Results

The attorneys at The Odom Firm, PLLC are proud of what we have been able to accomplish for our clients. Whether by jury verdict or agreed-upon settlement, we have worked tirelessly to ensure that our clients are justly compensated for the taking of their properties or injuries. These cases are a sampling of results achieved for our clients in order to show how different results have been obtained in different circumstances.

Eminent Domain Land Use & Zoning Injury & Other

These are partial lists and do not constitute a promise of any kind. Please remember that these cases and the results achieved were based on many factors and results differ from case to case, depending on the circumstances particular to each situation. The outcome of a particular case cannot be predicated upon an attorney's or a law firm's past results. Our past successes should not be construed as a representation that we will be successful with any particular case in the future, and not every case in which we have been involved has resulted in a favorable outcome.

News

Mar
26
MARCH 11, 2019 | VOL. 32, NO. 2 | NCLAWYERSWEEKLY.COM Reprinted with permission of North Carolina Lawyers Weekly © 2019 ■■ BY ABBIE BENNETT abennett@nclawyersweekly.com A landowner in Charlotte has reached a $2.825 million settlement with… Read More
Mar
7
We are proud to announce that The Odom Firm, PLLC has been named a Tier 1 firm in Charlotte for Eminent Domain & Condemnation Law by U.S. News – Best Lawyers® “Best Law Firms” in 2019! Read more about the selection process… Read More
Nov
19
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Oct
15
Attorney David Murray obtained a decision from the Mecklenburg County Superior Court reversing a City of Charlotte Zoning Board of Adjustment (“ZBA”) decision which found his client in violation of the City of Charlotte Zoning Ordinance for its o… Read More
Oct
1
Attorney David Murray applied his knowledge of property law and land valuation to obtain a 1.7 million dollar settlement for his clients against a developer who he believed was violating the restrictive covenants on and around the landowners’ p… Read More