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Federal Judge Refuses to Certify Class Action in Addicks and Barker Flood Takings Litigation

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Houston, TX, December 17, 2021 –(PR.com)– On December 15, 2021, Judge Charles F. Lettow of the United States Court of Federal Claims declined to certify a class action in litigation in which thousands of owners of private property located behind the Addicks and Barker reservoir project in Harris County and Fort Bend County, Texas allege the government took their property without just compensation by diverting flood water during Hurricane Harvey in 2017.

Vuk Vujasinovic of VB Attorneys is one of the counsel in the litigation and was on the team that won a liability finding for thirteen “test cases” in December 2019. Vujasinovic is not among the counsel responsible for class action matters.

Vujasinovic says a motion to certify a class action was filed by other counsel, and denied by Judge Lettow. Judge Lettow’s order indicates the motion for class certification was “DENIED both because of the timing of their request and their…

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