...Houston's 1st Court. David Keltner, a partner in Fort Worth's Kelly Hart & Hallman who represented Sharp in his appeal...
...146;s 1st Court. David Keltner, a partner in Fort Worths Kelly Hart & Hallman who represented Sharp in his appeal...
Lawyer malpractice cases, usually handled in state courts, rarely find their way onto the docket of the U.S. Supreme Court. But the high court on Jan. 16 took up a Texas legal malpractice case
In Minton v. Gunn, et al., the Texas Supreme Court wiped out a defense victory and may have expanded federal jurisdiction over state legal-malpractice claims. Lawyers on both sides in Minton wonder w
Expert testimony can make or break the likelihood a jury verdict will survive an appeal, especially when causation is disputed in a products liability case. But as recent opinions show, appellate cou
Even before the Oct. 4 hearing started, the fight over Russell Budd and Baron & Budd's attempt to have an $8.8 million verdict against them dismissed promised to be just as contentious as the six-wee
...take to a case," says Fort Worth partner David Keltner, co-head of Kelly Hart & Hallman's appellate practice. Keltner, who is...
The sky is not the limit when a jury assesses a large punitive damage award against a civil defendant — even when such damages are justified and not capped by statute — according to a rec
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