Paul G. Henry
Paul G. Henry is a principal partner at Denlow & Henry, with offices in St. Louis and Kansas City, Missouri. For over 25 years, he has concentrated his practice on the representation of Missouri property owners in eminent domain proceedings, inverse condemnation claims and land valuation litigation across the state.
He currently serves as the Chair of the Missouri Bar Committee on Zoning & Eminent Domain Law. He has also served as a member of the Missouri Bar Board of Governors and has been appointed to chair several other committees. He is the recipient of the Distinctive Service Award by the Solo and Small Firm Committee of the Missouri Bar.
Paul is a frequent lecturer on eminent domain and property rights issues at legal conferences, trade groups and to private landowners in Missouri and nationally. He has authored a number of articles and papers on topics relating to condemnation law including two chapters of the Missouri Bar deskbook on Condemnation Practice (4th ed. 2009).
- American Law Institute: Eminent Domain and Land Valuation Litigation, “Everything About Eminent Domain I Need to Know I Learned from Star Trek: Do the Needs of Many Outweigh the Needs of a Few?,” January 2017, San Diego, CA.
- CLE International Eminent Domain Institute, “Role of Civil Engineers in Eminent Domain Proceedings,” September 2016, Las Vegas, NV
- Missouri Bar Solo and Small Firm Conference, “Environmental Issues In Real Estate Transactions & Litigation,” June 2015, Branson, MO
- Missouri Bar Committee and Eminent Domain, “Eminent Domain Caselaw Update,” November 2014, Jefferson City, MO
- National Business Institute, “Eminent Domain from Start to Finish,” August 2013, National Webcast
Bar Memberships and Admissions
- Missouri Bar
- U.S. District Court Eastern District of Missouri
- U.S. District Court Western District of Missouri
- Chair, Missouri Bar, Zoning and Eminent Domain Committee, 2013 – Present & 1998-2000
- Chair, Missouri Bar, Solo and Small Firm Committee, 2001 – 2003
- Chair, Missouri Bar, Technology and Computer Law Committee, 1996 – 1998