Kurt H. Garber is a partner with Fishback Dominick Law Firm and concentrates his practice in the areas of eminent domain/condemnation law, property rights litigation, zoning and land use law, and administrative law. Mr. Garber is licensed to practice law in Florida and Tennessee. Mr. Garber has represented land owners, developers, business owners, national retailers, ranchers, and governmental agencies in eminent domain/condemnation law cases for over twenty (20) years. Mr. Garber has an AV Preeminent Review rating from Martindale-Hubbell, has been recognized by Woodward White’s Best Lawyers in America since 2007, selected Orlando Best Lawyers by Orlando Magazine since 2007, and selected for inclusion in the Florida publication Super Lawyer, Eminent Domain since 2011.
Mr. Garber has practiced as a member of the Florida Bar for 22 years, during which time he has represented property owners, tenants and business owners in eminent domain, inverse condemnation and property rights litigation.
Member, Memphis State University Law Review, 1993-1994. Author: "When Does a Temporary Denial of Access Become a Compensable Taking," 25 U. Mem. L. Rev. 271 (1994). Co-Editor, National Survey of Eminent Domain Law, A Synopsis of Important Legal Decision, 1997, 1998, ABA Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California, 1997 and Toronto, Canada, 1998. Speaker: "Road and Access Law in Florida: How to Research and Resolve Disputes," National Business Institute (NBI), Orlando, Florida, 1999. Author/Speaker: "Pre-Condemnation Planning: Issues and Techniques for the Property Owner," Eminent Domain Seminar, Tampa, Florida, 2003.