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Dram Shop Liability: Addressing the New "To Go" rules in Texas

One thing the pandemic brought to Texas that may have been a positive was the change in laws concerning alcohol sales and delivery of alcohol. In 2019, Texas, like many other states, approved new legislation allowing restaurants and bars to sell to-go […]

Michael A. Logan

Supreme Court Stays OSHA's 100+ Employee Mandate; Health Care Rule Permitted, However

“There is no crueler tyranny than that which is perpetuated under the shield of law and in the name of justice.”

“For any young democracy, the most difficult but important step is burying the legacy of tyranny and establishing an economy and a government and institutions that abide by the rule of law. Every country faces challenges to the rule of law, including my own.” -Joe Biden

Andrea Johnson

Punitive Damages in Texas Dram Shop Cases

Trial courts in Texas often deny motions for summary judgment challenging the propriety of punitive damages in Dram Shop cases, and permit exemplary damages to be awarded by juries upon a finding of gross negligence.  But is this proper? No.  […]

Subrogation Alert: Rolling Brownouts and ERCOT

The past few days have been trying ones for Texans suffering due to the loss of electric power in their homes and business.  Already we have received several subrogation assignments arising from claims involving burst water and sprinkler piping.& […]

Bankruptcy Experts: Middle Market’s ‘Day of Reckoning is Coming’

According to the article, "1,790 companies filed in Texas to restructure in 2020, making the state the most popular in the union for declaring bankruptcy." However most of these were larger companies and the bankuptcies coming are likely to […]