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Texas Appeals Court Rejects Malpractice Claim Arising from $20M Arbitration Loss

The Texas Fourth District Court of Appeals rejected a plaintiff’s attempt to revive his malpractice lawsuit; against two lawyers who previously represented him in an arbitration proceeding. Self-represented Plaintiff Missed Critical Deadline to Identify Expert Witness On August 8, 2018, the Texas Fourth District Court of Appeals in San Antonio declined to reinstate a legal malpractice lawsuit […]

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Top 3 Reasons Real Estate Agents Get Sued in Texas

Considering the details of contracts, juggling multiple clients, and handling high value properties, it is easy to see why real estate agents are vulnerable to lawsuits. Slight mistakes or compliance issues not only cost you money, time, and stress, but they can also impact your reputation. You should always discuss potential risks or questions with […]

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Protect Yourself Against Insurance Agent Liability in Texas

Insurance agents and brokers may take play different roles in the industry, but there is one common factor that they share: They are vulnerable to lawsuits by policyholders over claims because of their visibility as “middlemen,” not because they have done anything wrong under Texas Department of Insurance regulations. The threat of litigation alleging insurance […]

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Common Causes of Action Against Texas Homeowners’ Associations

Even when you are confident you are doing everything right and complying with the Texas Uniform Condominium Association Act (Act), lawsuits against Texas homeowners’ associations are more common than you expect. It is understandable that homeowners want to do everything they can to protect their valuable investment, but these claims can get stakeholders and management […]

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Director and Officer Liability

When you set up a corporation or other limited liability company in Texas, it is likely that one key motivation is being able to insulate yourself from personal liability in your role as director or officer. The Texas Business Organizations Code allows you to protect your own assets in the event that the business is […]

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