TexasEminentDomainLawyer.com is an online resource for lawyers with clients dealing with eminent domain and condemnation proceedings, particularly in Texas.   Eminent domain cases involve special procedural and substantive rules that are unfamiliar to most lawyers, much less the landowners whose property is about to be taken. The purpose of this webpage is to answer several frequently asked questions about eminent domain. It is not to provide legal advice. You should always consult with an experienced eminent-domain attorney when facing a taking. If you have questions about any of the issues raised below, we invite you to discuss them with us.

For the latest Texas condemnation news, please visit TexasCondemnation.com

To visit our firm’s website, please visit Johns Marrs Ellis & Hodge LLP.


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    Justin Hodge and Luke Ellis are partners with Johns Marrs Ellis & Hodge in Houston, Texas. Mr. Hodge has received recognition as a “Rising Star” in eminent domain, and has been involved in some of the largest landowner recoveries and judgments in Texas condemnation history. Luke Ellis is widely recognized as one of Texas’s top young lawyers—and one of the top lawyers of any age practicing in the area of eminent domain. Mr. Ellis has broad experience and has enjoyed success in many types of civil litigation. If you have questions about any of the issues raised in this blog, we invite you to discuss them with us at jhodge@jmehlaw.com or lellis@jmehlaw.com.

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