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Patently Unpredictable? Patent Venue Laws After TC Heartland & In Re Cray

Venue for patent infringement cases is governed by 28 U.S.C. § 1400(b), which states that patent infringement suits can be brought in the judicial district (1) where the defendant resides or (2) where the defendant has committed acts of infringement […]

Enforcing a Non-Compete Injunction Could Require Disclosing Your Customer List

Texas Rule of Civil Procedure 683 requires that "[e]very order granting an injunction . . . shall set forth the reasons for its issuance; shall be specific in terms; shall describe in reasonable detail and not by reference to the complaint or other […]

Director Michael Logan Authors Article for The Texas Lawbook

KRCL Director Michael Logan has authored an article for The Texas Lawbook that explores the implications of the recent expansion of AmLaw 200 firms into the Texas legal market.  The article, which was published on July 16, 2018, is titled "Even in Texas […]

Transportation Law Update: A Primer On The MCS-90 Endorsement

The MCS-90 endorsement is one means by which an interstate motor carrier can demonstrate compliance with minimum financial requirements established by federal statute and regulations. The application of this endorsement by the courts, however, has caused […]

Why Force Majeure Provisions Deserve Your Attention

In light of multiple recent natural disasters that have taken place, it is important to understand the impact of a poorly drafted force majeure provision. Force majeure concerns are most likely to arise due to partial performance, delayed performance […]

Limiting Third-Party Claims through Controlled Insurance Programs

All owners and general contractors are familiar with the scenario where the employee of a subcontractor is injured while working on a large construction project. The subcontractor is generally a workers’ compensation subscriber and, therefore, immune […]