Friday, March 4, 2016

Top 10 from Texas Bar Today: Division Orders, Hypothetical Conversations, and Post-Production Deductions

Originally published by Joanna Herzik.

To highlight some of the posts that stand out from the crowd, the editors of Texas Bar Today have created a list from the week’s blog posts of the top ten based on subject matter, writing style, headline, and imagery. We hope you enjoy this installment.

Top Ten10. Judge declares “Cyberstalking a Serious Crime”Peter Vogel @PeterSVogel of Gardere Wynne Sewell LLP in Dallas

9. Another Court Holds That Texas Has Not Recognized A Tortious Interference With Inheritance ClaimDavid Fowler Johnson @TXFiduciaryLit of Winstead PC in Fort Worth

8. One Tough Privilege: Medical Peer ReviewKen Carroll of Carrington Coleman Sloman & Blumenthal LLP in Dallas

7. New Decision Clarifies Failure to Use Seat Belt’s Effect On LawsuitBill Berenson @LawyerFortWorth of Berenson Law in Fort Worth

6. Post-Production Deductions RevisitedCharles Sartain of Gray Reed & McGraw @GrayReedLaw in Dallas

5. Division Orders – How Do I Know My Decimal Interest is Right?John McFarland of Graves Dougherty Hearon & Moody @GravesDougherty in Austin

4. Fifth Circuit Engages in Hypothetical ConversationThomas J. Crane @tomjcrane of Law Office of Thomas J. Crane of San Antonio

3. Best Chinese Food in AustinMichelle Cheng @foodiethenew40 of Whitehurst Harkness Brees Cheng Alsaffar & Higginbotham PLLC in Austin

2. Leap Year LitigationKyle White of Gallivan, White & Boyd, P.A. @GWBLawFirm

1. Copyright infringement may have helped pave way for blockbuster movie Deadpool – Ryan Jones of Klemchuk LLP @K_LLP in Dallas

Curated by Texas Bar Today. Follow us on Twitter @texasbartoday.

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