Supreme Court of Texas - June 2002 Opinion Summaries

  • Opinion Summary Search

    FILL IN AT LEAST ONE FIELD

    to Format is YYYYMMDD
  • Full Text Search
Page 1 of 3 Showing Result 1 - 10 of 21
Description Date Docket #

D. HOUSTON, INC. v. LOVE

Supreme Court of Texas
Commercial Law, Injury & Tort Law, Labor & Employment Law
The Texas Dram Shop Act does not abrogate a commercial seller's common law duties as an employer to its employees and independent contractors; if an...
06/27/2002 00-1192

TELTHORSTER v. TENNELL

Supreme Court of Texas
Criminal Law & Procedure, Injury & Tort Law
In a suspect's suit against a police officer for injuries sustained during an arrest, the officer was entitled to official immunity where he...
06/27/2002 01-0074

COLUMBIA HOSP. CORP. OF HOUSTON v. MOORE

Supreme Court of Texas
Health Law, Injury & Tort Law, Insurance Law, Remedies
Prejudgment interest, assessed under subchapter P of the Medical Liability and Insurance Improvement Act, is subject to the Act's subchapter K damages...
06/27/2002 01-0293

EXCEL CORP. v. APODACA

Supreme Court of Texas
Injury & Tort Law, Labor & Employment Law, Workers' Compensation
In an employee's suit against his employer for negligence in failing to provide a safe workplace, evidence did not exist to support a jury finding...
06/27/2002 01-0358

STATE OF TEXAS v. GONZALEZ

Supreme Court of Texas
Injury & Tort Law, Transportation, Government Law
A stop sign's susceptibility to repeated vandalism is not a "condition" under Texas Tort Claims Act section 101.060(a)(2) for purposes of determining...
06/27/2002 00-1007

SUBARU OF AM., INC. v. DAVID MCDAVID NISSAN, INC.

Supreme Court of Texas
Contracts, Transportation
The Texas Motor Vehicle Commission Code confers exclusive jurisdiction on the Texas Motor Vehicle Board to initially resolve claims and issues the...
06/27/2002 00-0292

BUTNARU v. FORD MOTOR CO.

Supreme Court of Texas
Contracts, Injury & Tort Law, Transportation
The Texas Motor Vehicle Commission Code confers exclusive jurisdiction on the Texas Motor Vehicle Board to initially resolve claims and issues the...
06/27/2002 00-0513

BMC SOFTWARE BELGIUM, N.V. v. MARCHAND

Supreme Court of Texas
Civil Procedure, Corporation & Enterprise Law
A foreign corporation's contacts with Texas were insufficient to create either specific or general jurisdiction, and evidence did not establish an...
06/27/2002 00-1019

TEXAS DEP'T OF TRANSP. v. JONES BROS. DIRT & PAVING CONTRACTORS, INC.

Supreme Court of Texas
Contracts, Transportation
An Administrative Law Judge applied the correct standard of a review(partiality, fraud, misconduct, or gross error) of a decision denying a...
06/27/2002 00-1067

LUBBOCK COUNTY, TEXAS v. TRAMMEL'S LUBBOCK BAIL BONDS

Supreme Court of Texas
Administrative Law, Government Law
When a party seeks reimbursement from a county for unauthorized charges, the cause of action accrues when payment to the county is made; remand is...
06/20/2002 01-0406
Copied to clipboard