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Be careful with motions for continuance of traditional and no-evidence summary judgment motions

When reviewing motions for continuance of summary judgment motions, some litigants forget that traditional and no-evidence motions for summary judgment are different. But you shouldn’t. Read More
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Categories: Civil Litigation

Fraudulent Inducement to Enter Into A Contract

Did you know that you can recover damages for fraud against a party to a contract who had no intention of performing the contract at the time it is entered. The party is not limited to the breach of contract claim. This occurred in SAS & Associat… Read More
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Categories: Civil Litigation

Losing the Texas Declaratory Judgment Action by Removal to Federal Court

Here is something to be careful with before removing a case to federal court. If a party has a declaratory judgment action filed in Texas then they can recover legal fees because Texas law allows for the recovery of legal fees. Section 37.009 of the… Read More
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Categories: Civil Litigation

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