Archive for July 2007

The differences in representing small businesses and personal injury victims

Readers that have spent any time skimming our website know that, for the most part, our lawyers and attorneys represent individuals in personal injury litigation or small to mid-sized business in commercial litigation.  The other day, someone asked about the differences in representing each set of clients.  For the most part, there aren’t many differences. …

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Texas Injury Law Blog

Sad to say I didn’t notice it, but Blake Bailey, a Tyler personal injury lawyer and fellow member of the Texas Trial Lawyers’ Association, is once again actively posting on his Texas Injury Law Blog.  I recommend it for anyone with an interest in Texas personal injury law.  He’s got some interesting posts on whether a driver is…

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Small Businesses: Unwitting Victims of Tort Reform

We routinely represent small businesses, not only from Austin, but from all over Texas, in disputes and litigation. And it seems more common that small business owners are victims of improper conduct by larger corporations, and they are ending up in our office, seeking our advice on how to enforce their contracts or how to…

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Sanctity of the Jury Trial?

“I don’t believe my role is to replace the verdict of a jury with my own unless there are new facts or evidence of which a jury was unaware, or evidence that the trial was somehow unfair.” Those were the words of President Bush in his own autobiography (as quoted in the article, The Texas…

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