Rainey Obtains Favorable Condemnation Settlement

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Michael S. Rainey recently negotiated a settlement for an easement sought by the Atlantic Coast Pipeline project in Eastern North Carolina. Thanks to Mr. Rainey’s efforts throughout the process, his clients were able to recover more than 13 times the initial written offer submitted by the condemning authority for the Atlantic Coast Pipeline without the need for engaging in litigation.

A shareholder at Young Moore, Michael focuses his practice on the field of complex civil litigation, product liability, and condemnation/eminent domain cases. He represents both landowners and condemning authorities in condemnation/eminent domain matters. Contact Michael at (919) 861-5022 or

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