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Stephen F. Austin State Univ. v. Flynn

Supreme Court of Texas
Education Law, Government Law, Injury & Tort Law, Property Law & Real Estate
A landowner who dedicates a public easement for recreational purposes is entitled to the protection of the recreational use statute. In an action...
07/06/2007 04-0515

In re AutoNation, Inc.

Supreme Court of Texas
Civil Procedure, Contracts, Labor & Employment Law
In a suit brought against AutoNation under an employment contract, a petition for mandamus relief from a decision refusing to dismiss or stay the...
07/06/2007 05-0311

Fortis Benefits v. Cantu

Supreme Court of Texas
Contracts, Health Law, Injury & Tort Law, Insurance Law, Labor & Employment Law
In an insurance subrogation case wherein a medical insurer and an injured insured disputed what portion of tort settlement proceeds, if any, should go...
07/06/2007 05-0791

Westbrook v. Penley

Supreme Court of Texas
Civil Procedure, Constitutional Law, Injury & Tort Law
In a negligence suit arising from circumstances in which defendant-pastor, who was also a licensed professional counselor, directed his congregation...
07/06/2007 04-0838

Cent. Ready Mix Concrete Co., Inc. v. Islas

Supreme Court of Texas
Civil Procedure, Injury & Tort Law, Labor & Employment Law
In a negligence case in which an injured employee obtained a jury verdict against his employer, who carried no workers' compensation insurance, and...
07/06/2007 05-0940

Ramos v. Richardson

Supreme Court of Texas
Civil Procedure, Criminal Law & Procedure, Health Law, Injury & Tort Law, Professional Malpractice
In medical malpractice actions brought by an incarcerated pro se litigant and members of his family against respondents, a doctor and medical center,...
07/06/2007 06-0336

Wilz v. Kenneth W.

Supreme Court of Texas
Family Law, Health Law, Injury & Tort Law, Property Law & Real Estate, Remedies
In a case where a jury found that respondent-father/guardian breached his fiduciary duty to his incapacitated son and committed constructive fraud,...
07/06/2007 06-0913
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