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State Sales Tax Collections Plummet

Comptroller of Public Accounts Glenn Hegar has announced a decline in May sales tax receipts of 13.2% from May 2019. According to the Comptroller, this represents...

Duncan, Phillips, Ratliff to Advise TCJL Pandemic Task Force

Three of Texas' top legal experts on civil justice issues have agreed to join the TCJL Pandemic Task Force in advisory roles: former State Senator and Texas Tech Chancellor Bob Duncan, a prime architect of civil justice reforms in 1995, 2003, and 2005; former Chief...

State Sales Tax Collections Plummet

Comptroller of Public Accounts Glenn Hegar has announced a decline in May sales tax receipts of 13.2% from May 2019. According to the Comptroller, this represents the largest year-over-year reduction since the financial crisis in 2010. Unsurprisingly, business...

SCOTX Extends Emergency Order Through September

The Texas Supreme Court has renewed and extended its emergency order suspending most proceedings in trial courts until September 30. Deadlines for the filing or service of any civil case falling on a day between March 13, 2020, and July 1, 2020, are extended until...

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Fall 2019

Fall 2017 Texas Civil Justice League Journal
  • 2019 Legislators of the Year
  • 86th Legislative Session Report
  • Texas Civil Justice League Amicus Report
  • Eminent Domain: Why S.B. 421 was a Litigation Nightmare
  • Interim Study to Take Another Look at Judicial Selection
  • Paid or Incurred: Next Frontier of Tort Reform? Close Paid or Incurred Loophole

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