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Texas Supreme Court Weighs In on Attorney Immunity (in the Electronic/Wiretap Evidence Context)

  All Texas lawyers who are sworn-in by a judge after passing the Texas bar exam agree to “zealously represent their clients.” The degree and scope of that zealousness is not unlimited, however, and sometimes attorneys can get into trouble [...]

By |2022-06-22T15:12:50-05:00June 22, 2022|Appellate, Commercial Litigation|

Creditors Precluded from Collaterally Pursuing Claims Against Third Party/Guarantor, if Treated/Released in Confirmed Re-Org Plan

  In New Falls Corp. v. LaHaye (In re LaHaye), No. 19-30795 (5th Cir. Nov. 12, 2021), the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals prevented a secured lender from pursuing individual guarantors on a claim that had been partially released in [...]

By |2022-05-18T08:45:52-05:00May 18, 2022|Bankruptcy|
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