McNees Attorney Kandice Hull will present a Pennsylvania State Association of Township Supervisors (PSATS) Webinar
May 21, 2020
We are pleased to announce that Kandice Hull will be the live webinar presenter on “Is Your Township Prepared for More De Facto Takings Claims?” on Thursday, June 4, 2020 PSATS Webinar at 12 pm (EDT).
This webinar will discuss the potential for increased litigation over takings claims against townships in light of the recent U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Knick v. Township of Scott. In that case, a Pennsylvania township adopted an ordinance that a resident claimed was a de facto taking of her property without just compensation. Additionally, the Pennsylvania appellate courts have issued a spate of recent decisions concerning de facto condemnation claims. In this webinar, Kandice will review what these decisions may mean for Pennsylvania municipalities and ways in which municipalities can better protect themselves from potential takings claims.
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Kandice is Chair of the Litigation Group and leads the Eminent Domain Practice.
She focuses her practice on the representation of clients in complex commercial litigation in business disputes.
She has in-depth experience in real property litigation. Kandice handles both federal and state claims and represents clients in cases involving breach of contract claims, quiet title actions, and land use disputes, among others.
Kandice regularly counsels both condemnors and condemnees in eminent domain matters. She has experience defending private property owners in both federal and state condemnation actions. She has successfully secured the constitutional guarantee of payment of just compensation for the taking of the property and damages to the remainder property caused by condemnation. Kandice has additionally assisted clients in asserting inverse condemnation claims where the condemning authority’s activities resulted in a taking of private property without formal condemnation proceedings. On the other side of such matters, Kandice has experience asserting the rights of public entities under the Eminent Domain Code and the Pennsylvania Business Corporation Law, including, among others, the right of public utilities related to Marcellus Shale infrastructure projects.
Kandice has years of experience in the appellate courts, representing individuals, businesses, and trade organizations in matters before the Pennsylvania Supreme, Superior, and Commonwealth Courts and consulting on matters proceeding to appellate litigation. Kandice previously served as a law clerk to the Honorable Thomas G. Saylor, now the Chief Justice of Pennsylvania.
McNees is a full-service law firm based in central Pennsylvania with more than 130 attorneys representing corporations, associations, institutions, and individuals. The firm serves clients worldwide from offices in Harrisburg, Lancaster, York, State College and Scranton, PA; Columbus, OH; Frederick, MD; and Washington, D.C. McNees is also a member of the ALFA International Global Legal Network.