Stadium in the evening in full light before the match.

Introduction. The Fan Expo, LLC sued the NFL for tortious interference with Fan Expo’s contract with Electronic Arts, Inc. (EA). The trial court granted the NFL’s motion for summary judgment and rendered a take nothing judgment against Fan Expo leading

Introduction. The case of  Rhormoos Venture v. UTSW DVA Healthcare, LLP, addressed the issue of whether a tenant is legally permitted to terminate a commercial lease based upon the landlord’s material breach of the lease. 16-0006, 2019 WL 1873428 (Tex. Apr. 26, 2019). The court reviewed its prior decisions on this issue and

Introduction. Preston Marshall, Appellant V. Ribosome L.P, is an interesting trust and limited partnership dispute involving the descendants of Texas oilman J. Howard Marshall II. 01-18-00108-CV, 2019 WL 2041062 (Tex. App.—Houston [1st Dist.] May 9, 2019, no pet. h.). The trial court granted a summary judgment against Preston Marshall on his claims against Ribosome

Introduction. The San Antonio Court of Appeals has held that a property owner’s personal injury premises defect claim sounded in negligence rather than premises liability, even though the injuries were not caused by a contemporaneous activity of the contractor allegedly at fault. Arredondo v. Techserv Consulting & Training, Ltd., 567 S.W.3d 383 Tex. App.—San

Lawsuits involving alleged violations by former employees of non-competition agreements are often hotly contested and involve injunctive relief. These cases can be challenging for the employer to obtain relief because covenants not to compete are governed by statutory law requiring these restrictive covenants to be reasonable as to time, geographical area, and scope of activity

“It is cheaper to kill a mare than it is to cripple her.”  This was considered the law in Texas until the recent Texas Supreme Court decision of J & D Towing, LLC v. Am. Alternative Ins. Corp., 478 S.W.3d 649, 652 (Tex. 2016) involving the question of first impression before the Texas Supreme Court

In Texas, a plaintiff filing a lawsuit pertaining to a construction project for damages arising out of the provision of services by licensed design professionals such as architects or engineers, must file an affidavit by a competent expert with the lawsuit supporting the claims against these professionals. Otherwise, the lawsuit will be dismissed.

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Introduction. The Texas Supreme Court recently reversed another multi-million dollar business fraud verdict in Mercedes-Benz USA, LLC v. Carduco, Inc., 16-0644, 2019 WL 847845, at *1 (Tex. Feb. 22, 2019). The court found that the underlying contract between the parties negated the fraud claim.

Background. In this case, Carduco, Inc. entered into

Introduction. The Texas Supreme Court has now held that contractual limitation of liability clauses barring  a party’s right to recover punitive damages are enforceable, even if one of the parties to the contract commits fraud.  Bombardier Aerospace Corp. v. SPEP Aircraft Holdings, LLC, 17-0578, 2019 WL 406075, at *8 (Tex. Feb. 1, 2019)

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