Lindsay S. C. Brinton Quoted in News and Tribune Regarding Land Seizure of Southern Indiana Rail Line

Lewis Rice attorney Lindsay S. C. Brinton was quoted in the Indiana publication News and Tribune regarding the 62 mile easement in Southern Indiana to be used as a rail line, which has since been abandoned. In the article, "Plaintiff list grows in Southern Indiana rails-trails civil case," Lindsay indicates that several hundred landowners have already filed a claim for just compensation for the taking, but even more have yet to file a claim.

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Lindsay represents landowners throughout the United States pursuing takings claims against the federal government. One of her primary focuses is representing land owners in what is commonly referred to as rails to trails takings. Lindsay litigates cases in the United States Court of Federal Claims on behalf of those whose property was taken by the federal government pursuant to the National Trails System Act, which authorizes abandoned railroad lines to be converted to public parks.