Month: July 2018

Error Preservation in Texas Civil Cases, July 29, 2018

Dear All: Here is a list of those things covered below-marked by the coincidence of several cases dealing with preserving error concerning the failure to segregate attorney’s fees: Table of Contents Both the majority opinion and concurrence, which focus us on the issues involved in preserving an objection about the failure to segregate attorney’s fees …

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Error Preservation in Texas Civil Cases, July 15, 2018

Dear All: Opinions compiled in this blog entry deal with the following error preservation topics: Table of Contents Clerk’s Record Special Appearance Subject Matter Jurisdiction Your complaint in the trial court must be timely You have to obtain a ruling on your complaint in the trial court You must comply with the pertinent rules The …

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Error Preservation in Texas Civil Cases, July 5, 2018

Hidy Ho. Table of Contents Supreme Court once again weighed in on whether an implied ruling could preserve an objection to summary judgment evidence Interestingly, here is a case in which a trial court did issue a written ruling on objections to summary judgment evidence (depositions), albeit in an informal (though signed) fashion, by taking …

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