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Justice Court – In, Out & In Between – Part I

Justice court, formerly known as small claims court in Texas, is a low cost, simple and speedy litigation process for individuals and companies to pursue legal claims for monetary damages. Although the court only resolves small disputes, a party must still be aware of the ins and outs of litigating in justice court. Who can Read More

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Common Litigation Myths Debunked! Part III

In the last segment in this series, I discussed myths surrounding settlement. This segment focuses on a myth about the discovery phase of litigation. Myth #3: Discovery is just an expensive waste of time. Of the several aspects of litigation that clients find the most irksome, the discovery process may top the list. Discovery is Read More

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Common Litigation Myths Debunked! Part II

In Part I of this series, I addressed the myth that lawyers must respond aggressively in all aspects of litigation to be effective. Now I want to focus on a related myth: that settlement connotes either weakness or liability. Myth #2: If you settle, it is probably because you were going to lose at trial. Read More

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