Kevin Andrew Day specializes in representing public entities, publicly regulated utilities and private business owners in eminent domain matters throughout Southern California. The majority of the public projects he has worked on have been large-scale and linear in nature, resulting in challenges and claims that increase in complexity and scope as the project proceeds. He has worked on projects varying from roadway realignment to public transportation facilities to the development, production and transmission of renewable energies throughout California. He has experience in all phases of public projects and eminent domain actions, including pre-project planning and acquisition, early project implementation and all aspects of eminent domain and inverse condemnation litigation.
Kevin has extensive trial experience in complex valuation trials addressing novel issues in severance damages, appraisal theory and other property valuation areas. He has garnered positive results for clients with innovative pretrial motion practice and trial preparation methods that distill complex issues for the court and jury. Additionally, he has trial experience addressing constitutional right to take issues in multiple bench trials with voluminous and varied administrative records.
Kevin also practices in the area of complex litigation arising out of business successes and failures, including positive trial experiences (both bench and jury) and multiple arbitration victories. His business litigation practice has also yielded two published appellate decisions in his clients' favor.