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TEXAS A&M UNIV. - KINGSVILLE v. LAWSON

Supreme Court of Texas
Contracts, Government Law
If a government entity agrees to settle a lawsuit from which it is not immune (here a university faculty member's Whistleblower Act claim), it cannot...
06/20/2002 00-1127

WAL-MART STORES, INC. v. REECE

Supreme Court of Texas
Injury & Tort Law, Property Law & Real Estate
Evidence that a premises owner's employee was in close proximity to a dangerous condition right before plaintiff fell, is not legally sufficient to...
06/20/2002 00-1261

ARGONAUT INS. CO. v. BAKER

Supreme Court of Texas
Injury & Tort Law, Insurance Law, Labor & Employment Law, Workers' Compensation
A workers' compensation insurance carrier must be reimbursed from settlement proceeds for benefits paid to and on behalf of an injured employee,...
06/20/2002 01-0287

MARINER FIN. GROUP, INC. v. BOSSLEY

Supreme Court of Texas
Dispute Resolution & Arbitration
In a suit to vacate an arbitration award, an arbitrator's failure to discover and disclose an adverse relationship with an expert witness did not...
06/13/2002 00-0325

MINYARD FOOD STORES, INC. v. GOODMAN

Supreme Court of Texas
Injury & Tort Law, Labor & Employment Law
Evidence did not establish that an employee, who defamed another employee to his employer during a workplace misconduct investigation, was acting...
06/13/2002 01-0734

LENZ v. LENZ

Supreme Court of Texas
Family Law
Legally sufficient evidence supported a jury verdict in favor of a requested modification of a joint managing conservatorship to remove a residency...
06/06/2002 01-0232

CONTINENTAL CAS. CO. v. DOWNS

Supreme Court of Texas
Injury & Tort Law, Insurance Law, Labor & Employment Law, Workers' Compensation
Under Texas Labor Code sections 409.021 and 409.022, a carrier that fails to begin benefit payments as required by the Texas Workers' Compensation...
06/06/2002 00-1309

AM. CYANAMID CO. v. GEYE

Supreme Court of Texas
Agriculture, Constitutional Law, Environmental Law
The Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act and its implementing regulations do not preempt state common-law damage claims for crop damage...
06/06/2002 01-0008

CITIES OF AUSTIN, DALLAS, FT. WORTH, & HEREFORD v. SOUTHWESTERN BELL TEL. CO.

Supreme Court of Texas
Communications Law, Public Utilities
Texas Utilities Code Chapter 58 does not, either expressly or impliedly, authorize the Public Utility Commission of Texas (PUC) to circumvent its...
06/06/2002 01-0086

UNION PACIFIC R.R. CO. v. WILLIAMS

Supreme Court of Texas
Injury & Tort Law
Evidence was in dispute as to whether railroad knew or should have known about a dangerous condition at a derailment site which caused injuries, thus...
06/06/2002 01-0231
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