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Jacob Merkord, Marrs Ellis & Hodge LLP partner, was interviewed on Fox 7 Austin news regarding the upcoming Matterhorn Pipeline project in Williamson County, Texas. You can watch the full interview here:

Mr. Merkord said Marrs Ellis & Hodge LLP clients, “are asking for full market value for what the pipeline wants.” He

Luke Ellis, Marrs Ellis & Hodge LLP partner, was interviewed on KXAN-NBC news in Austin regarding the upcoming Matterhorn pipeline project.

You can watch the full interview here:

In the interview, Mr. Ellis warned about the impacts of the Matterhorn pipeline to Texas landowners. He explains that, the increased oil and gas production

Justin Hodge was interviewed on Fox26 news about the Texas Supreme Court’s recent approval of eminent domain for the high speed train between Houston and Dallas, Texas. You can watch the interview here:

The eminent domain project impacts landowners in Harris, Waller, Grimes, Walker, Madison, Leon, Freestone, Limestone, Navarro, Ellis, and Dallas Counties.

Justin Hodge with Marrs Ellis and Hodge presented at the 2022 ALI CLE Eminent Domain Conference in Scottsdale, Arizona. You can see the action here:
Special thanks to Robert Thomas and Joe Waldo on a terrific conference. Also, thank you to my co-presenters, Bobby Debelak, Kelly Sheeran, Ivy Cadle, and Darius Dynkowski. Great job

Alliance Houston, Stop TxDOT I-45, LINK Houston, Texas Appleseed, and Texas Housers filed a complaint on Thursday, December 16, 2021 with the Federal Highway Administration alleging TxDOT violated Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, 42 U.S.C. §§ 2000d to 2000d-7, and U.S. Department of Transportation’s (USDOT) implementing regulations, 49 C.F.R. Part 21

TxDOT and Mexico both recently conducted studies connecting San Antonio, Texas to Monterrey, Mexico. Another high-speed train project is also being studied between Oklahoma and Texas. With significant federal infrastructure funding approaching, many of the project concepts may be real in the future. Landowners should keep up with these projects because they can have significant