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Seagull Energy E&P, Inc. v. R.R. Comm'n of Texas

Supreme Court of Texas
Administrative Law, Oil and Gas Law, Transportation
The statute that grants the Railroad Commission authority to regulate production of commingled oil and/or gas deposits includes the authority to...
05/04/2007 03-0364

State of Texas v. Fidelity & Deposit Co. of Maryland

Supreme Court of Texas
Administrative Law, Construction, Contracts, Dispute Resolution & Arbitration, Government Law, Insurance Law
In a suit brought by the Texas Department of Transportation claiming that respondent-insurer had failed to perform under its performance bond covering...
05/04/2007 04-0180

Equistar Chems., L.P. v. Dresser-Rand Co.

Supreme Court of Texas
Civil Procedure, Contracts, Injury & Tort Law, Product Liability, Remedies
(Industry: Manufacturing)

In an action arising out of the failure of certain gas compressors sold by respondent to petitioner, a court of appeals' judgment remanding the matter...
05/04/2007 04-0121

In re Bexar County Criminal Dist. Attorney's Office

Supreme Court of Texas
Civil Procedure, Evidence, Injury & Tort Law
The work-product privilege protects prosecutors from testifying in a malicious prosecution suit despite the fact that they already released the...
05/04/2007 05-0613

City of San Antonio v. Ytuarte

Supreme Court of Texas
Civil Procedure, Civil Rights, Criminal Law & Procedure, Government Law
In a police pursuit case brought by a bystander injured in a crash at the conclusion of a police chase, denial of summary judgment for defendant-city...
05/04/2007 05-0991

Young v. Qualls

Supreme Court of Texas
Attorney's Fees, Construction, Contracts, Property Law & Real Estate, Remedies
In a suit brought by respondent for breach of a partnership agreement after petitioner instructed respondent to vacate the property they were...
05/04/2007 05-1091
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