Butzel attorney Darius Dynkowski featured during January 13 Oakland County Bar Association program
DETROIT, Mich. – Butzel attorney Darius W. Dynkowski will be a featured presenter during an Oakland County Bar Association (OCBA) professional development program on Thursday, January 13, 2022.
The virtual program will feature a discussion on F.P. Development v. Canton -- Uprooting Local Ordinances. Notably, the federal Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals invalidated Canton’s tree ordinance, deeming it an unconstitutional taking. The OCBA discussion, which is designed for municipal and real estate attorneys, will address questions including:
- What do municipalities with similar ordinances do now?
- How will opponents of local ordinances challenge those ordinances?
- What should municipalities do to make their ordinances less prone to successful challenges?
Dynkowski concentrates his practice in the areas of condemnation and eminent domain, inverse condemnation and defacto takings, regulatory takings, property tax appeals, real estate valuation litigation, general real estate litigation including easements, leases, property line disputes, and all other aspects of real property dispute resolution in both state and federal courts. He is fully licensed in Michigan and Ohio and has handled matters nationally.
He has devoted his career to protecting private property rights and specializes in all aspects of real estate and business valuation. He has guided his career on the basic premise that no one should be forced to face the involuntary loss of their property by a governmental agency without representation.