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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.
New Bill Could Better Protect Texas Landowners In Eminent Domain Cases
June 9, 2021
House Bill 2730 has been sent to the Governor for consideration. If signed into law, the legislation could provide more protection for Texas landowners facing condemnation of their property.
El Paso Landowner Fighting TxDOT To Buy Back Land At Fair Price
May 21, 2021
After receiving just compensation from the Texas Department of Transportation in an El Paso eminent domain dispute in 2017, two local Texas property owners are now fighting to buy back their land at a fair price.
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.