Lindsay S. C. Brinton and Meghan S. Largent Host Informational Meeting in Sarasota, Mentioned in Herald Tribune

Lewis Rice members Lindsay S. C. Brinton and Meghan S. Largent hosted informational meetings for residents of Sarasota County, Florida whose property might be seized to construct the Legacy Trail extension. The more than 400 landowners are potentially eligible for compensation from the federal government if some of their land is taken as part of the National Trails System Act.

To read the local Herald-Tribune's write-up from the meetings, click under "Resources" below.

Lindsay and Meghan's primary focus is representing landowners across the country to pursue their Fifth Amendment Takings claims against the federal government. These clients’ claims arose from a conversion of their property under the federal National Trails System Act.

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