Bruce L. Ingram
Bruce, a partner at Vorys, Sater, Seymour and Pease, has practiced eminent domain law in Ohio for 35 years. He has provided counsel to landowners in countless scenarios involving eminent domain and inverse condemnation – from the government building a new highway to the government flooding farmland. In 2006, he was appointed by the speaker of the Ohio House of Representatives to the Eminent Domain Task Force, which helped recommend changes to the state eminent domain law that we believe favored landowners. Read more.
Joseph R. Miller
Joe, also a partner, has been handling a variety of eminent domain cases for 15 years. He has helped to obtain substantial jury verdicts and settlements, including seven-figure amounts, on behalf of landowners in eminent domain litigation. He has argued cases on behalf of landowners before the Supreme Court of Ohio and countless other courts across the state. Joe is an Ohio State University and Harvard Law School graduate. Read more.
Thomas H. Fusonie
Tom, a partner, has valuable experience representing property owners across Ohio. In one instance, he recovered a jury verdict that was four times the original offer from the condemnor. He also secured compensation for landowners whose land was being taken in part by a pipeline easement. Read more.
John M. Kuhl
John, a partner, has significant experience representing Ohio property owners. He assists homeowners, businesses and farmers that have had their land taken by the Ohio Department of Transportation. He is one of two attorneys in Ohio listed as an Ohio Super Lawyers "Rising Star" in eminent domain. Read more.