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SCOTX: Implied Revocation Doctrine Alive and Well in Texas

The Texas Supreme Court has ruled that the implied revocation doctrine adopted by the Court in a 1947 case remains the law of Texas and applies to all contracts, not just those involving the sale of real estate. In Angel and South State Bank, N.A. v. Tauch (No....

Fifth Circuit Punts SB 8 Enforcement Issue to SCOTX

In a split 2-1 decision, a three-judge panel of the U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals has certified a question to the Texas Supreme Court concerning the interpretation of several state licensing and regulatory statutes that may authorize some state officials to...

SCOTX Sets Oral Argument in Redistricting Case

The Texas Supreme Court will hear oral argument in Abbott v. Mexican American Legislative Caucus (No. 22-0008) on March 23 at 9 a.m. MALC, Senators Gutierrez and Eckhardt, Rueben Cortez, Jr., and Tejano Democrats filed suit in Travis County challenging the...

Buzbee Law Firm Loses TCPA Appeal in Tortious Interference Suit

Last September we reported that SCOTX had denied review of an appeal from the El Paso Court of Appeals in which the court rejected an attempt by the Buzbee Law Firm to dismiss an El Paso physician’s defamation lawsuit under the Texas Citizen Participation Act (Ch. 27,...

SCOTX Issues 47th Emergency Order Since Pandemic Commenced

The Texas Supreme Court has updated its emergency order to extend remote proceedings in civil and criminal cases through April 1, 2022. It further permits municipal and justice courts to continue modifying or suspending pretrial or trial hearing deadlines through...

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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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