Tim Poll primarily represents governmental entities, common carriers, gas utilities and water districts in real estate acquisition and condemnation proceedings. As part of this representation, Mr. Poll assists clients in general civil litigation, easement negotiations, and in all matters related to eminent domain. His latest endeavors include representation of gas utility pipelines and water pipelines through their real estate acquisition and condemnation proceedings in Central and South Texas.
Mr. Poll also represents select landowners in eminent domain proceedings primarily against the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT). This representation includes pre-suit negotiations, special commissioner hearings, and subsequent litigation. His clients range from individual landowners, schools, and business owners across the state of Texas. Some examples of the various issues addressed in his representation include issues related loss of access, costs related to movement of improvements, relocation, and general valuation issues.
St. Mary’s University School of Law
Doctorate of Jurisprudence, 2017
St. Mary’s University Greehey School of Business
Master of Business Administration, December 2017
B.A. Speech Communication, 2012
BAR ADMISSIONS & ACTIVITIES
Member, State Bar of Texas, 2018 - present
Member, Phi Delta Phi International Legal Honor Society
Member, San Antonio Young Lawyers Association
Member, International Right-of-Way Association
Member, J. Rueben Clark Law Society