Here's a short one from the Ohio Supreme Court. In City of Girard v. Youngstown Belt Railway Co., No. 2012 Ohio 5370 (Nov. 21, 2012), the court held:
In this case, we are called upon to determine the extent to which the Interstate Commerce Commission Termination Act ("ICCTA"), 49 U.S.C. 10101 et seq., preempts a state’s eminent-domain action over a parcel of property owned by a railway company. Based on our interpretation of the legislation at issue and its application to the unique facts of this case, we find no preemption, and we therefore reverse the judgment of the court of appeals.
Slip op. at 1-2. Not really an eminent domain heavy issue, and if federal preemption is your thing, check it out. More here from the local newspaper.