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Today's Post: Soledad Valenciano Published in The
Soledad Valenciano's article, "Where Property Owners
Hit a Wall: A Push to Relax the Unity of Title Factor in
Eminent Domain Actions" is featured in the At Sidebar
Section of the May/June 2020 issue of The Federal
Lawyer. Ms. Valenciano examines the contrast between
Texas and Federal Courts when it comes to strict
adherence to the three unities. Read the article here.
Have a Happy Fourth of July! Stay safe!
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Catch up on Past Issues:
Issue 1 - Welcome to Eminent Domain Plus+
Issue 2 - What are the Supremes Up To?
Issue 3 - Bullet Trains & Border Walls
Issue 4 - Property Owner Rule, PRPRPA, and
Project Influence Rule
Issue 5: Common Carriers and Corridors
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About SPIVEY VALENCIANO, PLLC
SPIVEY VALENCIANO, PLLC is a litigation boutique that represents property owners across the State
of Texas in complex eminent domain matters. The firm also represents property owners with significant
holdings or affiliated property owners in contested PUC electric transmission line routing cases (CCN
Applications). The firm also represents clients in select litigation matters and is frequently engaged to
serve as trial co-counsel in pending jury trials. The firm provides complimentary case reviews for
prospective eminent domain clients, which may be scheduled by contacting Jim or Soledad via email.
For more information, visit SPIVEY VALENCIANO, PLLC.
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