Environmental Law

Environmental Law

4717 Grand | Suite 830 | Kansas City, MO 64112 | 816-931-6300
Real estate and condemnation actions require a mediator who is experienced in dealing with the demanding issues that these areas present.  The real estate mediator or condemnation commissioner must deal with multiple parties, different landowners, varied municipal zoning laws, title companies, governmental entities and multiple lawyers at the same time. Knowledge of real estate practice, the culture and applicable insurance issues are indispensable.  As a Circuit Judge, Jay Daugherty tried, conducted settlement negotiations and mediated real estate related cases for over 20 years, ranging from large multi-party real estate disputes to governmental condemnations to smaller residential cases. Examples include large highway and road construction cases involving municipalities and MoDot; real estate disputes on the Plaza, in Independence, Lee's Summit, Blue Springs and downtown Kansas City; commercial real estate disputes involving downtown high-rises, building projects in the Power and Light District, and suburban shopping malls; condo conversions downtown and in the River Market; simple property line or land use disputes between neighbors in residential areas; and many more.  In the condemnation field, Judge Daugherty conducted jury trials in a significant number of condemnation cases, appointed commissioners and negotiated settlements where appropriate.  He will bring true judicial neutrality to his work as a condemnation commissioner.     These experiences give Jay Daugherty the knowledge and skill to handle even the most complex real estate disputes, whether they involve office buildings, condos, industrial space, homes, suburban malls, undeveloped land, road projects, condemnations or other real estate issues.  To schedule a mediation or arbitration click on the icon below, follow the directions and set your mediation or arbitration immediately while online. Schedule Mediation Online 
Nothing contained herein is intended to give legal advice.  Individuals should always consult with an attorney before entering into a contract.

Environmental Law

4717 Grand | Suite 830 | Kansas City, MO 64112 | 816-931-6300
Real estate and condemnation actions require a mediator who is experienced in dealing with the demanding issues that these areas present.  The real estate mediator or condemnation commissioner must deal with multiple parties, different landowners, varied municipal zoning laws, title companies, governmental entities and multiple lawyers at the same time. Knowledge of real estate practice, the culture and applicable insurance issues are indispensable.  As a Circuit Judge, Jay Daugherty tried, conducted settlement negotiations and mediated real estate related cases for over 20 years, ranging from large multi-party real estate disputes to governmental condemnations to smaller residential cases. Examples include large highway and road construction cases involving municipalities and MoDot; real estate disputes on the Plaza, in Independence, Lee's Summit, Blue Springs and downtown Kansas City; commercial real estate disputes involving downtown high-rises, building projects in the Power and Light District, and suburban shopping malls; condo conversions downtown and in the River Market; simple property line or land use disputes between neighbors in residential areas; and many more.  In the condemnation field, Judge Daugherty conducted jury trials in a significant number of condemnation cases, appointed commissioners and negotiated settlements where appropriate.  He will bring true judicial neutrality to his work as a condemnation commissioner.     These experiences give Jay Daugherty the knowledge and skill to handle even the most complex real estate disputes, whether they involve office buildings, condos, industrial space, homes, suburban malls, undeveloped land, road projects, condemnations or other real estate issues.  To schedule a mediation or arbitration click on the icon below, follow the directions and set your mediation or arbitration immediately while online. Schedule Mediation Online

Environmental Law

Nothing contained herein is intended to give legal advice.  Individuals should always consult with an attorney before entering into a contract.