North America Innovative Lawyers: Standing Up for a Little Guy Who Bet the Farm and Won

Financial Times

"Following nine years of litigation, Kinder Morgan was facing a $100m judgment for back rent and interest for its pipelines running beneath Union Pacific railroad's right of way. The case centred on how the courts treat land belonging to railways and the amount of rent owed to Union Pacific for Kinder Morgan's easements beneath Union Pacific's right of way."

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