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Proskauer Rose LLP | USA | 16 Nov 2022

Prices and Profits Dominating the News

While states continue to lift their COVID related states of emergency, new price gouging claims are being made and ongoing price gouging litigation…
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Reed Smith LLP | USA | 14 Nov 2022

Jurisdictional Discovery Is Not Bigger in Texas

One of the stock P-side responses, in the post-Bauman personal jurisdiction environment, to a jurisdictionally-based motion to dismiss is to seek…
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Reed Smith LLP | USA | 14 Nov 2022

Sirius XM Wins Texas Franchise Tax Apportionment Battle

The Texas Third Court of Appeals has issued a decision allowing Sirius XM to use a cost of performance methodology to apportion its service receipts…
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Reed Smith LLP | USA | 10 Nov 2022

Sirius XM Wins Texas Franchise Tax Apportionment Battle

The Texas Third Court of Appeals has issued a decision allowing Sirius XM to use a cost of performance methodology to apportion its service receipts…
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Morrison Mahoney LLP | USA | 4 Nov 2022

Insurance Law - Week of November 4, 2022

The Ninth Circuit has issued another unpublished ruling sustaining a California District Court’s dismissal of a…
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Reed Smith LLP | USA | 6 Oct 2022

Texas Supreme Court Denies Review in Citgo and Texas Westmoreland Coal: Important Taxpayer Takeaways

The Texas Supreme Court has denied review in Citgo Petroleum Corp. v. Hegar (holding that receipts from the sale of certain mark-to-market securities…
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BoyarMiller | USA | 27 Sep 2022

Are Emails Legally Binding in Texas?

Digital communication is fundamental to almost every business, but are emails legally binding in Texas? They are used to communicate, invoice…
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Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton LLP | USA | 27 Sep 2022

Texas Central Wins Authority to Take Land for High-Speed Rail System

Move over luxury bus lines and quick flights. Central Texans should be on the lookout for bulldozers and train stops. On June 24, 2022, the Supreme…
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Wasel & Wasel Arbitrator Services Inc. | USA | 2 Sep 2022

Never too Late to Arbitrate: Texas Supreme Court Compels Employment Arbitration after Nine Years of Litigation

On 22 April 2022, the Texas Supreme Court opened a new chapter in the sage of In re Whataburger Rests., No. 21-0165 (Tex. Apr. 22, 2022) by upholding…
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Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP | USA | 4 Aug 2022

A Ninth Corner? Texas Supreme Court Expands the Eight-Corners Rule to Allow Limited Consideration of Extrinsic Evidence

The Texas Supreme Court, in Bitco Gen. Ins. Corp. v. Monroe Guar. Ins. Co., recently solidified an exception to the longstanding "eight-corners" rule…
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