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Eminent Domain

Negotiating a Pipeline Easement in Texas

The vast reserves of oil and gas located in West Texas’ Permian Basin have helped the U.S. become the leading energy producing country in the...
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Eminent Domain Dispute: Do Pipelines Serve Public Interest When Their Oil and Gas is Sold Overseas?

Advances in hydraulic fracturing and drilling technologies have allowed energy companies to produce record amounts of oil and gas from West Texas shale deposits. This...
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Tune in for Episode 19 of the Eminent Domain Podcast

Dawson & Sodd partner Clint Schumacher recently added a new episode of his Eminent Domain Podcast! In Podcast Episode 19, Schumacher discusses with New Jersey...
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Clint Schumacher’s Eminent Domain Podcast Is Back!

Clint Schumacher, who joined Dawson & Sodd earlier this year, is also the host of a great podcast that focuses on eminent domain and condemnation....
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Waxahachie Entrepreneur Fights TXDoT Highway Project

While it may be hard to stop an eminent domain project, it is important that the landowners receive just compensation for their property and losses....
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Texas Court of Appeals Sides with Landowners in Easement Dispute

Easements in Texas provide individuals or entities like utility companies with the right to use or access a person’s property for a particular purpose. It’s...
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“Little Pink House” Spotlights the Emotional Impact of Eminent Domain Actions

When a government decides to acquire property through the exercise of its eminent domain authority, it only takes into account the market value of the...
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Someone from the Government Wants to Survey My Property. Do I Have to Let Them?

For many Texas property owners, the first notice they get that their land is being considered for condemnation is in the form of a “right...
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Inverse Condemnation Part 5: Federal Cases After Hurricane Katrina

This is Part 5 of a series of blog posts on important inverse condemnation cases. Previous pasts have addressed: Part 1: What Is The Takings...
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Inverse Condemnation Part 2: How Do Courts Determine Whether a Claim Involves Negligence or an Unconstitutional Taking?

This blog is the second in a series of posts on significant inverse condemnation cases. In the first blog, we discussed Tarrant Regional Water District...
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