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ANADARKO PETROLEUM CORP. v. THOMPSON

Supreme Court of Texas
Contracts, Oil and Gas Law, Property Law & Real Estate
A well that is capable of production sustains a gas mining lease, even where actual production ceases longer than sixty days, thus such cessations did...
07/03/2002 01-0261

CARPENTER v. CIMARRON HYDROCARBONS CORP.

Supreme Court of Texas
Civil Procedure
Where civil procedure rules provided the plaintiff opportunity to obtain leave to file a late response to a summary-judgment motion, the court erred...
07/03/2002 01-0002

GARZA v. TEXAS ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE COMM'N

Supreme Court of Texas
Administrative Law, Civil Procedure, Commercial Law
Where the district court did not render a timely judgment in a liquor license proceeding within the ten-day period under Texas Alcoholic Beverage Code...
07/03/2002 00-1069

AM. TYPE CULTURE COLLECTION, INC. v. COLEMAN

Supreme Court of Texas
Civil Procedure, Health Law, Injury & Tort Law, Product Liability
A District of Columbia corporation, with its principal place of business in Maryland, did not have sufficient minimum contacts with Texas to justify...
07/03/2002 00-0959

SOUTHWEST KEY PROGRAM, INC. v. GIL-PEREZ

Supreme Court of Texas
Injury & Tort Law, Sports Law
Where a boys' home operator's failure to provide protective equipment, for use during a football game, is the only alleged causal nexus underlying...
07/03/2002 00-1324

IN THE INTEREST OF C.H.

Supreme Court of Texas
Civil Procedure, Family Law
Parental termination findings must be upheld against a factual sufficiency challenge, if evidence allows a reasonable jury to believe that grounds...
07/03/2002 00-0552

UTTS v. SHORT

Supreme Court of Texas
Civil Procedure, Injury & Tort Law, Remedies
In a wrongful death case, the record triggered a rebuttable presumption that a non-settling defendant is entitled to settlement credits against the...
07/03/2002 99-0366
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