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In Re AdvancePCS Health

Supreme Court of Texas

Dispute Resolution and Arbitration
04/15/2005 04-0182

Diamond Offshore Mgmt. v. Guidry

Supreme Court of Texas

Labor and Employment Law, Injury and Tort Law
04/08/2005 02-0884

General Motors Corp. v. Iracheta

Supreme Court of Texas
Injury & Tort Law, Product Liability
In a wrongful death action, judgment in favor of plaintiff is reversed where there is no evidence that the accident was cause by a defect in...
04/08/2005 02-0932

Garza v. Exel Logistics, Inc.

Supreme Court of Texas
Labor & Employment Law, Workers' Compensation
Plaintiff-employee's common law claims for injuries, suffered during his employment, are not barred by the exclusive remedy provision of the Workers'...
04/08/2005 02-1187

In the Interest of J.L.

Supreme Court of Texas
Family Law, Juvenile Law
The court of appeals' conclusion that the evidence was legally insufficient to support termination of the parental rights to J.L. is reversed where...
04/08/2005 04-0307

Texas Natural Res. Conservation Comm'n v. Lakeshore Util. Co.

Supreme Court of Texas
Government Law, Public Utilities, Water Law
The Texas Water Code authorizes the Attorney General to seek customer refunds in district court to compel compliance with the Water Code's statutory...
04/08/2005 02-0988

Geodyne Energy Income Prod. P'ship v. Newton Corp.

Supreme Court of Texas
Property Law & Real Estate
In a claim under the Texas Securities Act, judgment in favor of defendant is reversed where plaintiff's sale, by quitclaim deed, of an interest in an...
04/08/2005 03-0209

W. Inv. Inc. v. Urena

Supreme Court of Texas
Injury & Tort Law, Landlord Tenant Law, Property Law & Real Estate
In a premises liability action, judgment for plaintiffs is reversed where they presented no evidence that the defendants' acts or omissions...
04/08/2005 03-0919

In the Interest of K.A.F.

Supreme Court of Texas
Civil Procedure
The rules of appellate procedure do not permit post-judgment motions to extend the appellate deadline for filing an accelerated appeal.
04/08/2005 04-0493
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