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"Snap" To It When Your Company Is Sued In State Court
A procedural maneuver known as "snap removal" can allow a defendant to remove such a case in certain situations.
United States
9 Nov 2018
Sometimes Two Meetings Aren't Better Than None: The Texas Supreme Court Clarifies The Circumstances Giving Rise To Personal Jurisdiction
In its recent opinion M&F Worldwide Corp. et al. v. Pepsi-Cola Metropolitan Bottling Company, Inc., the Texas Supreme Court clarified that a nonresident defendant's presence in the State of Texas...
United States
13 Apr 2017
Federal Circuit Sends Back Overbroad Preliminary Injunction Order
Procedural Posture: Defendants/accused infringers appealed preliminary injunction order. CAFC affirmed in part, vacated and remanded in part.
United States
17 Feb 2017
Recent Amendments To Federal Rules Of Civil Procedure
Over the course of the last two decades, the cost of litigation has grown exponentially, in large part due to the cost of e-discovery resulting from the abundance of electronically stored information.
United States
22 Dec 2015
New Statute To Provide Increased Protection For Defendants Asked To Produce Discovery Of Net Worth Data
This morning a new statute goes into effect that will alter the procedure in Texas and provide increased protection for defendants who are asked to produce discovery of net worth data in connection with claims for exemplary damages.
United States
7 Sep 2015
Sumption To Think About: A War About Illegality In The Supreme Court
Not long before the turn of the last century, the courts' approach to the illegality defence was by way of the Ďpublic conscience' test.
30 Jul 2015
Pleadings: Please, Please Tell Me Now, Is There Something I Should Know?
The commercial world generates enormous amounts of information. Transactions produce great quantities of documentation, helped by the incontinent use of email and electronic communication.
6 May 2015
Go Ahead, Make My Day: Adverse Costs Orders For Refusal To Engage With ADR
Most disputes are capable of solution through a suitable alternative dispute resolution process. It remains the most efficient and cost effective way to resolve outstanding issues between parties to litigation.
6 May 2015
Frozen: Donít Let It Go
One of the most effective and draconian powers of the English courts is the freezing order.
9 Jan 2015
Thatís A Relief (Interim): The English Courtís Approach In Arbitrations
Arbitral tribunals often have the power to grant interim or provisional measures pending final determination of the dispute before them.
28 Jul 2014
The Appellate Record Blog: And The Winner Is . . .
The Supreme Court of Texas is meeting in conference today, August 15. It's the first conference in a while, given the summer court schedule.
United States
18 Aug 2013
Going Vinny
I saw an interesting item in the Wall Street Journal Law Blog today.
United States
31 Oct 2012
The Appellate Record Blog: Dale Carnegie, Esq.
What is the object of filing something with a court? Why do we do it? Silly question, right?
United States
22 Oct 2012
The Appellate Record Blog: Right Is Simple
Michael Delaney had been sentenced to death for desertion from his Colorado regiment. Delaney was no coward and no scofflaw.
United States
22 Aug 2012
Hail To The Chief: In The Interest Of E.R.
You know, I hear all the time about what a great advocate and Supreme Court practitioner Chief Justice Roberts was.
United States
18 Jul 2012
The Appellate Record Blog - Tell Me A Story - PLEASE
In case you missed it, we here at the Appellate Record continue to span the globe of legal writing and criticism.
United States
9 Jul 2012
The Appellate Record Blog: UTCLE Supreme Court Update
You have come to the right place to get the 2012 Supreme Court update to be presented at the UT Conference on State and Federal Appeals.
United States
11 Jun 2012
The Bureaucrat's Grammarian: A Trilogy
Three times this month, the Supreme Court has released opinions in which it was called upon to determine whether a federal agency's construction of its own bailiwick was reasonable.
United States
6 Jun 2012
The Appellate Record Blog: Words You Can't Say In Court
Here at the Appellate Record, we'd like to apologize for the last week. The practice of law has really interfered with the whole blogging thing.
United States
27 Apr 2012
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