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Oral arguments set in National Lloyds fee discovery case before Texas Supreme Court

Karen Kidd Sep. 12, 2016, 3:41pm

HOUSTON (SE Texas Record) – Oral arguments are scheduled for November before the Texas Supreme Court to review a lower court's ruling to compel discovery into attorney fees in multi-district litigation in a hail storm property damage coverage dispute.

Lawsuit blames Texas' at-large districts for lack of Latino judges

Dawn Geske Aug. 7, 2016, 11:57pm

AUSTIN – A lawsuit has been filed against the state's governor and secretary of state regarding the alleged denial of equal opportunity for Latino voters in electing judges of their race.

Texas Supreme Court sides with state in tax-refund case

Emily Crowe Jun. 23, 2016, 5:17pm

AUSTIN – The Texas Supreme Court ruled unanimously against oil and gas company Southwest Royalties, Inc., in a tax-refund case that will ultimately save the state and its taxpayers more than $4 billion.

Texas Supreme Court: Optometrist group not entitled to civil penalties

Mike Helenthal Jun. 6, 2016, 12:32pm

AUSTIN – The Texas Supreme Court recently ruled that a group of optometrists suing Wal-Mart over workday requirements were not entitled to civil penalties.