By Kristen Bates | Published April 9, 2020 | |
In March, when Governor Abbott declared a state of emergency in Texas, part of the declaration recommended that all non-essential court proceedings be suspended and that in-court appearance be discouraged in non-emergency situations. The declaration has left courts across the state scrambling to determine if, and how, to continue non-essential court proceedings. On March 13, Read MoreRead More
YOU’VE BEEN #SERVED Since 2013, the Texas Rules of Civil Procedure has seen a number of changes, including rules aimed at avoiding delays, limits on discovery, and the elimination of frivolous cases early in the litigation process. Texas attorneys even have the option to save time and money by serving certain court documents via email. Read MoreRead More
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