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By Paul Hammer
On September 27, 2019, three years after Congress passed PROMESA and two years after the most severe Hurricane in more than 100 years devastated Puerto Rico
By Ashley Veitenheimer
The MCS-90 endorsement is one means by which an interstate motor carrier can demonstrate compliance with minimum financial requirements established by federal statute and regulations.
By Paul Hammer
A fundamental rule in bankruptcy proceedings is that prepetition claims are not paid without a plan or separate order of the bankruptcy court.
By Emily Green
Texas Rule of Civil Procedure 683 requires that "[e]very order granting an injunction . . . shall set forth the reasons for its issuance;
By Jeff Novel
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau ("CFPB") issued its final rule setting forth amendments and clarifications to mortgage servicing regulations on August 4, 2016.
By Paul Hammer
When a creditor is notified that a debtor has filed for bankruptcy, the creditor should be careful to determine whether it needs to file a Proof of Claim in the case
By Thomas Ciarlone Jr.
In the latest episode of our energy law podcast, we discuss troubling developments at the intersection of class actions and consumer protection laws in royalty underpayment cases
By Paul Hammer
The Federal Arbitration Act, 9 U.S.C. §§ 1-307, represents a federal policy in favor of enforcing arbitration clauses. The Supreme Court has held that courts are generally obligated to enforce
By Thomas Ciarlone Jr.
The Texas Supreme Court, beginning in 2017, began issuing a number of decisions altering the analysis for the interpretation of oil-and-gas agreements
By Thomas Ciarlone Jr.
Last year, I wrote about Pennsylvania's departure from Texas on the law surrounding trespass by hydraulic fracturing. As first stated in Coastal Oil & Gas Corp. v. Garza Energy Trust, 268 S.W.3d 1
By Paul Hammer
Whether it's a client in financial difficulty or a client pursuing the collection of assets or debts owed, insolvency issues play a prominent role for federal practitioners with commercial and general
By Thomas Ciarlone Jr.
I have written previously about class certification in the oil patch. Frequently the emphasis is around whether the putative class can satisfy Rule 23's commonality and predominance requirements.
By Drew Robertson
Both federal and Texas state law favor arbitration as a method of dispute resolution. Generally speaking, the Federal Arbitration Act (FAA)
By Johnathan Jordan
The esports industry recently experienced its first significant (and high-profile) legal dispute when Turner Tenney, known in the gaming community as "Tfue," sued his gaming organization, FaZe Clan.
By Johnathan Jordan
Texas Lawbook recently published an article by KRCL attorney Johnathan Jordan entitled "Gamer's Lawsuit Highlights Issues in Esport Player Contracts."