Barron, Adler, Clough & Oddo, LLP, Texas Condemnation Attorneys
Barron, Adler, Clough & Oddo, LLP is a boutique law firm focusing in eminent domain, condemnation, inverse condemnation and regulatory takings. With offices in Austin and Houston, Texas, we represent clients throughout Texas and represent more clients in more Texas cities than any other firm of eminent domain attorneys.
Our Texas eminent domain lawyers have successfully handled eminent domain cases for a variety of landowners including individual property owners, business owners, tenants, and public agencies and entities. These cases have covered a broad range of properties, ranging from residential, commercial and industrial properties to vacant land to special use properties.
Barron, Adler, Clough & Oddo, LLP was named one of the "Best Law Firms" in 2012-2017 by U.S. News and World Reports. The Firm earned this honor because of the work performed by our Texas eminent domain lawyers representing clients and the interests of landowners in eminent domain cases.
Barron, Adler, Clough & Oddo, LLP is dedicated to providing clients with the personal one-on-one attention they would receive from a small-firm attorney combined with the experience and resources of a large, well-respected firm. While we have and handled notable and precedent setting cases throughout Texas, we understand that every eminent domain, condemnation and regulatory taking case is of utmost importance to the individuals whose property is affected. Every client benefits from skilled and knowledgeable legal representation provided by our Texas eminent domain attorneys.
Our Texas Eminent Domain Attorneys
The attorneys at Barron, Adler, Clough & Oddo, LLP have a combined 80+ years of experience in eminent domain and regulatory takings. Unlike many other law firms where eminent domain is only one of many practice areas, we focus exclusively on eminent domain law and have successfully handled hundreds of eminent domain cases across the State of Texas. Our attorneys are routinely asked to educate the community, professional organizations and politicians on eminent domain issues and emerging case law. Barron, Adler, Clough & Oddo, LLP worked with the then Lieutenant Governor in drafting the Texas Property Rights Act to help protect the rights of landowners. Some of our lawyers have been named among the Best Lawyers in America, Texas' Best Lawyers and Texas Super Lawyers.
Our condemnation lawyers have spoken at educational events throughout Texas on the issue of eminent domain and regulatory takings, and host an annual CLE the one of the most widely attended eminent domain conferences in the country. Our attorneys have appeared on behalf of clients in condemnation cases at special commissioners’ hearings (the administrative level), in county court at law or district court (the trial level), and in the intermediate appellate courts, the Texas Supreme Court and at all levels of the federal judiciary.
Contact Our Texas Eminent Domain Attorneys
Barron, Adler, Clough & Oddo, LLP has offices conveniently located in Austin, Texas and Houston, Texas. However, our reputation and knowledge draws clients from throughout Texas. Contact Barron, Adler, Clough & Oddo, LLP and let us put our 100+ years of combined experience to work assisting you with your eminent domain or regulatory taking issues.
News & Resources
Partner Nick Laurent Quoted in Article About Land Condemnation Lawsuits Tied to Border Wall Construction
May 7, 2021
Discussions continue in South Texas around repairs needed for portions of the Hidalgo County levee system, as well as issues for Texas landowners whose property has been impacted by border wall construction.
Federal Government May be Ordered to Fix Gaps in Hidalgo County Levee System Caused by Border Wall Construction
May 3, 2021
After parts of the levee system in Hidalgo County were destroyed by construction on the border wall, U.S. District Judge Randy Crane may order the federal government to fix the gaps.
Barron Adler Partner Roy Brandys Quoted in Texas Tribune Border Wall Article
December 28, 2020
The Texas Tribune published an article on December 23 about ongoing issues with the acquisition of property for the federal government’s border wall project. Barron Adler partner Roy Brandys was quoted in article discussing title problems and other similar issues that have been encountered as part of the project.
Federal Railroad Administration Releases Regulations on Texas Bullet Train
September 25, 2020
The Federal Railroad Administration has released regulations in connection with the proposed bullet train that would connect Houston and Dallas. These documents collectively outline rules for the system’s signal and trainset control, track, rolling stock, operating rules and practice, system qualifications and maintenance. The documents also set the alignment that the Texas Central Railroad will follow between Dallas and Houston.