Update On Easements, Boundary Disputes & Implied Public Dedications - “The Most Prolonged, Petty, and Downright Nasty of All Litigation”

Abbott & Kindermann, LLP


Friday, October 13, 2017
8 a.m. - 11:45 a.m. CDT

Roseville, CA, United States

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Glen C. Hansen of Abbott & Kindermann, Inc., will present an update on recent developments in resolving easement, boundary, and implied public dedication disputes in California. This is an advanced class aimed primarily at land surveyors, civil engineers, attorneys, and property owners. This intense, three-hour class examines recent case law about:


  • Creating, Interpreting, and Terminating Easements
  • Accommodating Neighbors vs. Creating Prescriptive Easements
  • Establishing Equitable Easements
  • When Implied Dedications of Public Easements Exist, and When They Don’t.




Glen Hansen

Invited Speaker

Glen C. Hansen Mr. Hansen is Senior Counsel at Abbott & Kindermann, Inc., and has been practicing law since 1993. He has been with Abbott & Kindermann, Inc. since 2007. Mr. Hansen provides legal counsel and representation to local governments, businesses and individuals in the areas of government law, land use law, drafting and enforcing contracts, real estate law, statutory interpretation, environmental compliance and regulation, inverse condemnation and eminent domain, and tort law. He has litigated actions involving the California Environmental Quality Act, the Subdivision Map Act, the Mitigation Fee Act, U.S. Constitution, among many others. He successfully defended several multi-million-dollar inverse condemnation actions against local governments. Previously, Mr. Hansen was an attorney for 10 years with the law firm of Knox, Lemmon & Anapolsky, LLP, in Sacramento, California. At that firm, Mr. Hansen represented the California Secretary of State, the California District Attorneys Association, trade associations, businesses and individuals in administrative and rule-making proceedings, code enforcement actions, and civil litigation involving election law disputes, interpretation of statutes, real estate law, contract disputes, employment law matters, and business torts. Before that, Mr. Hansen was an attorney for four years with the law firm of Freeman, Brown, Sperry & D'Aiuto, LLP in Stockton, California. There, Mr. Hansen represented local governments, developers and businesses in the areas of land use, real estate contracts, eminent domain, environmental compliance, business torts and commercial transactions. Mr. Hansen currently sits on the Board of Sacramento County Bar Association and the Agribusiness Committee of the Business Law Section of the California State Bar. He is a Dispute Resolution Conference volunteer attorney for the El Dorado County Superior Court. Mr. Hansen is licensed to practice in the United States Supreme Court, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, and United States District Courts for the Eastern, Northern and Central Districts of California, and in all California State Courts. Reported decisions include, among others, Hillside Dairy, Inc. v. Lyons, 539 U.S. 59 (2003); Miller v. Filter (2007) 150 Cal.App.4th 652; Witte v. Kaufman (2006) 141 Cal.App.4th 1201; Schweisinger v. Jones (1998) 68 Cal.App.4th 1320; Beck v. Southern Pacific Trans. Co. (1996) 44 Cal.App.4th 1160 ... Read More

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