Author Topic: Government Takings Litigation Update - Through the Lens of Love Terminal  (Read 627 times)

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The Federalist Society 4/25/2019

A 2018 Federal Circuit Court ruling rejected compensation to the plaintiff in a case in which the government took through eminent domain a privately owned airline terminal and physically demolished it.

The plaintiffs, now seeking cert before the U.S. Supreme Court, spent $17 million building that terminal at Dallas Love Field Airport.

The US Court of Claims ruled that the taking of the terminal was worth more than $133 million, but the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals reversed, declaring the terminal's value to be zero, as the investment property had yet to earn a positive cash flow.

Our panel of experts will discuss the impact of Love Terminal Partners v. US on takings law. George Will will offer opening remarks followed by the panel discussion.


Mr. George Will, Opinion Writer, The Washington Post

Prof. J. Peter Byrne, J. Hampton Baumgartner, Jr., Chair In Real Property Law, Georgetown Law

Ms. Elizabeth P. Papez, Partner, Gibson Dunn

Prof. George L. Priest, Edward J. Phelps Professor of Law and Economics, Yale Law School

Moderator: Mr. Adam Liptak, Supreme Court Correspondent, The New York Times

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