What Happens During a Deposition?

What Happens During a Deposition?

Whether you are a plaintiff, defendant, or just a witness who received a subpoena to testify in the mail, a deposition is serious business. You may be wondering, can I refuse to give a deposition in Texas? The answer is yes, but under the risk of contempt of court. The Texas Rules of Civil Procedure,

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Reasons for Reversal in the Texas Court of Appeals

Reasons for Reversal in the Texas Court of Appeals

Like many other states and the United States federal courts, the State of Texas has a three-tiered court system. In the Texas court structure, there are district/county courts, appeals courts, and a state supreme court. Specifically, at the appellate level (the middle level), there are fourteen separate courts of appeals with jurisdiction over both civil

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Fundamental Elements of Contract and Business Dispute Litigation

Fundamental Elements of Contract and Business Dispute Litigation

Breach of contract claims, along with tort claims and equitable claims, are one of the most common types of civil lawsuits. Individuals, a sole proprietorship, corporations, limited liability companies, limited companies, limited partnerships, nonprofit organizations, subsidiaries, joint ventures, public companies, joint-stock companies, unlimited companies and even schools can all file or be...

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