State courts may hear claims alleging legal malpractice in the handling of a patent case, a unanimous U.S. Supreme Court ruled on Feb. 20
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
The U.S. Supreme Court has granted a petition for writ of certiorari in a Texas case that could determine whether federal courts have exclusive jurisdiction to hear legal-malpractice suits involving
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
"Curbing Corporate Cloak-and-Dagger," "Clause for Concern" and "Big-Tex Firms on Elite Deal List
...controversy surrounding the case, Geoffrey Bracken, who represents the defendants, and Thomas Michel, who represents the plaintiffs, agree that the justices were not influenced by...
For the first time, the Texas Supreme Court has interpreted a family law statute regulating when a biological grandparent can obtain court-ordered access to a grandchild
The Texas Supreme Court has heard arguments in an arbitration case involving a company owned by one of Texas' largest GOP campaign contributors and most outspoken tort-reform advocates a donor
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