At Barron, Adler, Clough & Oddo, LLP, we treat every client with respect and personal service. Our dedication to our clients has helped us become one of the most respected eminent domain firms in Texas and has earned us numerous honors and awards over the 35 years since Barron, Adler, Clough & Oddo, LLP’s inception.
Clients we have represented over the years include:
- Advanced Micro Devices (AMD)
- Church’s Chicken
- Covert Buick
- Endeavor Real Estate Group
- First Baptist Church of Georgetown
- H. E. Butt Grocery Company
- Home Depot
- Hunt Realty
- Life Storage
- McDonald's Corporation
- Public Storage
- Roman Catholic Diocese of Austin
- Simon Property Group
- Taco Bell
- Taco Cabana
- Tetco Stores, L.P.
- The Nature Conservancy
- Weingarten Realty Investors
News & Resources
City of Denton Continues Efforts for 2014 Road Bond Program
July 16, 2021
The City of Denton is continuing its work on various phases of the Bonnie Brae reconstruction, which began several years ago following voter approval of the City’s 2014 bond program. The widening project has not yet started, as the City continues to work to obtain additional funding and the necessary rights of way.
TxDOT Reopens Public Comment for I-45 Project in Houston
July 9, 2021
After the Federal Highway Administration halted development of the North Houston Highway Improvement Project last month, the Texas Transportation Commission this week decided to reopen public comment for the controversial project.
Developer moving forward with plans for construction of high-speed train between Dallas and Houston
June 21, 2021
Private development company Texas Central has signed a $16-billion contract with engineering and construction company Webuild to move forward with plans for a bullet train connecting North Texas and Houston.
Governor Abbott’s Border Wall Plan Could Create New Eminent Domain Issues For Texas Landowners
June 11, 2021
This week, Gov. Abbott announced his initial plans for Texas to build its own border wall, with more details to be shared next week. This action follows President Biden’s suspension of border wall construction earlier this year.