635 Comments: The testimony of the property owner was a value of $765,635. This eminent domain case involved a whole taking, or the acquisition of the landowner’s entire property.  The primary issue in the case rested on the reasonable probability of rezoning. Florida law and appraisal practice […]

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TECO v. Client – Gas Pipeline

Initial Opinion of Value: $70,000 Settlement:  $1,150,000 Comments: Settlement included additional concessions from pipeline company. This case involved the partial taking of a permanent easement for a gas transmission pipeline through a heavy industrial property in the process of development.  The imposition of the pipeline required extensive modification to the site plans, re-engineering, and wetland […]

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FGT v. Client – Gas Pipeline

Initial Opinion of Value: $180,352 Settlement: $3,200,000 Comments:  Settlement included additional concessions from pipeline company. This case involved the partial taking of a permanent easement for a gas transmission pipeline through limestone quarry reserves to a cement manufacturing plant.  The valuation of the reserves together with operation impacts were vigorously contested.  The resulting judgment after […]