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International Eminent Domain Conference November 3-4, 2011

October 18, 2011


Eminent Domain and Valuation Practice

Because Results Count

Katherine M. Meleski
John C. Murphy

John C. Murphy
(714) 277-1701

Douglas J. Evertz
(714) 277-1702

Jennifer R. McClure
(714) 277-1704

Jennifer Wood Dienhart
(714) 277-1703

Brad B. Grabske
(714) 277-1705

Katherine K. Meleski
(714) 277-1712

Lisa J. Lambert
(714) 277-1706

Emily L. Madueno
(714) 277-1707

Avi M. Attal
(714) 277-1720

Ali V. Tehrani
(714) 277-1718

Joan S. Rudisil
(714) 277-1708

Murphy & Evertz Attorney Speaks at CLE International Eminent Domain Conference November 3-4, 2011

Murphy & Evertz Managing Partner, John C. Murphy, will speak at the 13th Annual CLE International Eminent Domain Conference to be held at the Hotel Nikko, in San Francisco on November 3-4, 2011.

Mr. Murphy will speak on:

Jury Selection: Insight Into Choosing a Jury for an Eminent Domain Case

Register today to secure your spot at what is sure to be a popular program. You can register by going onto the CLE International web page at www.cle.com.

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