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The Texas Supreme Court holds that the executive rights holder must stand trial for claims of breach of the duty owed to a non-executive

USA - March 11 2015 In an opinion that should give pause to mineral lessors, the Texas Supreme Court revisited the scope of the duty that an executive rights holder owes...

Pierre Grosdidier, Elizabeth E. Klingensmith, Mark Trachtenberg, Donald Jackson, Christopher Kulander.

Texas Supreme Court refuses to recognize a common law claim for shareholder oppression

USA - June 25 2014 In a significant decision affecting Texas corporate law, the Texas Supreme Court decided on June 20th there is no common law claim for shareholder...

David H. Harper.

Fifth Circuit enforces disclaimer provision in form agreement to bar misrepresentation claims against manufacturer

USA - May 12 2009 On May 7, 2009, the Fifth Circuit affirmed a take-nothing summary judgment for Haynes and Boone, LLP client BASF Corporation, rejecting Plaintiff Thermacor Process, L.P.’s negligent misrepresentation, fraudulent inducement, and Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act (DTPA) claims based on a standard disclaimer-of-warranty provision and the absence of any actionable misrepresentation....

Thomas J. Williams, George Young.