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  • Supreme Court reverses trial court's grant of summary judgment based on the plaintiff's spoliation of evidence; Court examined factors to be considered in such cases and concluded that summary judgment was not warranted in this case.

  • Court of Civil Appeals grants mandamus relief and holds that trial court abused its discretion by ordering paternity testing for presumed father; presumed father's actual paternity was irrelevant to issues in this case.


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Ethical Implications of Social Media for Attorneys

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Wednesday, February 13, 2019
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Wednesday, February 27, 2019
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