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Texas Appellate Court Addresses Free Speech in Context of Anti-SLAPP Statute: Part 2

By Shain Khoshbin – October 24, 2019 | Opinion provides good case study on impact of recent amendments to Texas anti-SLAPP statute

Texas Appellate Court Addresses Free Speech in Context of Anti-SLAPP Statute: Part 1

By Shain Khoshbin – October 1, 2019 | Opinion provides good case study on impact of recent amendments to Texas anti-SLAPP statute

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Practice Points

Five Tips for Representing a Non-Party Served with a Document Subpoena: Welcome to the Party?

By Mark A. Romance – November 29, 2019 | Federal rules concerning subpoenas to non-parties can be tricky. Do you know the rules?

Where the Only Potentially Covered Claim Is Dismissed, Can the Insurer Withdraw the Defense?

By Todd Smith – October 24, 2019 | Wisconsin appellate court finds that dismissal did not end potential for coverage or the duty to defend.

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Contract Boilerplate for Litigators Series

Read our series of articles that discuss various of the “boilerplate” provisions in the back of the contract that litigators typically wrestle with.

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Tips on Advising Commercial Landlords: Is It Worthwhile to Pursue Defaulting Tenants for Unpaid Rent?

In this Sound Advice, Jared Katz discusses six fundamental issues a lawyer advising a commercial landlord should consider when evaluating whether to sue a tenant for a default on a commercial lease.

Recent Rulings on Apportionment and the Entire Market Value Rule

By Jennifer Vanderhart | June 19, 2019 In this Sound Advice, Dr. Vanderhart discusses four recent rulings from the court of appeals for the federal circuit that addressed reasonable royalty damages calculations and the need, or not, to apportion in intellectual property cases.

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