Denlow & Henry sue the City of St. Louis to Collect $2.2 Million Judgment

Denlow & Henry sue the City of St. Louis to Collect $2.2 Million Judgment

In 2008, a jury awarded Denlow & Henry’s client $2.9 million for property taken by the City of St. Louis on behalf of a developer. After crediting the City for what it already paid, the owner was entitled to $1.9 million more. The City appealed. After years of appeals, the Missouri Supreme Court terminated any further proceedings. By this time, the owner was entitled to $2.2 million because of accrued interest. The City has since refused to pay the judgment, prompting Denlow & Henry to take unprecedented steps to sue the City in a collection action. The action was the topic of recent St. Louis Post-Dispatch article.


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January 7, 2014 / Uncategorized

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Denlow & Henry is the only Missouri law firm practicing solely in eminent domain law. More importantly, we only represent property owners.

Our firm has offered these services for more than 35 years. We have diligently protected the constitutional property rights of our clients and strived to obtain full compensation for the taking of their property.


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