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Brad Kuhn specializes in real property and business litigation. He represents property owners, developers, business owners, and public agencies with various aspects of real property and business claims, lease disputes, and other land use and planning issues. Mr. Kuhn’s work also includes representing clients in connection with eminent domain, inverse condemnation, loss of business goodwill, relocation assistance, pre-condemnation delay, and right-to-take challenges.
Mr. Kuhn is experienced in real estate and business valuation issues, land-use entitlement matters, landlord/tenant issues, contract disputes, and other real property and business torts. He also advises businesses on employment-related matters and construction disputes.
Prior to joining Nossaman, Mr. Kuhn was a Judicial Extern to Justice Richard D. Fybel, California Court of Appeal, Fourth District, Division Three. He also served as an intern for U.S. Representative Christopher Cox.
Over the past few years, we've seen California courts go in several different directions when it comes to admitting opinions on the value of a business' loss of goodwill in the context of an eminent domain action. As a result, eminent domain attorneys, public agencies, and...
There are a number of redevelopment updates making headlines both in California and nationwide. National Redevelopment Update: We've been following H.R. 1433 -- the "Private Property Rights Protection Act of 2011" -- a bill that would limit the power of eminent...
Here's a quick update about some recent headlines in our eminent domain community. Eminent Domain for New School in Foster City? According to a Mercury News article, Charter Square owners resistant to selling property to school district, the San Mateo-Foster City School District is...
We all knew that redevelopment agencies wouldn't go down without a fight after the California Supreme Court delivered the elimination-knock-out-punch in California Redevelopment Association v. Matosantos. As expected, agencies took a two-pronged approach to try and stave off their...
We've been closely tracking H.R. 1433 -- the "Private Property Rights Protection Action of 2011" -- a bill that would limit the power of eminent domain on a national platform. (See our August and April 2011 posts.) There hasn't been much action lately, but we...