As one of the oldest and most well-respected eminent domain firms in Texas, Barron, Adler, Clough & Oddo, LLP is proud of its reputation. A part of being a good citizen of Texas is involvement in the community.
All of our attorneys believe in giving back to the community. Many of our Texas eminent domain attorneys are members of professional organizations and have lectured extensively to help educate other professionals and the public on eminent domain issues. Many of our lawyers have a career history of working as public servants. Others volunteer on boards and with community groups and charitable organizations.
Our memberships, community involvement and activities, past and present, include:
- Chairing annual CLE conferences on Eminent Domain in Austin and Houston
- Lecturing at various speaking engagements
- Chairing committees on condemnation for the American Bar Association
- On the Board of the Anti-Defamation League
- On the Board of Breakthrough Austin
- Membership in the State Bar of Texas
- Membership in legal fraternities
- Membership on various boards of directors including the Frost National Bank Advisory Board of Directors
- Membership in Sunturians
- Volunteering with Homes for the Homeless
- Membership in the Austin Disaster Relief network
At Barron, Adler, Clough & Oddo, LLP, our involvement with the greater Texas community will never be limited to representing clients with strong and knowledgeable legal advocacy. We know there is more.
News & Resources
New cross-state pipeline project proposed
February 14, 2018
A new 520-mile natural gas pipeline project is currently in an open season for new shipping contracts. The Permian to Katy Pipeline, a Sempra LNG & Boardwalk Pipeline Partners jointly developed project, would have a capacity of 1.7Bcfd to 2.25Bcfd. The pipeline would be 36” for most of its length, but increase to 42” inches near its terminus. The project is estimated to be in-service in the third quarter of 2020.
Federal government issues border wall pre-solicitation notice
February 14, 2018
The federal government recently issued a Pre-Solicitation Notice to potential vendors regarding the “Rio Grande Valley border barrier segment 01.” The estimated contract value is between $25 million and $100 million. The federal government’s estimated solicitation date is February 25, 2018, contingent on fiscal year 2018 funding, and a May 6, 2018 contract award date.
U.S. Department of Transportation Releases Environmental Impact Statement on the Dallas-Houston Bullet Train
January 11, 2018
The draft Environmental Impact Statement, released by the U.S. Department of Transportation, doesn't necessarily endorse the so-called Utility Corridor. The U.S. Department of Transportation still has 60 days to hear from the public before a final decision is made at a date undetermined.