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TEXAS DEP'T OF TRANSP. v. CITY OF SUNSET VALLEY

Supreme Court of Texas
Administrative Law, Government Law, Property Law & Real Estate, Transportation
In a suit to recover the cost of constructing a substitute street lost in the expansion of a state highway, judgment in favor of plaintiff-City is...
09/24/2004 03-0041

HUMBLE SAND & GRAVEL, INC. v. GOMEZ

Supreme Court of Texas
Injury & Tort Law, Product Liability
Judgment in favor of plaintiff's product liability suit is reversed and remanded to determine whether a supplier of flint used for abrasive blasting...
09/17/2004 01-0652

CAMPUS INVESTMENTS, INC. v. CULLEVER

Supreme Court of Texas

Civil Procedure
09/03/2004 03-0819

IN RE VAN WATERS & ROGERS, INC.

Supreme Court of Texas

Injury and Tort Law, Class Action, Civil Procedure
09/03/2004 03-0777

GOLD v. GOLD

Supreme Court of Texas
Family Law
Family Law
09/03/2004 03-0906

SIMPSON v. AFTON OAKS CIVIC CLUB, INC.

Supreme Court of Texas

Civil Procedure
09/03/2004 03-1016

JOE AND JENKENS & GILCHRIST v. TWO THIRTY NINE JOINT VENTURE

Supreme Court of Texas
Civil Procedure, Ethics & Professional Responsibility, Government Law
Legislative immunity shields lawyer-legislators from civil liability for activities within their legislative capacities.
09/03/2004 02-0218

FIRST VALLEY BANK v. MARTIN

Supreme Court of Texas
Banking Law, Debt Collection, Injury & Tort Law
Judgment for plaintiff in his suit against defendant-bank for malicious prosecution is reversed where there was not evidence that defendant exceeded...
09/03/2004 01-0910

F.F.P. OPERATING PARTNERS v. DUENEZ

Supreme Court of Texas
Injury & Tort Law
(Industry: Food & Beverage)

In a dram-shop case, the trial courts refusal to submit the intoxicated driver's percentage of responsibility to the jury for apportionment is...
09/03/2004 02-0381

IN RE AIU INSURANCE CO.

Supreme Court of Texas
Civil Procedure, Contracts, Environmental Law, Insurance Law
The trial court erred in denying a motion to enforce a contractual provision, under which the parties agreed that all dispute resolution proceedings...
09/03/2004 02-0648
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