St. Mary's Law Journal
Expert Medical Testimony in Texas.
Supreme Court of Texas is without Jurisdiction to Grant a Writ of Mandamus to Direct a District Judge to Dismiss an Indictment in a Criminal Case on the Ground that Relator was Denied a Speedy Trial.
John A. Pizzitola
Residence Requirements Constitute an Invidious Discrimination Denying Applicants Equal Protection of the Laws, Violate the Due Process Clause of the Fifth Amendment, and Place a Chilling Effect on the Right of Interstate Travel.
Angelo P. Parker
The Doctrine of Charitable Immunity Does Not Bar the Suit of a Paying Patient Seeking to Recover Damages Sustained as a Result of Negligence on the Part of an Agent, Servant or Employee of a Charitable Hospital.
Oral Contract to Furnish Labor and Materials to Construct Houses to the Shell Homes Stage, Second Stage of Three Stages of F.H.A. Inspection, Was Not General Contract for Purpose of Relation Back of Mechanics' and Materialmen's Statutory Liens.
Robert Michael Clark
The Original Writ of Mandamus in the Supreme Court of Texas.
James R. Norvell and Ronald L. Sutton
Motions for Production of Documents - Texas Style .
Eugene B. Labay
Res Ipsa Loquitur in Texas: The Element of Superior Knowledge.
Harvey R. Levine
Welfare, Due Process, and the Need for Change.
V. Camp Cuthrell III
In Construing Sufficient Cause of Texas Rule of Civil Procedure 329b(5), the Requisites for Equitable Relief in a Garnishment Default Judgment Are (1) A Meritorious Defense, (2) Lack of Fault by Garnishee in Failing to Answer, (3) and Fraud or Wrongful Act of the Other Party in Preventing Garnishee from Defending the Action.
Karen J. Ruble
Provisions of Jones Act Applicable So as to Allow Recovery to Alien Seamen Injured in a United States Port on a Foreign Flag Vessel Owned and Controlled by United States Alien Domiciliaries.
Tort Claimant May Seek to Set Aside Fraudulent Conveyance Prior to Reducing His Claim to Judgment.
William H. Bingham Jr.