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Understanding Millennials Means Understanding Ourselves

Canary in a Coal Mine – Something or someone with certain sensitivities to his, her […]

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The Binding Power of a Testifying Corporate Representative

By Slater Elza In a lawsuit, the governing rules of procedure allow your opponent to […]

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Concerns When Representing a Governmental Entity

By Slater Elza An attorney representing governmental entities has an ethical obligation to know and […]

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Litigitation Attorney Slater Elza Tackles Virtual Seminars

Underwood Partner Slater C. Elza recently spoke at The Texas Association of Defense Counsel’s (“TADC”) […]

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Slater Elza Joins Association of Defense Trial Attorneys

Underwood Shareholder, Slater C. Elza, was recently invited to join the prestigious Association of Defense […]

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Post-Mortem Fraud Claim is a Health Care Liability Claim

On May 20, 2016, the Texas Supreme Court, in Christus Health Gulf Coast v. Carswell […]

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Texas Supreme Court Holds Retaliation Claim is Health Care Liability Claim

The Texas Supreme Court has again broadened the scope “health care liability claims” (HCLCs) under […]

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Texas Passes New Trade Secret Law

On May 2, 2013, Rick Perry signed into law the Texas Uniform Trade Secrets Act […]

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Proposed State Bill Requires Expedited Appeals

House Bill 3032, sponsored by Representative Ana Hernandez, would require the Texas Supreme Court to […]

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No More Need For A Notary?

Posted 04/26/2012 by John Atkins A little-known move was made by the Texas legislature effective […]

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