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Eminent domain law on agenda.

John J. Reilly, whose practice at the Westfield-based law firm of Farer Fersko, focuses strongly on eminent domain law, will moderate a presentation at Urban Core III, New Jersey's premier revitalization workshop. Urban Core III will be presented on February 15, 2007 at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC) in Newark.

Reilly chairs his firm's Litigation & Condemnation practice group. He concentrates his practice in condemnation and eminent domain, and environmental and commercial litigation.

At Urban Core III, Reilly will moderate a timely point-counterpoint discussion between attorneys presenting both the property owner's and the municipal/redeveloper's perspectives on the use of eminent domain in New Jersey for redevelopment purposes.

Registration for the program, which is presented by the Urban Land Institute (ULI) and Langan Engineering & Environmental Services, Inc., is at the ULI website (www.nnj.uli.org).
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