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What’s Next for Redistricting?

As you know, during the most recent special session the Legislature finally adopted redistricting maps for the Texas House, Texas Senate, U.S. House of...

What’s Next for Redistricting?

As you know, during the most recent special session the Legislature finally adopted redistricting maps for the Texas House, Texas Senate, U.S. House of Representatives, and State Board of Education, the first step in what is likely to become a lengthy legal battle...

TAM President Tony Bennett Op-Ed on Vaccine Mandate Bills

Commentary: Texas employers need flexibility to maintain workplace safety The pandemic is still hampering manufacturing. Texas policymakers must allow employers to set policy and make decisions that are best for their workforce without overly intrusive government...

SCOTX Changes Mind, Will Hear High Speed Rail Eminent Domain Claim

Reversing course, the Texas Supreme Court has granted review in Miles v. Texas Central Railroad & Infrastructure, Inc. and Integrated Texas Logistics, Inc. (No. 20-0393). Last June the Court denied review, but an avalanche of amicus letters in support of Miles’...

Register Now – TCJL 35th Annual Meeting & CLE on November 4, 2021

Texas Civil Justice League TCJL 35th Annual Meeting & CLE November 4, 2021 Zoom, Texas Chemical Council Boardroom Special Guest Hon. Nathan Hecht Chief Justice, Supreme Court of Texas 9:30     TCJL Board of Directors Meeting 10:00   TCJL Annual Meeting & CLE...

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TCJL Journal
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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