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Entries from November 2012

Court upholds an informed-consent claim against a chiropractor; argument date in insurance certified question [Nov. 30, 2012]

November 30th, 2012 · Comments Off on Court upholds an informed-consent claim against a chiropractor; argument date in insurance certified question [Nov. 30, 2012]

With today’s orders, the Texas Supreme Court issued an opinion in one pending case and set an argument date for a certified question case.

Argument date […]

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Tags: Order Lists

A new kind of report from the Texas Supreme Court about its internal efficiency in handling cases

November 28th, 2012 · 2 Comments

Last fall, I mentioned in passing the Legislature’s new requirement that the Court compile and submit a report about how each Justice has met the […]

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Tags: Practice Notes

Governor Perry appoints Jeff Boyd to the vacant seat on SCOTX

November 26th, 2012 · Comments Off on Governor Perry appoints Jeff Boyd to the vacant seat on SCOTX

Today, Governor Perry appointed Jeffrey S. Boyd to fill the vacancy on the Texas Supreme Court created when Dale Wainwright stepped down from the bench. […]

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Tags: News and Links

Two grants and two per curiam opinions [Nov. 16, 2012]

November 16th, 2012 · Comments Off on Two grants and two per curiam opinions [Nov. 16, 2012]

With this week’s orders, the Texas Supreme Court issued two per curiam opinions and granted two new cases for argument next spring.

New Grants

ROSSCER CRAIG TUCKER, […]

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Tags: Order Lists

No opinions with this week’s orders [Nov. 9, 2012]

November 9th, 2012 · Comments Off on No opinions with this week’s orders [Nov. 9, 2012]

The Texas Supreme Court did not issue any opinions with this week’s orders list.

The Court calendar shows a private conference scheduled for next Monday and […]

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Tags: Order Lists

2012 judicial election results: One-party sweeps around the state, but a divided San Antonio Court

November 7th, 2012 · Comments Off on 2012 judicial election results: One-party sweeps around the state, but a divided San Antonio Court

The results are in. (( I get my results from the Secretary of State’s website. ))

Supreme Court

Justice Don Willett and John Devine (who beat the […]

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Tags: Elections

The breadth of a dedication for a public street; no new grants [Nov. 2, 2012]

November 2nd, 2012 · Comments Off on The breadth of a dedication for a public street; no new grants [Nov. 2, 2012]

With today’s orders, the Texas Supreme Court issued one opinion. The Court did not choose any new cases for oral argument.

The opinion was in THE […]

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Tags: Order Lists