J. Jamie Fisher is an accomplished eminent domain attorney in Los Angeles, representing business owners and individuals alike in matters of eminent domain and inverse condemnation. In addition, Mr. Fisher is a practicing Los Angeles real estate attorney at the law offices of Fisher & Talwar. Jamie's legal experience includes handling matters relating to construction defects, buyer/seller disputes, ADA compliance, CEQA, landlord/tenant and unlawful detainer. As a successful eminent domain attorney, J. Jamie Fisher knows how to handle the often complex, confusing and intimidating process of eminent domain litigation. Mr. Fisher's extensive eminent domain experience has played a critical role in recovering fair compensation for his clients' losses.
Prior to joining personal injury lawyer Vibhu Talwar - who also handles complex business litigation and breach of contract cases, Mr. Fisher was with a boutique eminent domain law firm, where he played an integral role in obtaining tens of millions of dollars in settlements and jury verdicts.
Mr. Fisher has litigated eminent domain and/or inverse condemnation matters against various government agencies throughout Southern California including the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD), California Department of Transportation (CALTRANS), Alameda Corridor Transportation Authority (ACTA), Alameda Corridor-East Construction Authority (ACE), and numerous cities, counties, redevelopment agencies and other school districts.
Among Los Angeles lawyers currently in practice, Jamie Fisher has been recoginzed by Super Lawyers as a rising star in the area of eminent domain law.
• Rising Stars: 2010, 2013
Admitted: 2000, California
Professional Webpage: www.fishertalwar.com/our-attorneys
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