Friday, January 20, 2017

Top Ten From Texas Bar Today: Infringement, Intensifiers, and Office Betting

Originally published by Teri Rodriguez.

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.

10. Opinions: Violent Kidnappers Don’t Get Possession & AccessMatthew A. Knox of Laura Dale & Associates, P.C. @DaleFamilyLaw in Houston

9. ‘As Seen on TV’ Companies Sue Amazon for Trademark InfringementAaron Davidson of Klemchuk LLP @K_LLP in Dallas

8. US Supreme Court Will Decide Legality of Class Action Waivers in Arbitration AgreementsJordan Faykus & Georgia Jolink of Baker & McKenzie @bakermckenzie in Houston

7. Super Bowl Office Betting – Does it Cross the Line?Cleve Clinton of Gray Reed & McGraw @GrayReedLaw in Dallas

6. U.S. Supreme Court Clarifies Insider Trading RulesHarry Bartel of Cantey Hanger LLP in Fort Worth

5. Court may construe a will before it is admitted to probate – J. Michael Young of Sanders, O’Hanlon, Motley & Young @JMichaelYoung1 in Sherman

4. Intensifiers Part 2: Replace and SpecifyWayne Schiess, Director of the David J. Beck Center for Legal Research, Writing, and Appellate Advocacy at the University of Texas School of Law @UTexasLaw in Austin

3. Fifth Circuit Reverses Summary Judgment – Thomas J. Crane of Law Office of Thomas J. Crane @tomjcrane in San Antonio

2. Texas Family Code 156.101(a)(1), What is a material and substantial change? – Robert Guest of Guest & Gray @Guest_and_Gray in Forney

1. Denbury v. Texas Rice: Clarifying the Test for Common Carrier Status, Power of Eminent DomainAustin Brister of McGinnis Lochridge @mcginnislaw in Houston

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

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