If you are involved in an eminent domain, condemnation, or inverse condemnation case in the State of Texas, let the attorneys at Barron, Adler, Clough & Oddo, LLP put their combined 80+ years of experience to work for you. Our Texas eminent domain attorneys possess the legal knowledge, creativity, innovative spirit, resources and experience to help you reach a desired resolution. Contact us today through our contact form or by calling our Austin or Houston office to speak with an eminent domain lawyer.
The eminent domain law firm of Barron, Adler, Clough & Oddo, LLP has been helping clients throughout Texas for more than thirty years with eminent domain, inverse condemnation and regulatory taking cases. Our client list includes national, regional, and local landowners, landlords and tenants. Most of our cases come from referrals from our past clients and from other law firms that want their clients to benefit from counsel that only work in this narrow area of law. Through the years, our Texas attorneys have handled some of the largest and most legally significant eminent domain and condemnation cases in the state.
If you are involved in an eminent domain, condemnation, or inverse condemnation case in the State of Texas, let the lawyers at Barron, Adler, Clough & Oddo, LLP put their experience to work for you. Our Texas eminent domain lawyers possess the legal knowledge, creativity, innovative spirit, resources and experience to help you reach a desired resolution. Contact an eminent domain or condemnation attorney at our Austin or Houston office today to learn more about your case.
January 25, 2019
Sen. Lois Kolkhorst and Rep. DeWayne Burns have filed companion bills in the Legislature that would reform the eminent domain system in Texas (Senate Bill 421 and House Bill 991). Similar bills have been filed in prior Legislative sessions, but have failed.
January 22, 2019
An article about the border wall and unique legal issues associated with it, written by Barron Adler lawyers Roy Brandys, Nick Laurent, and Blaire Knox, has been published in the American Bar Association Solo, Small Firm & General Practice Section Magazine. The article is a re-print of the same article that was previously published in the ABA Real Property, Trusts & Estate Law Section Magazine. A lengthier version of the article has also been published in the ABA Real Property, Trust & Estate Law Journal, Vol 53, No. 1 (Spring 2018).
January 14, 2019
The Brownwood Bulletin reports that Plains All American Pipeline has offered to make $1 million available for grants to public safety agencies that are within 30 miles of the company’s Permian Basin to Houston pipeline. The pipeline will cross through the norther portion of Brown County, and the company also plans to build a second pipeline through the norther part of the County.