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Dawson & Sodd Partner Speaks At Meeting Of Texans For Property Rights

Texas eminent domain lawyer Clay Beard, a partner at Dawson & Sodd, recently spoke at a meeting of Texans for Property Rights. This coalition of...
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Texas High Speed Rail Attorney Explains Who Is Affected By Bullet Train Project

Texas Central Railway has spent the past four years working to build the nation’s first bullet train to connect Houston and Dallas. This proposed 240-mile...
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The Problems With Texas High-Speed Rail Project

Texas Central is a private, for-profit company seeking to connect the cities of Dallas and Houston with high-speed bullet trains. The company touts many advantages...
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Is Eminent Domain Legal in Texas?

Condemnation of property is when the government (or a private entity given authority by the government) seizes land. It happens all over the U.S., but...
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Texas Eminent Domain Lawyers Make Super Lawyers and Rising Stars List

Dawson & Sodd’s experienced attorneys are recurrent names on the annual Rising Stars and Super Lawyers lists for top eminent domain and condemnation! Dawson &...
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Dawson & Sodd Represents Landowners Against Texas Central Railroad

For four years, Texas Central Railway (TCR) has been planning the country’s first bullet train between Dallas and Houston. But this planning did not take...
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Two Dawson & Sodd Attorneys Named “Super Lawyers”

Glenn Sodd and Matt Hurt have been named as 2015 Texas Super Lawyers in Texas eminent domain law.  Sodd has been selected to this honorable...
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Dawson & Sodd Attorneys Honored as “Rising Stars”

Dawson & Sodd lawyers Jody McSpadden and Tyler Milton have been selected to the 2015 list of Rising Stars in eminent domain, which is a...
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Improving the Landowner’s Odds in Eminent Domain Cases

Tyler Milton, Matt Hurt, and Jody Sodd McSpadden were pleased to be included in the April 2015 edition of Headnotes, the Dallas Bar Association’s monthly...
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Matt Hurt Speaks to Texas Aggie Bar Association

In March 2015, Matt Hurt presented to the Texas Aggie Bar Association on the topic of Texas eminent domain and condemnation law.
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