Meet Our North Carolina Land Condemnation Lawyers
At HensonFuerst, our land condemnation and eminent domain lawyers keep track of projects affecting homeowners throughout North Carolina. Whether your property is in the path of a proposed roadway project or a right of way agent has already contacted you about your land, we're ready to help if the NCDOT, state or local government, or a corporation wants to seize your home, property, business, or church.
David Henson earned his bachelor’s degree with academic distinction from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1995. He then went on to receive his Juris Doctor from the University of North Carolina School of Law in 1998.
David joined HensonFuerst in 1998, and has led and managed the injury, disability, and mass tort sections of the firm for 15 years.
Currently, David focuses his professional time on helping North Carolinians affected by eminent domain and land condemnation. He is passionate about representing individuals, businesses, and churches facing land seizure by the government.
Anne Duvoisin Fisher
Anne Duvoisin Fisher received her bachelor’s degree cum laude from Duke University in 1973. She then went on to earn an honorary scholarship to the University of North Carolina School of Law, where she received her Juris Doctor in 1978.
Anne has an extensive background litigating a wide variety of case types, including criminal law, medical malpractice, and inverse land condemnation. After joining HensonFuerst in 2003, she went on to found the firm’s Land Law Division in 2011, and she now serves as the division’s practice leader.
Focusing her practice on land condemnation, land contamination, and related claims, she also serves as an arbitrator and mediator.
As a frequent lecturer and Co-Chair of the Eminent Domain Subcommittee of the American Bar Association Litigation Committee, Anne teaches other lawyers in continuing education courses and educates the public. She has recently taught courses on hydraulic fracturing (fracking), inverse condemnation, and constitutional law related to regulatory takings.