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 thirty 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
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.