Lindsay S. C. Brinton Quoted in The Current in Noblesville Regarding Landowners’ Rights in Nickel Plate Rail Trail Conversion

Lewis Rice member Lindsay S. C. Brinton was featured in The Current in Noblesville after holding meetings with landowners in Fishers and Noblesville, Indiana regarding the federal government's taking of property for the Nickel Plate Rail Trail Conversion, and how affected landowners could be eligible to file a compensation claim.  

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Lindsay represents landowners across the country pursuing their Fifth Amendment Takings claims against the federal government. She 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. Lindsay's goal is to obtain compensation from the government for the taking of their land for the public recreational trail.

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