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Kane Russell Coleman Logan PC | USA | 17 May 2019

SCOTX Hands Down Decision on Mineral Executive’s Obligations to Non-Executives

Last month, the Texas Supreme Court issued a decision that addresses the vexing situation in which the owner of the executive rights also owns the

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Kane Russell Coleman Logan PC | USA | 15 May 2019

Lessor’s Acceptance of Royalty Payments Did Not Waive Anti-Pooling Clause

The San Antonio Court of Appeals recently determined that the acceptance of royalty payments will not necessarily operate as a waiver of a mineral

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King & Spalding LLP | USA | 15 Apr 2019

Disclaiming Reliance in Texas Requires Specificity

The Supreme Court of Texas in its recent IBM decision provided further clarity to what contracting parties must say in their contracts to disclaim

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Carrington Coleman | USA | 12 Apr 2019

No, you cannot use a temporary injunction to sequester funds unrelated to your claim just so you can collect a potential future judgment.

Comerica Bank sued Lone Star, a private equity fund, and several of its portfolio companies after those portfolio companies failed to pay a loan

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Carrington Coleman | USA | 10 Apr 2019

Texas Supreme Court Ditches Long-Standing Precedent to Hold Conspiracy Is a Derivative Claim Governed by the Statute of Limitations for the Underlying Tort

In Agar v. Electro Circuits Int’l, No. 17-0630, 2019 WL 1495211 (Tex., April 5, 2019), the Supreme Court of Texas conclusively established how

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Carrington Coleman | USA | 5 Apr 2019

Thus sayeth the Texas Supreme Court: limitations for conspiracy governed by limitations for the underlying tort

Dirty Harry Callahan famously warned, “A man’s got to know his limitations.” Well, thanks to the Supreme Court’s decision in Agar v. Electro Circuits

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Vinson & Elkins LLP | USA | 26 Mar 2019

The Consequences of Elections: Are Texas Courts Becoming More Employee Friendly?

Texas is still a long way from becoming California when it comes to employment law, and no one expects the Republican dominated Texas Legislature to

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Weil Gotshal & Manges LLP | USA | 25 Mar 2019

Avoiding the Other F-Word: An Anti-Reliance Clause Should Actually Disclaim Reliance on Extra-Contractual Representations Even When the Parties Agree that None Were Made

In a recent Delaware Court of Chancery opinion, Vice Chancellor Glasscock had occasion to consider the meaning of the past-tense of an expletive

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Carrington Coleman | USA | 24 Mar 2019

Opposite rulings refine scope of Texas sovereign immunity

The Texas Supreme Court issued two opinions on March 15, 2019, dealing with breach-of-contract lawsuits in which two different cities sought to have

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Kane Russell Coleman Logan PC | USA | 19 Mar 2019

Supreme Court of Texas Affirms Supremacy of Attorney-Client Privilege in Expert Discovery

Suppose a manufacturer wants to designate one of its employees to provide expert testimony about the design process in a products liability case

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