Location: Virtual Classroom, CA
- Southern California Chapter
- Lianna Ayala
- 818-957-5111 (2)
- Virtual Classroom
- Virtual Classroom
Virtual Classroom, CA
- Pierce, Esq. , Bradley D. / Thompson, MAI, AI-GRS, Bradford
AI Price: $30.00
Full Price: $30.00
Check in at: 1:30 PM PST
Program starts at: 2:00 PM PST
Program ends at: 4:00 PM PST
As part of the required attendance monitoring, all students need to provide the
Chapter Office with a copy of your Driver's License in advance of the
Simply take a picture of your DL with
your phone or send a scanned copy to firstname.lastname@example.org
Registrants who have not yet forwarded
their photo IDs will be ineligible for credit and will be prohibited from
attending the seminar.
Up To 15 days
prior to program start date, $10.00 cancellation fee.
2 - 14 days prior
to program start date, $15.00 cancellation fee.
Less than 2 days
prior to program start date, forfeit of payment.
land value vs. improved land value. What’s the difference and how might
they be applied? Site coverage ratios vs. units of value. Why does this
matter in the context of improved land values? Reconciling the appropriate
methods to conclude at just compensation for land and site improvements.
Applicable case law on comparable sales.
Brad Pierce is a trial attorney with extensive experience in
complex litigation actions. A large part of his practice focuses on
representing governmental entities and private business and land owners in cases
involving eminent domain, inverse condemnation and other land use disputes.
Mr. Pierce has acted as lead counsel on complex jury and bench
trials involving a variety of property rights and commercial issues. He
frequently handles challenging valuation issues involving the value of the land
taken, pre-condemnation damages, severance damages, loss of business goodwill
and challenges to the right to take. Mr. Pierce is experienced in all aspects
of the condemnation process, including pre-acquisition planning, selection and
coordination of the services of appraisers and other expert witnesses,
negotiation, relocation assistance, and environmental issues.
Mr. Pierce has acted as Special Counsel for: Counties; Cities;
School Districts; Airport Districts; a variety of Water Districts and numerous
other special districts. He handles a variety of litigation issues for public
agencies, when the issue calls for his expertise or general counsel has a
Thompson, MAI, SR/WA, AI-GRS
Managing Partner of Thompson & Thompson, established 2020. Entered the
appraisal field in 1989, and was with the appraisal firm of Mason and Mason
from 1991thru 2019, Corporate Partner 2006 thru 2019. Functions include research,
consulting, appraisal report preparation, and expert testimony for a variety of
property types, including industrial, commercial, retail, office, vacant
acreage, and single and multi-family residential properties. Property
valuations for eminent domain both full and partial acquisitions, inverse
condemnation, property tax appeals, possessory interests, asset management, and
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CHECK IN AT 1:30 PM
PROGRAM STARTS AT 2:00 PM
the student's responsibility to have the required equipment - dependable Internet access, computer, webcam and
microphone. As noted in the material
section below, some registrants who opt not to print out the seminar materials
may find a secondary device (Ipad, cell phone, laptop or desktop computer)
helpful during instruction.
webcam is required. The
instructor and/or session monitor must be able to see each of the students and
verify that they have access to the seminar materials throughout the
presentation. If you do not have a camera on your computer, they are
available at BestBuy and other online retailers starting at around $30.
Webcams must remain on throughout the
offering. Those who turn off their webcams jeopardize receipt of CE
credit. No camera = no credit.
Joining the offering with a cell phone
is not recommended as these devices often lead to
connection problems. Cell phones are better utilized solely as a
Students must be able to see and be
seen. They must be able to view the instructor's PowerPoint, and follow along
in handbook all at the same time, while the instructor sees them.
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