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.
June 21, 2019
Phillips 66 and Plains All American recently announced a new project called the Red Oak Pipeline that is intended to transport crude oil from Cushing, Oklahoma to Sealy, Texas. Enterprise Products, which operates an oil terminal in Sealy, indicated it was not involved in conversations with Phillips 66 as it relates to a Sealy connection. Initial service of the new pipeline is expected to commence as early as the first quarter of 2021.
May 28, 2019
Sen. Lois Kolkhorst announced on May 26 that her bill, SB 421, aimed at reforming the eminent domain process to protect landowners had failed.
April 10, 2019
The White House has announced the President intends to execute two new executive orders that will make it easier for the oil and gas industry to obtain permits for pipeline construction. The executive orders, which will be announced at the International Union of Operating Engineers' International Training and Education Center outside Houston, will each focus on incentivizing private investment in energy infrastructure and streamlining permitting of projects, according to a White House official.
April 10, 2019
Senate Bill 421, the omnibus eminent domain reform bill filed by Senator Lois Kolkhorst, has passed the Texas Senate by a vote of 28-3. The bill was opposed by oil and gas interests in the Senate and opposition is expected in the Texas House.