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IN RE DR. ROBERT FITZGERALD, MD

Supreme Court of Texas

GOVERNMENT LAW
07/13/2004 04-0619

MARTINEZ v. VAL VERDE COUNTY HOSPITAL

Supreme Court of Texas
Civil Procedure, Injury & Tort Law
The six-month period for notice of a claim against a government unit under the Texas Tort Claims Act is not tolled by the claimant's minority.
07/09/2004 03-0611

IN RE MARTHA WOOD

Supreme Court of Texas

Civil Procedure; Injury and Tort Law
07/09/2004 03-0754

PPG INDUSTRIES, INC. v. JMB/HOUSTON CENTERS PARTNERS

Supreme Court of Texas
Consumer Protection Law, Remedies
The Court reversed and found that DTPA claims generally cannot be assigned by an aggrieved consumer to someone else because this would defeat the...
07/09/2004 01-0346

UTICA NATIONAL INSURANCE CO. v. AMERICAN INDEMNITY CO.

Supreme Court of Texas
Insurance Law
In a case for indemnity, the Court found that a genaral liability insurance policy excludes coverage only when the insured has breached the standard...
07/09/2004 02-0090

TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE v. SIMONS

Supreme Court of Texas
Civil Procedure, Injury & Tort Law
The Court held that actual notice under the Texas Tort Claims Act requires knowledge of the information and a subjcetive awareness that its fault...
07/09/2004 02-0479

BALLANTYNE v. CHAMPION BUILDERS, INC. AND PRIMERO PROJECTS

Supreme Court of Texas
Injury & Tort Law
The Court reversed the court of appeals and found that the defendants could not be sued since defendants established official immunity at trial as a...
07/09/2004 02-0260

THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS v. LOUTZENHISER

Supreme Court of Texas
Civil Procedure, Injury & Tort Law
In a personal injury case, the plaintiff did not give timely notice of injury under the Texas Tort Claims Act, but did not waive its complaint of no...
07/09/2004 02-0894

IN RE ANN M. FORLENZA

Supreme Court of Texas
Civil Procedure, Family Law
In a child custody determination, the Court found that the trial court retained exclusive continuing jurisdiction over the modification proceedings...
07/09/2004 03-0299

CITY OF SAN ANTONIO v. JOHNSON

Supreme Court of Texas

Civil Procedure, Injury and Tort Law
07/09/2004 03-0372
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